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Tag Away
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Skin tags, also known as acrochordon, are equally common among men and women. They are composed of fibers, ducts, nerve cells, and fat cells and are primarily caused by skin rubbing against skin. People who are more susceptible to developing skin tags are those who are overweight, have diabetes, or women who are pregnant. Many people don’t notice that they have a skin tag; however, those who have larger, more noticeable, skin tags can feel self-conscious of their appearance.

Tag Away is a natural topical formula that is used to get rid of skin tags by drying them up until they flake off. It is made of plant extracts including Cedar Leaf Oil, Melaleuca Alternifolia Leaf Oil, Ricinus Communis Seed Oil and contains Thuja Occidentalis which acts as the main active ingredient. Thuja Occidentalis, a natural essential oil, started to be used in the 19th century as a homeopathic treatment.

The cost for two 10ml bottles of Tag Away is $19.95 and the deluxe package includes two 15ml bottles for $30.00. Tag Away should be applied three times a day with a q-tip and results are typically seen within 3-8 weeks after you start the treatment. The company also offer a 30-day money back guarantee if you are not satisfied with their product.

Tag Away has had many complaints online that portray them to have business practices resembling that of a scam. They sell your personal information to telemarketers who immediately begin to bombard you with phone calls shortly after you have made your purchase. These telemarketers call you to verify your address as an excuse to get you to agree to accept their offer which they will charge you for without your knowledge.

Other complaints said that it doesn’t work and felt that a trip to the dermatologist to have it removed was the only promising solution. This criticism is not surprising since it is not approved by the FDA which means it has not been evaluated for its safety and there is no scientific evidence to support its claims. The HPUS stamped approval on the label means that it adheres to the standards of preparation, dosage, and quality assurance set by the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States which is not a promise to its efficacy. 

It takes 4-6 weeks for delivery so you have to wait quite a while before receiving your shipment. If you are looking for a quick solution you may want to have it removed by a doctor. If you are willing to spend the time waiting for the product as well as the number of weeks it takes to see any results then it may be worth giving it a try.

Before using Tag Away or any other product which you have never used, consult with a doctor to make sure it is safe for you. In addition, if you have never had a skin tag or are unsure about a skin growth, take the necessary precautions and go to a doctor because they may choose to take a biopsy for further testing. 

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Did not remove tags

Reviewed By John Doe on March 7, 2014

Rip off used just like it says to. Nothing. Save your money

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Tag Away worked for me... eventually!

Reviewed By Colleen Porter on November 13, 2013, Toledo, Ohio

Dealt with two embarrassing skin tags on my neck throughout teenage and young adult years. Tag Away ad gave me hope but was still skeptical. Used it until the bottle was almost empty with disappointing results... UNTIL (and this seems very important) I applied a band aid for a few days almost 24 hours at a time. The results were dramatic, exciting and almost a little scary. Almost overnight the tag turned black and began to come off on its own within 3 to 4 days. I concede that this is my own personal experience and results could very due to different factors. My bottle was purchased at a retail chain store and though the smell was repellent for months, I'm more than pleased to throw my extremely affordable bottle of vain happiness away not quite empty and feel confident that my neck may never be repellent again - just maybe my personality!

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Does NOT work

Reviewed By Donna on August 6, 2013, Virginia

I purchased Tag Away from Walmart. I used it exactly as instructed for more than 8 weeks on several skin tags. There was no change to any of the skin tags on which it was used! I was very careful to clean the area each time before applying the Tag Away. Still no results what-so-ever.

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Just pure c#ap!!!

Reviewed By Gonzo on June 23, 2013, Central FL

Been using it for over 6 weeks in a relatively small skin tag. Results so far: nothing, nada, zilch. It's still sitting there like it was before I purchase this crap. It's not even drying up!
Should have known better...Don't get suckered into buying this like I did. Instead get a sharp small scissor, disinfect it and cut it off. Then use some styptic pencil to stop the bleeding. Doesn't hurt more than a pinch. Gone in a second. (Plus this stuff smells worse than crap!)

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August 03, 2013

I agree 100%. I had a lot of those small tags removed by the doctor and all she did was just what you described. She did the same with what she called....old man warts...something like this, they never came back. She said that she gave me a ...trimming :). Go to the dermatologist regularly if you are prone to those skin growths. Thanks.....

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Cheap worthless crap

Reviewed By Satan on June 2, 2013

Just twizzle your skin tags back and forth with your fingers for a week or so and they will dry up and come off with no scar.

This product is a complete scam- although really almost anything seen on those cheap TV ads with the blue "buy it" screen at the end are ripoffs (I have yet to see one that isn't.)

Use some common sense people you get what you pay for and only shifty companies advertise mail order products on TV these days.

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