Micro TagBand -Skin Tag Remover- Device for Small to Medium Skin Tags

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Micro TagBand works by stopping the skin tags blood supply and results can be seen within days

The included cone is placed over the skin tag with the removal device pushing off the band

Attached band will tighten onto the base of the skin tag and will cause the skin tag to drop off

The Micro TagBand is suitable to be used on all skin tags that are small to medium size (Tags not included)

TagBand is suitable for use on all areas of the face and body apart from the sensitive eye area



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October 21, 2015
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Disclaimer: I'm just an average guy, certainly not a doctor, and these are just my opinions..

First of all this company makes two types of this product; there's the regular version and this micro version.

Whether you need this one or the regular version totally depends on the thickness of your skin tag. Because there wasn't a lot of advice on this I made the mistake of buying the regular version first. Turns out my skin tags were too thin and the rubber band would just fall off so it was useless. My advice is that if your skin tag is just a flap of skin with very little thickness to it you would need the micro version. I would guess that if you took apart a cheap pen and the plastic ink insert was at least as thick as your skin tag (at least 2mm around) then you'd want to get the regular version of this product. Don't fault me if I'm off a bit though since that's just a guess since the rubber bands from the regular version fell off my skin tag.

Secondly, I read all of the reviews and they said your skin tag would fall off within a week. In my case I had a few skin tags under my arm pit (sorry if that grosses you out, it does me too). They greatly annoyed me and would sometimes get irritated and be painful, which is why I wanted them gone. My experience was that I would put the rubber band on using this product, which is quite ingenious. Within a few hours, or at least by the next day, the skin tag would turn a darker color since it was losing its supply of blood. Within a few days to a week it would dry up, become much smaller and hard to the touch. Mine never did fall off though but maybe that's because I was too impatient. After a little over a week I would just give them a quick yank and they'd come right off.

The third point I want to make is that this method can cause some irritation/pain in and around the skin tag. In my case, because of them being under my arm pit, the rubber band would get pulled every which way, aggravating the skin under and around the outside of the skin tag. After a few days, after the skin tag gets hard, you could sit in a hot tub which seems to loosen up the rubber band enough to be pulled off. The other solution I found and liked best was to use Kanka, the oral anesthetic. I'd dab that around the painful skin tag a bit and it would totally take away the pain and irritation for several hours.

Lastly I want to state that this product does exactly what it claims to do. My skin tags are gone and I didn't have to go to the doctor to have them removed. Even having bought both products, I'm still out only about $50 which I think is well worth getting rid of these annoying things. As far as the pain/irritation caused by this product; I didn't mind it since my skin tags could get irritated/painful at times even without this product.

I only gave it fours stars because the company could give better direction as to whether a person needs the regular version or the micro version. They could also let you know that there could be some irritation or slight pain using this product. If the company is reading this then thank you for making this great product!

Sorry for the long review but I hope this helps someone and good luck!

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October 21, 2016
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Okay, got this on Saturday Oct 15th. I have a skin tag under my right eye. I figured I would test this product. Couldn't put the band on myself therefore got help. I have to say the first few hours were uncomfortable around my right eye. I also decided to document this process to see if it works and how long it would take to come off.

This morning Friday Oct 21st, after taking my shower, looked at the mirror and oh my goodness, my skin tag had fallen off in the shower : ) !!!! I couldn't believe it... It works!!! I had to go back in the shower to look for it as proof... Anyway, I am attaching four pics - first one is the skin tag before the TagBand, the second is the following morning after I had it on, the third is the morning the skin tag fell off and the fourth is the skin tag that fell of my face. I hope it doesn't grow back, but if it does I will update!

So, great product that works!!!!
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December 8, 2016
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I'm posting this review for all the ladies who are lucky enough to have a skin tag “down south”... you know where. I bought this to remove a small, 2mm wide tag in that area. My doctor verified it as a skin tag and said it didn't have to be removed. Still, I didn't want to have the thing for the rest of my life.

I was hesitant to use this in such a sensitive place. The directions say it is “safe to use on all parts of the face and body apart from the sensitive eye area”. That doesn't exclude intimate areas, so I figured it should be okay. I was hopeful but not entirely sure how well it would work.

It worked so well that on the third day the skin tag fell off completely. There was very little pain throughout the process (some tenderness on the second and third days and a few “pinchy” feelings since the first day). The worst pain was probably a 3/10.

I was able to get the band onto the bottom of my tag with the first try. Use a mirror if you have to. The trick is getting the band all the way to the bottom of the cone so the band can slip off with just a little push.

After the first five hours, the band was still in place. The tag didn't look any different -- maybe a little more pale but that's all. It began to feel slightly tingly. I was getting worried it wasn't tight enough because I wasn't feeling any pain, but I decided to wait and see.

By the third day, the tag had actually turned white and was almost entirely shriveled up. The next time I checked it I was very surprised to see that the skin tag and the band were gone. All that's left now is a red dot where the tag used to be.

It's weird to think that a tiny rubber band can have the same effect as a surgery that would cost a lot of time and money. That's what I was thinking. But I can back this product up and can say that yes, it does work, and better than I imagined. My tag is gone. Thank you to the people who made this product available!

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July 27, 2017
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This first seems expensive for what you get: two plastic pieces and two small containers with a few bands. But, compared to out of pocket expense for cosmetic removal at the doctor's office the cost is small. The first time I applied the bands on my smallish skin tags they came off after a day. By then the skin tag had become irritated and slightly inflamed so the next set "caught" much better. I'm on day 3 and have some minor discomfort under my arm. There is a dull pain that becomes more noticeable when you clothing snags it but otherwise not too bad. I'm expecting the skin tags to fall off in the next day or two.
Update: tags came off!
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