A cluster of skin tags on groin folds are a common problem for many people both in male and female. Skin tags on groin are an excess growth of the skin on either or both sides of the groin. Though they are harmless, they are embarrassing for both men and women, especially if they are sexually active. This is because the other partner/spouse may mistakenly think it to be STD. Skin tags are loose hanging tissues with the base attached to the groin skin, they have soft and appeared wrinkled, and are not cancerous. Medically they are called acrochordons, skin tags on the groin can appear at any age, but they are more common after thirty years of age. There are many professional ways cluster of skin tags can be treated by doctors such as freezing them off, tying them, laser treatment or burning them off with electrocautery, which is usually expensive. The good news is that some best treatment can now be performed safely at home by you without any side effects, 100% safe and that is the purpose of this article.
Groin folds skin tags treatment at home
There are various ways of removing cluster of skin tags on groin yourself without any side effects using natural means. They are:
Apple Cider Vinegar:
It is one of the best ways of treating skin tags because of its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory proper
Procedure – wash and dry the area around the cluster of skin tags, Soak the skin tag with warm water until it becomes soft, apply some apple cider vinegar to a cotton ball and then apply to the bump. You can hold the cotton ball in place for up to 20 minutes for proper penetration. Repeat the process three (3) times a day until the tag dries off.
Note: Do not use apple cider vinegar to treat skin tags located near your eyes.
Garlic: This is an excellent method of treating skin tags; It has antibacterial, antiviral, anti-fungal, and also has anti-inflammatory properties. The juice from a crushed clove of garlic is capable of removing both warts and skin tags naturally within a very short period of time.
Procedure – crush one clove of garlic to get the juice, soak it up with a cotton ball. Apply it to the skin tag and cover with a bandage to hold it on the spot. Leave overnight, remove and wash it off in the morning to eliminate garlic’s pungent odor. Repeat the process every two-night in order to reduce the risk of skin irritations, continue the process until the skin tag falls off.
Tea Tree Oil: Using this method of treating cluster of skin tag naturally is also very good and effective. It is very acidic nature and has a natural antiseptic which helps protect the skin after the skin tag has been removed.
Procedure – soak a Q-tip with tea tree oil, using a Q-tip will not allow the tea tree oil to come in contact with the skin around the tag because of those who have sensitive skin to avoid skin irritation. Apply to the skin tag three times a day, hold it in place for 10 minutes. For those who have sensitive skin, mix the tea tree oil with coconut oil before applying it to the skin tag. This may extend your treatment time.
Castor Oil & Baking Soda: both baking soda and castor oil are one of the best home remedies for treating skin tags; they have good exfoliating properties which help in removing moles and skin tags.
Procedures – To apply, mix both castor oil and baking soda together very well to form a thick paste. Apply the paste on the skin tag, cover to hold for better penetration and Leave it overnight. Wash off with warm water in the next morning and Repeat the same process for about two (2) weeks until the skin tag shrinks and totally vanishes. Note that if you experience skin irritation while using this method of skin tags treatment, discontinue using it and choose other suitable methods of skin tags treatment.
Aspirin: aspirin has an acid called acetylsalicylic acid which is good for shrinking and drying off skin tags on the skin.
Procedure– Simply crush an aspirin tablet to powder form and mix with a little bit of water to form a thick paste. Use the paste on the skin tag and cover with it a duct tape. Leave overnight before washing it off, repeat the same process until the skin tags shrink and fade off.
Using Dandelion Juice: The juice is one of the effective ways of skin tags treatment at home, because of its richness in vitamins and mineral content, which helps in breaking down and removing any excess skin tissue
Procedure – get a fresh dandelion, pull it off from the ground, and squeeze the root gently to extract its juice. Apply 2-3 drops of the juice to the skin tag. Use it three (3) times a day. Continue the treatment for 3 weeks for effective treatment.
Using Coconut Oil: The oil is rich in lauric acid and has very powerful anti-microbial properties which help in killing viruses, bacteria, etc. and dissolves their cellular walls
Procedure – Rub the coconut oil into the skin tags every night before you go to bed, and the skin tags should reduce greatly, or even disappear within a few weeks.
You can also remove skin wart with Coconut oil using the same procedure.
Using Oregano Oil: it has an excellent anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties which greatly helps in removing several skin conditions such as skin tags etc.
Procedure– Simply dilute oregano oil with a carrier oil such as sweet almond or jojoba oil etc. to avoid skin redness and irritation. Apply the mixture oil directly to your skin tag three (3) times a day. Allow drying before you cover with a bandage. Repeat the same process every day until the skin tags dry and fade out. This treatment usually takes a month.
Note: Do not use this treatment method near your eyes.
Using lemon juice: Lemon juice has excellent antiseptic property and citric acid which can help to dry out skin tags.
Procedure – get a half cut of a fresh lemon and soak the juice to a cotton ball and apply it directly to the skin tag and leave to dry on it. Repeat the process three (3) a day until the skin tags shrink off.
General Tip For Groin Skin Tags Treatment at Home.
If you have experience using any of the above methods, kindly share your experience in the comment box and possible suggestions are also welcome.
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