Skin Tags: Unsightly Excess Skin
A skin tag is a small, elevated flap of tissue that hangs off the skin by a connecting stalk.
Skin tags are common. These small flaps or tags eventually appear in areas where the skin over time is continually rubbed by clothing of some sort. Men may acquire tags around the neck where a collared shirt is worn. A woman might have them where a bra continually sits and rubs the skin. Though it may take a period of time to grow a skin flag, the removal of them is a quick solution.
How we treat it
Skin tag removal is performed using a cauterization machine. It’s a safe, non-invasive treatment that permanently removes unsightly skin growths. The Superfrecator uses high-frequency electrical current that through a micro-probe cauterizes the growth.
As the skin tag is removed, a natural protective coating of scab develops. Within a few days after the treatment, the scab will fall off naturally and be replaced by healthy new skin. In most clients, there is no visible sign of the previous skin growth.
Most clinics and offices offer a liquid nitrogen treatment to remove skin tags, which can take multiple treatments and be costly to the client. The Superfrecator is generally more effective, only needing one treatment and in turn being more cost effective. Permanent removal of skin growths is now fast, easy AND affordable.
The Superfrecator can also remove:
- Cholesterol Deposits, also known as Milia
- Cherry Angiomas
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