How to Remove a Skin Tag – My Experiences With Nevi-Skin
For the longest time, I’d had a few little skin tags on my neck, right where the neck of my shirts sat. They were never very big, and definitely not noticeable. I was content to leave them alone. Over time, however, the fabric of my shirts began to irritate them a little. Unfortunately, I didn’t want to go to the doctor because doctors visits can be expensive and I’m the kind of person that would rather find my own remedies for things.
So to Google I went. I searched for everything from ‘how to remove a skin tag’ to ‘how do you get rid of skin tags’. There were a lot of solutions offered, from using duct tape to tea tree oil to tying them off with dental floss. Most of the suggestions were to just let the skin tags be, which I wasn’t about to do because they were being irritated by my clothing. I couldn’t exactly go shirtless, after all! My search for the perfect solution that would be quick, simple, and something that wouldn’t make my bank account weep continued.
Finding the perfect solution
After days of scouring the Internet, I stumbled upon Dermal Meds’ Nevi-Skin. This is a type of cream that claims to remove all sorts of skin problems, including moles, warts, and even skin tags. It sounded like the perfect solution, but I found myself being skeptical. After all, something like this had to be too good to be true. There couldn’t really be such an easy solution to my skin tags, one that wouldn’t be as annoying as duct tape or tying them with dental floss. Despite being skeptical, though, I decided that there was no harm in at least researching it. So I researched. I poured over every review, both positive and negative. Eventually, the positive reviews won me over.
I ordered it and was delighted to discover that it didn’t cost even a fraction of what it might have cost to see a doctor. It arrived in around a week, which is pretty fast even for someone who’s a little bit impatient. When I got it, though, I was once again skeptical. The pot isn’t anything special; neither is the applicator. I was also worried about damage to my skin. I went back and forth on whether I should actually give it a try or send it back for my money back. In the end, of course, curiosity and a need to have the skin tags gone quickly won over. I decided to give it a go.
The instructions were really simple, even for someone who has a tendency to be terrible at following directions. I was told to give the little skin tags a washing, so I did. Then I stirred up the cream. The stirring is supposed to activate the ingredients. Once I had stirred it up good, I carefully—and I do mean carefully—applied it to the skin tags. I made extra sure not to get any on the surrounding skin, and I think I did a good job of it. Once the stuff was on the tags, I let it sit for around 30 minutes. It wasn’t too painful. The tags stung a lot, which I guess was a sign that the stuff was actually working. Once the half hour was over, I rinsed the cream off. Then it was time to just wait and let it do its thing. At first, I thought I’d be disappointed because the skin tags didn’t fall off right away. It took them a few days before they turned a dark, sort of blackish-brown color. Finally, a week or so after I’d applied the cream, they fell off and I was left without even a scar to show where the skin tags had been.
I was able to resume my life without worrying about the skin tags on my neck being irritated by my shirts. You can also read how to protect yourself from skin cancer.
But what about warts?
The story doesn’t end there. I had been dealing with a little plantar wart on the bottom of my foot. I had probably gotten it from walking around in a pool’s shower without shower shoes. It was right on the ball of my foot, and it was pretty annoying. It also would have a doctor remove, and there would have been no real guarantee that it would be gone permanently. It could have come back, meaning that I would have wasted all that money. If you haven’t noticed yet, I’m not a big fan of wasting money.
Back to Google I went, hoping to find a permanent remedy for my little unwanted wart. I looked up ‘how to get rid of plantar warts’ and honestly, most of the suggestions seemed a little scary and sometimes way too complicated. Needless to say, none of them were quite what I was looking for.
Then I remembered my little pot of Nevi-Skin and the fact that it also removes warts. It was time for me to give it another test. It had removed my skin tags without a problem. Would it also remove my wart? I applied the cream to the wart just like I had done with the skin tags and the waiting game began. Within a week or so, the wart was gone!
Does this thing really work?
YES. This amazing miracle cream absolutely works. It is quick, doesn’t hurt aside from the stinging, and it leaves no scars. Best of all, it didn’t make my bank account cry. So if you have any stubborn warts, some unsightly moles, or some skin tags that are annoying you, give it a try. It’s painless, fast acting, and it doesn’t leave a scar. Best of all, you can get your money back within 60 days if it doesn’t work for you. It is totally worth every cent.