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Skin Tags Apple Cider Vinegar Removal at Home

The skin tags apple cider vinegar removal method is an easy to use and highly effective home remedy. There’s no surprise why it is one of the most popular home treatments for skin tags. Not only does it work, but it is easy to use and your bank account will barely notice even after you buy all the necessary supplies required for the remedy. Interested in learning more about this wonderful home remedy? Read on to find out all the details you will need to get the best results using acv to remove skin tags.

What you need to use

Before we get into all the details about what you need to do and such, let’s quickly go over one of the most critical components to this remedy, what you need to use. You might be thinking, “apple cider vinegar, duh!”. What if you told you that you were only partially right. In other words, I’d be right to tell you, WRONG!.

Okay, if that isn’t the correct answer then what is? Well, I did say you that answer was only partially right. You do indeed use apple cider vinegar, but you have to use a specific kind of acv (apple cider vinegar). If you’ve never really used acv before, or if you’ve never really paid attention to it before, then you’re probably just like when before I became familiar with all this stuff.

If you pay careful attention that, aside from the different brands, there are actually two types of apple cider vinegar you will find: diluted and undiluted. Well, I guess you can say that isn’t exactly correct because you will also find both organic and non-organic acv. Personally, it’s never mattered to me whether the acv I used was organic or not. Perhaps that may matter to you, and if it does than feel free to use organic instead. According to Aweremedies, What really matters is whether the acv you buy is diluted, or undiluted because the correct choice, and the only choice you should choose is undiluted apple cider vinegar.

While some will argue that it doesn’t really matter if it’s diluted, or not because what really matters and what really makes acv work its magic is the acetic acid found in both types of acv. I do agree with that to some extent, by my personal experience from many self-experimentation says otherwise. I’ve personally found the undiluted to be way more potent. Many others agree with me on this thought. In fact, I used to be of the mindset that it didn’t matter at all. Thus, I used the diluted stuff for the longest time with some somewhat unsatisfactory results. I got fed up with it one day, took to the internet to do some research, and found out that undiluted was what I should have been using (and it did indeed matter and made a noticeable difference).

So with all that said, what you need to really use to get results is undiluted apple cider vinegar. Use organic acv if that is your personal preference, but make sure it has not been diluted.

How to use apple cider vinegar to remove skin tags

Alright, so we’ve gotten to problem of using the wrong stuff out of the way. Now let’s get to the actual method of using acv to get rid of skin tags shall we. Let’s start off with a list of what you’ll need to make this work:

  • Undiluted apple cider vinegar
  • A clean dropper
  • Waterproof bandaids
skin tags apple cider vinegar

That’s it, that’s really all you need for this method. I did tell you earlier that your bank account will barely notice anything, didn’t I? If you absolutely can’t get your hands on a clean eye dropper, you can substitute with a clean straw. As for the waterproof bandaid, I suppose you can use a non-waterproof version, but it might hold very well because the adhesives on it might not hold as well when exposed to liquids.

To start with this method, you need to add a few drops of apple cider vinegar to the cotton pad of a clean bandaid. Then place the bandaid over the skin tag. Leave the skin tag on overnight. In the morning, remove the bandaid and wash it gently with warm water and mild soap. Cover it up with a clean bandaid and continue with the remedy again at night, right before bed.

How long does it take

This skin tags apple cider vinegar remedy is fairly easy to use, but how many times will you have to repeat this before the skin tag is gone? In other words, how long do you have to wait to see some results?

Results can take a little bit of time and does vary from person to person. Some people see results sooner than others. For some it might take much longer too. But the average amount of time it will take to see some results ins a minimum of one week.

How do you know it’s working

So how do you know if this skin tags apple cider vinegar treatment is even working for you? Are there any signs you can look forward to seeing? Actually, there are some signs you can look forward to. Some of them include:

  • A skin that is darker in color than the other untreated skin tags. Dark brown and black are the colors you’d want to be looking for.
  • A skin tag will start to shrink in size. Although sometimes, the shrinkage in size might be so slight, you might not even notice a difference at all.
  • A skin tag will not only reduce in size, it will most definitely shrivel up and start to look like a raisin.

That’s about all that you need to know about the skin tags apple cider vinegar removal method. If it sounds too easy, that’s because it really is. Just keep an eye out for the healthy skin that surrounds the skin tag. It might be burned by the acv as well.

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