Dr. Scholl's Skin Tag Remover
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Dr. Scholl's Skin Tag Remover with Derma-Freeze Technology - Finally, there's a convenient, doctor-proven solution to a noticeable problem.

It's easy to say goodbye to skin tags with Dr. Scholl's Skin Tag Remover. In the past doctors have removed skin tags using surgery or various burning or freezing techniques. Now, skin tags can be removed with as little as one application of Dr. Scholl's Skin Tag Remover.

Dr. Scholls Skin Tag Remover Features:
  • Skin tag remover with Derma-Freeze technology
  • Removes skin tags with as few as 1 treatment
  • Easy to use at home
  • Doctor-proven method
  • Kit contains one reusable activator and 8 disposable soft-tip applicators

Only use Dr. Scholls Skin Tag Remover if skin tag meets all of the following conditions:

  • removal skin tag must be located only on your neck, directly under your arm or directly under your breast.
  • skin tag must feel soft and be easily movable
  • skin tag must be a similar colour to surrounding skin
  • skin tag must be 3 mm in diameter or smaller and stick out from the skin by a stem-like stalk

Warning: do not use if you currently have or have ever had any type of skin cancer. Please read package and instruction before use.

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laura: a couple of weeks ago

I had a fairly large tag that was very wide and within two treatments it was gone! Lots of bleeding along the way but worth it.

Sharon: more than a year ago

Didn't work too well for me. It only shrunk the tags which were already small. I had trouble applying the treatment too. I kept missing the spot and getting the surrounding skin instead.

Trip: more than a year ago

I had two skin tags that matched the criteria on the instructions. I used a popsicle stick up against the skin tag, so when I applied the frozen applicator tip I could press up against it firmly. I felt I froze both of the skin tags (holding for 40 seconds) thoroughly, but it was tough to get to the stock of the tag w/o freezing the skin. The pain was minimal akin to a slight sting. Shortly after, both skin tags darkened and swelled up. I then applied some apple cider vinegar to some cotton and secured with band-aids. I repeated the freezing steps 3 days later, trying to apply the tip to the other side of the tag this time. This time the pain was non-existent. I also continued to apply the apple cider vinegar 2 per day. It acts as an astringent and helps dry out the (now black and crusty) skin tag. They finally fell off 5-6 days later with no pain at all. Just kinda came off in my fingers.

Clarissa: more than a year ago

clarissa: more than a year ago

Also didnt work for me. Have tried several times.!

monalisa: more than a year ago

I used it few times: did not work at all. Waist of time and money.
Dr. Scholl, please return my money back!

Ross: more than a year ago

IT DOESN'T WORK!! stick to making insoles because this product burns, my skin tag is bleeding an has quadrupled in size!!
I've gone through all of them even the smallest tiniest skin tag won't come off!!!

Cory: more than a year ago

The product works perfectly. I read and followed the instructions and the tags are gone.

mark: more than a year ago

Using it on a wart... working good.

Ryan: more than a year ago

I paid $30.00 for this product and was skeptical because of the reviews I read on this site. BUT this product worked exactly as described. I highly recommend it as an alternative to expensive clinical costs. All the negative reviews are a result of not following the instructions properly. I highly recommend this!

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