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Skin Tags

A skin tag is a small benign tumour that forms primarily in areas where the skin forms creases, such as the neck, armpit, and groin. They may also occur on the face, sometimes on the eyelids.

How To Remove Skin Tags Naturally

How To Remove Skin Tags Naturally

How To Remove Skin Tags Naturally

Skin tags can be both unsightly as well as painful to remove.

We have discovered that our natural skin care products remove skin tags in a natural, gentle way. No pain and now nice clean, soft, gentle skin thanks to Syrinx Za products.

So, if you suffer from skin tags, give Syrinx Za ago and see the results yourself.

We recommend you use our Derma Protector Balm and the Deep Cleanse and Detoxifying Soap Bar everyday to get the result.

Client Testimonial:

“I have what used to be an unsightly, “dangling” skin tag on my neck but since using the Syrinx Za soap for the last few weeks it has now disappeared almost completely and is no longer an embarrassment to me.
I started to use the Syrinx ZA soap for my allergy towards dogs and cats, and from the go I used the soap as a one-stop in the shower product for all-over cleansing, washing my hair and even shaving with the lather because my dry skin was costing me a fortune in separate big-brand products for different dry and allergic skin problems.
It never crossed my mind that the soap was having an effect on my skin tag until my wife mentioned it seemed to have disappeared.”
Mick Say – Kent – UK

Use Syrinx Za skin care range to remove skin tags naturally.

Tried and Tested Skin Tag Treatment

Skin Tag RemovalSkin tags are also known as the rather scary word acrochordons but are actually usually far from scary. Mostly they are harmless and do not even need to be removed but they can be, “naturally” using a tried and tested skin tag treatment.

Skin tags are non-cancerous tumours that form where the skin creases, creating this extra piece of dangling, unsightly skin.

What do skin tags look like?

Skin tags are small, soft flesh colours growths that look like a dangling piece of skin. The size can vary too from 2mm right up to 5cm; however the largest size isn’t very common.    How many you get can vary from 1 – 100s. Anyone of any age or weight can get skin tags but they are said to be more common in people over 50 or those that are overweight.

Where do skin tags appear?

As we said previously skin tags usually appear where skin rubs together such as the neck, the armpits in the groin but also on top of eyelids.

Are skin tags contagious?

Unlike warts or verrucae there is nothing to suggest that skin tags are contagious.

Removing Skin Tags

Skin tags can be removed in a surgical procedure where they are cut off, burned off or frozen off by a GP.   Do not attempt to cut off skin tags yourself as they can bleed a lot especially if the are large growths.

Philip Richard Syrinx Za Chairman explains his experiences with the product on his own skin tags.

Syrinx ZA have a natural tried and tested skin tag treatment that is harmless and not at all painful, it does take time and patience but eventually the skin tag just disappears.

Please read the skin tag removal page for the skin tag treatment regime.


Skin Tag Remover

skin tag removerThey say in order to love ourselves we need to love our body. Let’s face it, that can be a difficult task, when we don’t have what is classed as the perfect body.

So, why am I talking about Skin Tag Remover? Well, there is always some part of our body we want to change, usually because we see models or actors or actresses in the media and they seem to look perfect but guess what, they too have the same problems and feelings as us.

Feel Good About Your Body

There are some simple changes we can make, without breaking the bank or having to sign up for surgery. We can eat well, get exercise each day, get enough sleep and… we can get rid of those nasty, unsightly, embarrassing bits of hanging skin called Skin Tags and all we need is a Skin Tag Remover. No pain, no chemicals, definitely not steroids, and no sharp knives just a natural skincare remedy. Its little things like skin tags that are just annoying and do not need to be there. Feeling good about our body will help our self-esteem and all we really only need is to do is make a few simple changes to our body inside and out.

Why Do We Get Skin Tags

Skin tags are perfectly harmless 99% of the time and very common. Around 60% of the population have had one or more skin tags.  Anyone of any age can develop skin tags but it does seem more common with people who might be a bit plump or people over the age of 50. As with most skin conditions there isn’t really a known cause.  It is thought that these soft lumps of tissue called skin tags appear when your skin rubs against more skin or clothing, over a period of time.

Where Do We Get Skin Tags

Common places to find skin tags are on the neck, the armpits, under breasts and sometimes they appear on eyelids too.   The skin tags that are on the neck or eyelids are particularly embarrassing and they are most difficult to hide and they can get caught in jewellery or clothing.

Skin Tag Remover

To remove skin tags with our natural skin tag remover is very simple…

Using the Deep Cleanser Therapy Bar; create a rich lather – use the bar to scrub against the skin tag allowing the lather to spread over the area. Leave the lather to dry and leave on overnight.  In the morning rinse and repeat these techniques except this time just leave the lather on for as long as possible and hopefully this will be the only skin tag remover you will ever need.


Are Skin Tags Dangerous?

Image of Skin Tags on the NeckSo, you have a skin tag. But what exactly does that mean?

Skin tags come from a root stalk of cells that grows out of the skin and takes form in a growth, often skin coloured and varying in size. They can appear just about anywhere on the body although are most commonly found in the folds of skin such as armpits, eyelids and behind the knees.

What are the risks of Skin Tags

Generally speaking, no, skin tags are not dangerous.

That is because most skin tags are benign and will never become a problem, more a mere inconvenience. Many people believe that skin tags can be cancerous but this is incredibly unlikely.

The most trouble that benign skin tags can bring you is chafing or catching on your clothing, which can cause pain, discomfort and bleeding. Once pulled off, it is quite unlikely the skin tag will grow back, but you may be left with slight scarring. In fact, for many people they accidentally pull a skin tag off without even knowing it was there in the first place.

While health problems are very rare when it comes to skin tags, they may well indicate an underlying issue. Skin tags that appear in large numbers could point towards diabetes or an insulin problem, so it’s worth taking a trip to your local GP to find out if this is a possibility for you.

Complications with skin tags can often arise if you choose to have them surgically removed for cosmetic purposes. Where the surgery has torn the skin can provide an access point for bacteria and therefore cause an infection. Before you have any form of surgery, it is important to find out whether your suspected skin tag is actually a skin tag – moles and other skin growths should be treated in a very different way to skin tags and may react differently if removed, causing riskier complications.

How can I treat them

The Syrinx Za Therapy Bar has been found to be extremely effective in the natural removal of skin tags without the need for surgery and any complications it may bring.

Simply use the soap every morning and night for a minimum of two weeks to see results. When you use the bar create a thick lather and then use the bar to scrub the skin tag. Leave the lather on the skin to dry naturally (about 30 minutes) to allow it time to work.

To learn more about treating skin tags, visit Skin Tag Removal


Skin Tag Causes

Image of Skin TagsSo, skin tags. Chances are you’ve probably had at least one or two in your life. And chances are you’ve not considered them the most attractive thing to happen to your skin. But what exactly are skin tags?

Generally speaking, a skin tag may appear as a small soft bump that can appear anywhere on the skin. Over time, the skin tag can grow and turn into a flesh-coloured bit of skin that connects to the skin by a small stalk. It remains soft, however, so is usually quite easy to move back and forth (if you so wish!)

What symptoms can Skin Tags Cause?

The good thing about skin tag symptoms is they are more often than not completely painless. As with most skin conditions though, skin tags can become irritated if they are touched or rubbed too much. So if you have one on an area where clothes are likely to rub against it, such as the back, then you may find it does become quite sore.
Another factor that may cause a skin tag to become painful is if the stalk becomes twisted. This can then cause a blood clot to form and a lot more pain to occur.
Skin tags pose no serious threat to an individual’s health and are absolutely not cancerous growths, so removal is more for cosmetic purposes.

So what is the main Skin Tag Cause?

No-one knows for sure what actually causes skin tags, but there are a couple of suggestions…
The pretty simple yet plausible reason for the cause of skin tags is the rubbing or chafing of skin against clothes, and that this can irritate the skin and provoke a reaction in the form of a skin tag. Others believe that skin tags should be put down to a reaction to more internal issues, such as genetics, a hormonal imbalance or even a resistance to insulin.
The New York Health Guide found that obese people are significantly more likely to develop skin tags. This supports the ‘rubbing’ theory as they have more skin folds which can lead to chafing. Alternatively, pregnant women were found by Crosta to be more at risk of skin tags, presumably due to the hormone and chemical changes within their bodies.
An alternative possible Skin Tag Cause is the use of steroids. Steroids cause skin fibres to bond which then leads to outgrowths forming. Those that use steroids have been found to be quite susceptible to skin tags which backs up this suggestion. Age can also be considered a Skin Tag Cause – Schwarz found that by the time people have aged to 70, over 59% will have experienced at least one skin tag.

Skin Tag Treatment

Of course surgery is always an option for skin tag removal. But this is by no means the absolute only way to treat a skin tag.
The Syrinx Za Deep Cleansing Therapy Bar has been found to be extremely effective in the removal of skin tags.
Simply use the soap every morning and night for a minimum of two weeks to see results. When you use the bar create a thick lather and then use the bar to scrub the skin tag. Leave the lather on the skin to dry naturally (about 30 minutes) to allow it time to work.
To learn more about treating skin tags, visit Skin Tag Removal

Skin tags| Q & A | Skin tags Treatment and Care

Image of Skin Tags on the NeckWhat are skin tags?
Skin tags are small growths of skin, usually the same colour as the surrounding skin. Who gets skin tags? Skin tags tend to affect pregnant women and overweight people in middle-age.

What causes skin tags? Skin tags seem to appear in areas of the body where there is friction, perhaps in the groin area due to wearing too-tight jeans or under the breasts thanks to a scratchy underwired bra.

Are skin tags dangerous?

If you have skin tags, you might find them unsightly and embarrassing or they may catch on your clothing and cause irritation. However, most skin tags are completely harmless, but if you get a skin tag that bleeds or is a different colour, you should consult your GP.

Can skin tags be cured or treated?

Some small skin tags go black and drop off of their own accord. Other skin tags have their own blood supply and nerve endings, and once they’ve appeared, seem set to stay forever.

The NHS used to remove skin tags at no charge, but now it is considered a cosmetic procedure and you will have to pay to get them removed. This is done by snipping them off, usually under a local anaesthetic, and of course you end up with a scar where the skin tag grew.

Other treatments you may hear of include medicines, steroids and even knotting dental floss around the skin tag to stop the blood flow. (We do not recommend this).

However, there is an alternative that doesn’t include minor surgery or drugs.

What is the best cure for skin tags?

Our natural treatment for skin tags has the effect of healing and strengthening the skin, so skin tags reduce in size and eventually disappear altogether.

  1. Use our deep cleansing therapy bar every morning and night. Add warm water and scrub it gently into the skin tag and surrounding area. Do not wash off the lather; just let it soak in for at least 30 minutes or overnight if possible.
  2. Apply our hydrating therapy balm at intervals throughout the day

Customers tell us they start to see results on their skin tags within the first month. Before you turn to drastic measures, it may be worth reading our page on Skin Tags and possibly trying the natural products listed on that page. If you use any of our products, please let us know how you get on in the comments below.


Skin Tag Removal Cream

Skin tags are small growths of skin that can occur for no particular reason, affecting all different types of people. However, pregnant women and middle-aged people, particularly those who are overweight, are more likely to suffer from skin tags.

Most skin tags are completely harmless and blend in with the colour of the skin, but no matter whether they’re harmless or not, they’re still an irritation and you may choose to treat them, in order to ensure they don’t reappear.

How to Tell if a Skin Tag is Harmless

Most skin tags are harmless, but it’s important to know what type of skin growth you have before you look for a natural skin tag treatment. Otherwise, you could in fact be seeking the wrong type of treatment for the skin problem you have.

Generally, the skin tags that are harmless are a different colour to the skin and are prone to bleeding. The colour and look of your skin tag will give you a good indication as to how serious your skin problem is, therefore helping you to be sure of exactly what product you should be using.

Skin Tag Removal Cream

Skin tag removal creams can work wonders when used correctly. Skin tags are not only unsightly, but they are also irritating and can easily catch on clothing. By using a skin tag removal cream, your skin tags can decrease in size, or even better, completely disappear, making it well worth trying our cream and soap.

Natural Skin Tag Treatment

Medicines and steroids are not always needed to treat skin tags. Natural skin tag treatments can work just as well and are 100% natural; therefore they won’t harm your skin.

The deep cleansing therapy bar, available directly from Syrinx Za on this website, is an all-natural, cold process soap, which is suitable for everyone – no matter your age or skin type.

The moisturising therapy balm is another great product to use for skin tags, as it’s a natural moisturiser that contains tea tree oil. Working perfectly on its own, or alongside the deep cleansing therapy bar, the moisturising therapy balm is sure to impress you in no time at all.

Skin Tag Treatment

A Syrinx Za Skin Care regime aims to help you remove skin tags, not only making them disappear, but freeing you from the irritation they cause too. Our natural skin tag treatment regime is sure to benefit your skin, please read more about the skin tag treatment Syrinx Za recommends.

What Causes Skin Tags

A Skin Tag scientifically named acrochordon or fibroepithelial polyp, is a small benign tumor that forms mainly in areas where the skin forms creases, such as the armpit, groin and neck. They can also manifest themselves on the face and in rare cases on the eyelid.

Skin Tags are quite harmless and painless and do not grow larger than a grain of rice once formed.

The surface of a Skin Tag may be smooth or irregular in appearance and is raised from the surface of the skin. a Skin Tag consists of a fibro-vascular core, often with fat cells, covered by skin.

What causes Skin Tags to form?

There is no definitive answer to this question however it is believed that skin tags occur when skin rubs against skin, since they more often than not form in skin creases and folds.

Interestingly Skin Tags are reported to have an incidence of 46% in the general population and they are more common in women than men.

Skin Tag Removal

Can skin Tags be treated of removed? Skin tags can be surgically removed, but this seems draconian unless there is a cosmetic reason for removal, or sufferers can choose to treat Skin Tags with Natural Skin Care products such as described on our Skin Tag Removal page.