Best OTC Skin Tag Removal Creams And Treatments
There are a lot of ways to remove skin tags. That’s why this site exists, in fact. But for most people, some of the more extreme ways of removing skin tags just aren’t gonna be feasible. This is why skin tag removal creams exist!
Tying a piece of floss around a skin tag for a couple of days? What if the skin tag is too small for that or in a weird area?
Thinking about applying duct tape or using Tea Tree Oil? Prepare for the great wait.
Imagining that it’ll be easy to just whip out a knife and start cutting? Uh, hold on there!!! Stop!
Over The Counter Skin Tag Removal Creams Are The Safe Route
You don’t have to hurt yourself here in order to remove a skin tag or two. There are plenty of potions and concoctions on the market that work, and also plenty that don’t! So for the purposes of this article, I’ll split those particular creams into three different categories: Effective, Semi-Effective and Straight Up Snake Oil.
(Ahem. So maybe they’re not the most professional sounding category names, but let’s not get too uptight. We’re talking skin tags here!)
Straight Up Snake Oil: The Ones To Avoid
Alright, so this is the fun part. What can you avoid? What is there simply to attempt to separate you from your money, and leave you with your tags intact and feeling, frankly, plain ol’ ripped off?
Well, there are quite a few of these types of snake oil, unfortunately. First off, anything that claims to use: Thuja Occidentalis, which is always touted as “shown in clinical studies to aid in removing unwanted skin tags” and “Homeopathic”. You’ll want to avoid these like the plague mainly because of exactly what they are.
Stinky Water. Yes, I said it. These products, going by the names Tag Away, Elimitag, Tag No More, Naturasil and the awesomely titled, Miracle Of Aloe “Miracle Skin Tag Remover” (sample slogan: “It’s a miracle if it actually works!!!”) are really products that shouldn’t be for sale. They are useless to most people, smell really badly, and don’t actually do anything to remove your skin tags.
These are all sold on Amazon, of course, and are all of the “make sure you use this religiously for 6 weeks at least, and we swear it will work.” Of course, by the end of that period, you’re just angry, and your skin tag looks healthier. Meanwhile, it’s now too late to get a refund.
See how that works?
So by all means, if you want to avoid wasting a ton of time and a ton of money (these snake oils aren’t even cheap!), avoid these. The only people that actually benefit from them are the people that market and produce them. Need more incentive? Check the Better Business Bureau ratings on any of the companies that sell these. They all have absurdly non-descript company names like: DAB Unlimited and Television Products Corp.
Sadly, the only people laughing are them…
The hilarity of the Semi Effective is that they’re not entirely exciting, but they aren’t full-on, unabashed rip-offs, either. These products tend to be cheap, yes, but also tend to have VERY mixed results. This category of skin tag removal creams tends not to be specifically for skin tag removal at all! Instead, we have a mix of products that tend to work for other things, but are not expressly created for the removal of skin tags.
Got it? Good.
So what I’m talking about here are products like Tea Tree Oil (no specific brand, this is a natural product, so they’re all the same), but also things with unattractive names like “Wart Stick” and Dr. Scholl’s “Freeze Your Warts Away”.
Now, before we go further, I should probably mention that anything that says “Wart Remover” is FOR WARTS! I get emails all the time from visitors asking if it’s safe to use a wart remover on their skin tags, and my reply is always the same: “Probably, but I really don’t know!”
Here’s the thing: SKIN TAGS ARE NOT WARTS! Say it with me if you have to!
Knowing this will help you, believe me.
And as to results? Well, again… I’ve heard mixed things. Some people swear they work, and other people see them as a massive waste of time. For me, I would ALWAYS RECOMMEND AGAINST using a wart remover on a highly visible skin tag! If it’s on your face, abandon the chase! If it’s on your neck, don’t let a wart remover connect!
The reason here, friends, is simple. It’s called scarring. Wart removers can create scars. And if your skin tag is highly visible, you DON’T WANT SCARS! Simple as that!
THE EFFECTIVE: A BOLD CHOICE
Ok, I’m being funny here. But it’s funny how many people don’t bother with the actual effective skin tag removers because they’re hell bent on saving a dollar or two, or maybe just want to toy with their skin tags. You know, tease them a bit. The reasoning is always beyond me, because if you’re looking for an over the counter skin tag removal cream, shouldn’t it ACTUALLY WORK??
Well, I think so. Which is why at this point, with all the feedback the site gets, and after using plenty of creams myself, the only one I truly believe in for its effectiveness is Dermatend. This stuff works, it works fast and most importantly, it doesn’t scar and is easy to use!
What’s more this product is MADE TO REMOVE SKIN TAGS. Oh. And Moles. This isn’t a product that is made for something else, but just happens to remove a skin tag once in a while. Nope, this is a product that focuses on removing skin tags.
It’s not stinky water, either. This is a remover that is safe, strong and works really fast.
So what I’m saying is that it’s a no-lose product. With all the emails I get, I have NEVER heard of anyone saying that it doesn’t work. is Simple fact.
The easiest way to buy this stuff is directly from the company, where (as of this posting) it’s $39.95. Click here to do that.
The easiest way to buy this stuff is at Amazon ($39.95). Click here to check it out at Amazon.
So, that’s it. Are there other effective over the counter skin tag remover products out there? Yes. There likely are. But none that I’ve seen that are as unequivocly effective as DermaTend. It continues to be this site’s product of choice, until we find out otherwise.(Has something worked really well for you? If so, leave a comment! Or send an email to “taglady” at this website!)