Micro Auto TagBand Skin Tag Remover Device for Small to Medium Skin Tags
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- Micro Auto TagBand works by stopping the skin tags blood supply and results can be seen within days
- Features a user friendly one-handed design and is ideal to be used for awkward areas
- Attached band will tighten onto the base of the skin tag and will cause the skin tag to drop off
- The Micro Auto TagBand is suitable to be used on skin tags that are small to medium size
- TagBand is suitable for use on all areas of the face and body apart from the sensitive eye area
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Did it on 8 of the boyfriend's skin tags in different areas of his body with the medium to large, some were more sensitive than others, it's been exactly a week and 2 have come off so far. In my personal opinion possibly all should have been the micro size, I didn't know, the opening of the gadget for this medium to large size can accommodate much larger skin tags than he has. I think maybe if the band were tighter, the micro kit, on the smaller ones they would have died and come off quicker than they are. The biggest problem with this product is it not being clear what size you need, you need the tag to fit inside the hole. You should go with the smallest size that will fit yours, the tighter the better (when I have both I'll post a photo of both with a ruler). A couple of his have a little bit of redness around them and are a little sore a week in, he says it's not too bad to deal with, I just think he's anxious to finish this, some are in inconvenient places. We put a bandaid over all of them because early on his shirt rubbed a band off one of the small ones but we got a band right back on, it was already turning dark. Both that have come off he didn't notice when it happened, one he still had the bandaid over and when I checked it was gone, so there's no pain associated with them actually falling off. All the ones left look like they are very near falling off, some even appear to be lifting away from his skin around it, I think in a couple days we'll uncover them and let a shirt potentially rub them off, at this point they've kind of become one with the band so the band isn't going anywhere now, they're all black and kind of shriveled up. I will be getting the micro kit so when new ones pop up we can get them when they're small and easy. The bands were easy to put on, the hardest time I had was pushing the band down to the fat end of the gadget, I started using my finger nails to push it down and it slid much easier then you use the pushing gadget to push it off the end onto the base of the tag. Press it very firmly to the skin and push the band off the end, of all 8 every one went perfectly around the base of the tag except for one and I just pulled the band off and redid it (I think I kind of pulled away from the skin as I was pushing the band down on that one). You MUST get the band around the base of the tag, the tag comes off where the band is and you don't want to leave part of the tag still attached. This is a great tool, it works and is a big money saver and convenient to have for anytime new ones will probably pop up, no doctor appointments necessary.
I read most of the reviews and it seems like most of the negative ones could have been solved by putting a bandaid over them so the bands stay in place with clothing or having someone else put them on you in difficult places, I had all 8 done in under 5 minutes, with someone else it's very easy, boom solved, this isn't rocket science here.
UPdate: giving this another 2 stars because although it seemed like it cut it in half, it’s a small measly spot that resembles the feeling of a mole without the coloration of one. It felt like after the tag band came off, it was a lot bigger. Then once the skin calmed down its significantly a lot smaller and almost nonexistent to what it once was.
But be careful you keep making sure the tag band is at the base of the skin tag. I had to remove and put back on multiple times in the 5 days.
As stated by others, the tags turned color (to black) within a day or two. Then the bands started slipping off when rubbed by clothing or in the shower (it was difficult to put band-aids on, with the underarm hair). I had to re-apply almost all of them, several times (had to buy a refill kit). Those also had trouble staying in place. At this point, I was about a week into the process.
Then I got an idea... using a toothpick, I put a dab of super-glue on the band and the tip of the tag, covering the tag. That held the bands on very well for several more days, but the glue was irritating the surrounding skin. I planned on replacing the bands, so I pulled the glue/band off, and the ENTIRE tag came with it, leaving an almost invisible, low bump. I repeated the process for the other 3 with the same result - almost no evidence that they existed at all.
So, even though it was more difficult and tedious than others described, my results were EXCELLENT, and a much better outcome than if I'd cut them off (or paid a dermatologist to do it). AND NO SCARS!!!
This product does not work save your money & go get your tags burnt off by your doctor he or she will use a pen with a wire and it slices your tags off no pain no bleeding ....
I also made the mistake of buying refill bands. They are non-returnable.