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What is a
Skin Tag?

How to Identify a Skin Tag

Skin tags are small, growths that tend to be the same color as your skin. They often look like a cluster of skin tissue extending out from a tiny stem. Most skin tags are between 1-5 mm, but some can grow as large as a few centimeters. Skin tags typically appear as people age. A tendency to develop skin tags may run in families. often they develop after weight gain or pregnancy. They are harmless, and can be removed if they become unsightly, irritated by frequently rubbing against jewelry, clothing, or seat belt.
Skin tags occur when the body produces extra cells in the skin’s top layers. They tend to form in skin folds and areas where natural movement causes the skin to rub against itself. Skin tags appear most often in skin folds of the neck, armpits, beneath the breasts or in the genital region.

It’s easy to move or wiggle a skin tag back and forth and has a characteristic appearance that is soft, easily movable, skin-colored  and usually attached to the skin surface by a stalk.

Examples of Common Skin Tag Appearance

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