Skin Tag Removal

A skin tag is a small tag or growth of skin that can appear anywhere on the body. They are most commonly found on the armpit, chest and back or anywhere where friction may take place. They often occur in small groups or clusters.

We use cryotherapy to treat skin tags, which removes the tag by destroying it with extreme cold. This treatment is highly effective, leaving smooth, tag-free skin.

Disclaimer: Please be aware that results and benefits may vary from patient to patient taking into consideration factors such as age, lifestyle and medical history.

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Treatment Overview

Time required for treatment

15 minutes

Time until results seen

Results are immediate but a small scab or crust may form after treatment and remain for 7-10 days before dropping off

Treatment longevity

Long term results are usually achieved

Number of treatments required

Only 1 treatment is usually required

Anaesthetic Required

None

Prices from

£100

FAQ

If you have further questions about this treatment, please call us on
0330 1331 272

1

How does this treatment work?

Cryotherapy uses extreme cold to freeze and remove the skin tag. Liquid nitrogen is usually used for this treatment, which takes a very short time and is extremely effective.  A small scab or crust may form after treatment. This will fall off after about 10 days.

2

What happens during my treatment?

Treatment is usually given while you are lying down, but this may vary according to the location of the area being treated.

3

Will I feel any pain or side effects?

You may feel minor discomfort during or immediately after treatment.

4

Who is this treatment suitable for?

This treatment is suitable for anyone with skin tags or other small non-cancerous skin growths that they would like to have removed.

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Disclaimer: Please be aware that results and benefits may vary from patient to patient taking into consideration factors such as age, lifestyle and medical history.