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Skin tags are common skin growths, usually harmless, that form primarily in areas where the skin forms creases (like the neck, armpit and groin).
Skin tags or acrochordons, are very common, benign, fleshy papules occurring in the skin folds.

Skin tags are best treated by scissors excision with or without local anesthesia. Find out more from our professional skin specialist.

Skin tags are uncommon before the age of 30 but common thereafter. They are soft, fleshy, non-tender, but may become inflamed with friction.

Skin tags are tiny, brown or skin-colored, oval excrescences attached by a short, broad to narrow stalk.

Skin tags become elevated with time, and eventually become polypoid and protrude from a narrow base.

As a result of their location, skin tags may become irritated by friction, jewelry or clothing.