Skin tags can be a nuisance, and while they don’t cause health risks, there’s evidence connecting them to potential medical issues. There is a proven link between skin tags and an elevated BMI (body mass index), which is why people who are overweight or obese are more prone to them.
That’s why it can be beneficial for your health and well-being to take steps to lose weight, at the same time as you begin the process of removing your skin tags.
When discussing skin tags, it’s easier to describe what they are before trying to tackle why they appear, which is a bit trickier. A skin tag is a small piece of soft, hanging skin which usually has a stalk. They are a combination of fat and nerve cells, fibers and ducts, with an outer casing. Skin Tags are considered benign tumors of the skin, which shouldn’t cause any alarm as this means they’re harmless.
Skin tags tend to occur in people over the age of fifty, affecting men and women. They form in the creases and folds of the epidermis, likely from the friction between the repeated brushing skin. That’s why they’re commonly found on the eyelids, armpits, under the breasts, groin, upper chest, and neck. It’s worth noting that skin tags will form on any part of the body.
Most of the time, skin tags cause no issues unless agitated by friction from clothing or a similar injury. If you have skin tags and they’re painful without good reason, you should consult your doctor or a dermatologist. People tend to remove them for aesthetic reasons, and there are many ways of doing this. The most affordable and least intrusive method is known as ligation, which is the process of cutting off the blood supply to the skin tag.
While it’s true that skin tags themselves are not a health issue, there are grounds to consider them symptomatic of other illnesses. For example, people with type 2 diabetes develop skin tags due to insulin resistance. So, if someone suddenly finds multiple new skin tags and are feeling ill, it’s essential to seek medical advice and take a diabetes test.
Similarly, people who are overweight or obese are prone to skin tags, in addition to being more at risk of developing type 2 diabetes. For this reason, it’s worth assessing your weight if it’s causing any health or well-being issues. If you have a high BMI, losing weight won’t make your existing skin tags go away. However, it will reduce the likelihood of more developing, plus it will improve your overall health.
If you want to lose weight and remove your skin tags, there are various options for both tasks. The best idea is to set some realistic goals by doing gentle daily exercise. You don’t need to join a gym or purchase expensive weight-loss supplements. Rather than short drive distances, try walking instead. Substitute some sugary snacks with fresh carrots or celery.
While you try to lose some excess pounds, it’s possible to remove your skin tags without intrusive, and often expensive surgery. Many of our clients found that by using the revolutionary TagBand removal kit, they can effectively and painlessly get rid of skin tags from the comfort of home.
The TagBand range of removal kits are cost-effective and we’re confident you’ll see the results within a matter of days. We offer a 60-day money-back guarantee, if you don’t achieve your desired results, we’ll issue a full refund for your kit. There are several kits to choose from which depend on the size of your skin tag or tags. Each kit comes with ten micro bands, and you can buy refill packs when you run out.
For more information about our products, you can follow this link to shop now. You can also contact us directly if you have any questions. It’s possible to reduce your BMI, remove skin tags and enjoy the benefits of being and feeling healthier.