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mariposaman wrote:I just saw an ad for this. Anyone use Dr. Scholl's Skin Tag Remover? I only have a few but would like to see them gone. My doctor says tie a thread around them, but they are in a place I cannot do this myself. I cannot imagine what is in the package.
catnazi wrote:does it not hurt when you cut them off with clippers, or do they not have any feeling (dead skin?)
vanja2 wrote:Connie DO NOT use this product on your Shih Tzu. I run Shayker's Haven Small Dog Rescue and own 4 Shih Tzus. My older girl has about 10 of these and the vet said to leave them alone, UNLESS they are casing her pain or are rubbing on her collar. These have to be surgically removed as they are quite deep. You cannot freeze or burn them off. They are not skin tags or human warts.
CannedAm wrote:My dad would put a bandaid on skintags and they'd fall off in the bandaid. I've never bothered as I don't have any that irritate me. He'd get them where his shirt collars would rub or the seem of a shirt would rub and they'd irritate the mess out of him. I don't know why the bandaid thing worked for him (and God knows how long he left one on there) but it did.
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