Skin tags are benign growths that contain collagen, a type of protein found throughout the body, and blood vessels. It’s possible for a cancerous growth to be mistaken for a skin tag. Skin tags generally stay small, while skin cancers can grow large and can often bleed and ulcerate.
Have your doctor check out any growth that bleeds or has different colors on it.
Who gets skin tags?
Anyone can develop a skin tag. About 46 percent of people in the UK have skin tags. They tend to be most common in people who undergo hormonal changes, such as pregnancy, as well as those who have metabolic disorders. While skin tags can occur at any age, they seem to appear more frequently in adults who are 60 years or older.
Discomfort and irritation are among the most common reasons for skin tag removal. However, skin tags are rarely painful unless they’re constantly rubbing against the folds of your skin. They can also affect your confidence, which Jane can easily resolve for you!
Small skin tags are £35 each to remove.
Large skin tags are £50 each to remove.
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