Skin tags are non-cancerous skin growths that often look like tiny mushrooms.
They are more common for individuals over the age of 50.
Where do skin tags occur?
Skin tags can grow on any area of the body, but are most frequently found on the neck and armpits.
Even though skin tags are not dangerous, many people opt to have them removed
The most common skin tag removal treatments include:
Excision of the skin tag
Cryotherapy: the skin tag is frozen using liquid nitrogen
Cauterization, or burning, is done to remove the unwanted tissue.