I have ALWAYS been self-conscious of my skin tags. I have a few around my body — one near my armpit, two at the juncture of my shoulder and neck. My grandma has them and so does my mom, so they must be genetic.
Now that I’m older, I don’t mind them quite so much, but when I was younger and dating, I felt so uncomfortable with them all the time. I worried that other people thought they were warts or evidence of skin cancer. It got to the point that I’d hardly ever wear tank tops or low-cut shirts because I was so self-conscious.
The point is, I always thought I’d have them forever. But a few weeks ago, I was talking to a friend about them — complaining really — and she told me that she used to have a few skin tags as well before she tried Tag Away. Now they are completely gone.
I was FLABBERGASTED by this. I thought the only way to have them removed was to go to a dermatologist and have them professionally frozen or burned off. I never pursued these options for a couple of reasons. First of all, they scare the heck out of me. They just sound so painful! It might be just an extra bit of skin, but it’s still MY skin, and having it burned off with either intense cold or electricity has just always been too scary for me.
And second of all, my insurance would never cover the procedure, since it’s purely for cosmetic purposes. So that was always way out of my range of affordability.
But then my friend introduced me to Tag Away and everything changed. I used it for eight weeks and all of my tags are GONE. Ever since I was a young woman, I never thought this would happen. I’m writing this review because I want so many others to benefit the way I have.
Tag Away comes in the same little dropper bottles that essential oils come in. You lightly soak a Q-tip and apply it to your skin tags three times a day. After three to eight weeks, your tags should go away.
For me, it took the full eight weeks, but I’m sure that it varies depending on personal factors like skin type and genetics. Besides, I still felt like eight weeks was absolutely nothing compared to how long I’ve lived with my skin tags.
What really drew me to Tag Away is the fact that this solution is fully homeopathic. No unnatural chemicals or intense medical procedures, no worrying if this treatment was going to give me cancer down the line, or terrible side effects. Everything in it comes straight from Mother Nature.
Maybe I’m a bit paranoid, but I have friends who have had terrible experiences with traditional medicine, and I like to go homeopathic as much as I can. I use essential oils to treat headaches and insomnia and I use natural deodorant and natural mosquito repellent. It has always worked well for me, and I feel that I’m respecting and protecting both my body and the earth by using these more natural products.
With Tag Away, I had the same sense of comfort in the ingredients. According to the packaging, it contains Thuja occidentalis, cedar leaf oil, Melaleuca alternifolia leaf oil, and Ricinus communis seed oil. All naturally occurring leaf oils and seed oils that I’d much rather apply to my skin than something with a million ingredients all created in a factory. And besides all of that, it WORKS — my skin tags shrunk and then vanished completely. So clearly there’s something to the homeopathic method.
Tag Away also smells really good. Sometimes, you have to put up with the funky smell of skincare products. I’ll never forget the Vitamin C serum I ordered that smelled like straight-up hotdog water. I put up with it because I’d spent a decent amount of money on it, but I definitely didn’t want to order it again. With this product, I kind of had to prevent myself from applying it more than three times a day because I liked the smell so much.
In fact, applying Tag Away sort of became a self-care ritual for me in the eight weeks that I used it. I worked it into my skincare routine, and it was soothing. It felt like I was doing something not just to improve my skin and my physical appearance, but to improve my self-confidence and happiness as well.
I’ve had no scarring or any recurrence of my skin tags since they fell off. As best as I can tell, they’re gone for good. The removal process also didn’t hurt at all, which was super important to me, since pain was a major reason I didn’t have them medically removed in a doctor’s office.
It felt like I was applying moisturizer or some sort of serum, and I didn’t physically notice the fact that they were drying up and vanishing. I didn’t even feel it when they fell off. I’d give Tag Away a 10 out of 10 as far as lack of pain and seamlessness goes.
If you’re health-conscious like me, one important thing to know is that Tag Away hasn’t been approved by the FDA. I actually don’t think any essential oils have (Thuja occidentalis, the main ingredient in this, is an essential oil.) So if you’re used to using essential oils, supplements, and other health products that haven’t been approved by the FDA, you’ll be fine. But, just an FYI. It’s something I would probably want to know.
A little more info about me, so you can decide if Tag Away is for you: I have naturally oily skin, and actually went through a bit of an adult acne phase a few years ago. My skin tags are definitely genetic, since, like I mentioned, my grandma and my mom also had them. I take really good care of my skin — retinol, SPF, all of that. And it took eight weeks for my skin tags to vanish after using Tag Away.
I can’t guarantee that Tag Away will work for you, of course. Everyone’s skin is different. But now I know two people that this worked for — myself and my friend, who originally recommended it to me. Personally, I think it’s worth the money. Otherwise, you’re going to be out hundreds of dollars (maybe even more) at the doctor’s office.
Plus, there’s a 30-day money-back guarantee, so if you try it out and see no results after 30 days, you can return it and get your money back. I always feel good about buying products with a good money-back guarantee — it’s like having a trial period to test the product for free! So with that in mind and the super reasonable price point, I found this to be well worth the money. I’m so glad I never shelled out on having my skin tags medically removed.
There’s no need to suffer and feel self-conscious about your skin tags any longer. In just a couple of months, you can remove them yourself at home with Tag Away. I’ve never felt more confident or happier in my own skin, and I want to share the magic with everyone else. This product is amazing.
There are no reviews