Also called: acrochordon
A common skin growth in which a short, narrow stalk sticks out of the skin
Skin tags often form on the neck, upper chest, underarms, and eyelids. They're usually harmless and painless.
They may become irritated from rubbing against clothing. If a skin tag is irritated or its appearance is bothersome, it can be removed.
Treatments: Freezing, Cauterization, Cryosurgery, Electrosurgery