Skin appendages/skin tags
What is a skin appendage?
- Skin appendages are small, brown or flesh-colored growths of the skin, which usually constrict in the approach of the skin.
- Skin appendages are soft flaps of the skin that vary in size from very small to the size of a pencil eraser. They do not cause pain unless they are twisted, inflamed or irritated.
- Skin appendages usually occur on hot and moist skin surfaces or on a skin area that is often rubbed. They usually appear around the neck, under the arms, under the breasts, in the groin and on the inside of the upper thigh area. The reason why skin processes develop there is not known.
Removal of skin appendages and skin tags
LeaLea also removes skin appendages! The application process is similar to removing a birthmark. For a long-appendage skin, all you have to do is treat the flap of the skin.More information on the application and effect