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Tag Free is a simple product that can be used to remove skin tags. It comes in the form of a tiny plastic clamp that is used to essentially strangle the troublesome blemishes. This design allows consumers to easily remove skin tags without going through any of the several pains ( both figurative and literal ) of seeing doctors. The device is packaged in sets of twelve and purchasers can get an extra set for just a separate shipping fee.
The cost of Tag Free is $10.00 plus $6.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Tag Free by paying the extra shipping fee of $6.99 for a total price of $23.98.
Yes, the shape and material composition of this product allows for it to be easily and efficiently clamped to the base of skin tags. The pressure exerted by Tag Free is enough to keep the blood from reaching growth and supplying it with essential nutrients and fluids. Within a few days of application tags will wither and die, leading to them falling off on their own or being easily removable along with the clasp.
The product is advertised with a video that begins by showing several of the major downfalls associated with skin tags, like unsightliness and aggravating medical appointments. Tag Free is introduced as the solution to these problems and its many benefits are reviewed. The inventor speaks for a few moments before a computer generated animation demonstrates underlying mechanisms that support the device's effectiveness. Customer testimonials follow the explanation, along with a professional endorsement. It ends with the offer to double the order for a small fee, plus a 100% guarantee of their success.
The fact is that some skin tags appear on the face, upper neck and other areas that can be hard to conceal without drawing unwanted attention. This device can take a few days to completely remove a tag, which may be an uncomfortably long time to have it attached to such places.
Tag Free cannot identify skin tags. Only a professional assessment can accomplish a diagnosis, so it is always necessary to get a medical opinion if potential skin tags are appearing for the first time. This is not a major concern for those who have already had tags confirmed.
Tag Free is very easy to hide in most situations. Its clear construction makes it hard to notice in the first place, but it is also quickly and comfortably concealed beneath everyday clothing items. In other situations a bandage can be used to accomplish the task.
Invasive is a term used to describe procedures that require entry into the body, most commonly surgery. This item does not require the skin to be breached and thus will decrease the risk of infection, pain and other symptoms that may arise from invasive methods.
Having skin tags continually treated through the healthcare system will lead to staggering bills quickly. Most insurance does not cover dermatological appointments or tag removal procedures, and travel expenses alone may be unreasonably high if repeated visits are needed.
No, the Tag Free is unlikely to leave a large mark if placed properly because it will cause the tag to break away freely after the sufficient amount of time. If something significant remains visible, it may simply take some time for the uncovered skin to "match" the old skin around it or for the last bits of the tag to fall away.
This product will not cause pain when used as directed. The clasp is intended to grip only the tag and not skin around it. Nerves are not common within the outgrowth of cells that make up the bulk of the mass, so it is unlikely to cause serious discomfort.
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