Reviewing the Tag Away As Seen on TV Commercial

by justinne on February 1, 2013

commercialTag Away is the latest homeopathic remedy for eliminating unsightly skin tags. The solution contains only natural plant extracts from the foliage of the Thuja occidentalis tree. Commonly known as White cedar or swamp cedar, the tree grows in abundance throughout the eastern United States and southern Canada. Actually, using Thuja occidenalis essential oil is not new. The Ojibwe Native Americans used the extract for centuries in a number of traditional medicinal remedies.

A number of scientific studies indicate that Thuja acts as an astringent and features antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral properties. When applied topically to skin tags three times daily, Tag Away dries skin tags, which eventually fall off without the discomfort or scarring that generally accompanies conventional dermatologic treatments that often include cauterization or freezing.

Though Tag Away does not contain harsh chemicals, Thuja occidentalis may cause skin irritation for some people. Another drawback of using Tag Away involves the time span involved before experiencing satisfactory results. Users report complete skin tag removal requires continuous use for three to eight weeks. Using any type of cosmetic or additional medicinal treatments along with Tag Away may alter the effectiveness of the product. Although individuals have used Thuja occidentalis for a variety of topical conditions, the formulation manufacturer cautions that the product is not meant as treatment for other skin conditions.

Compared to spending hundreds of dollars on conventional medical treatments, consumers may order Tag Away for a mere $19.99 plus postage and handling costs. The order also includes a buy one get one free offer so consumers receive two bottles of the preparation, which equates to a two month supply. Trying the product also remains risk free as the offer includes a 30-day money back guarantee if not completely satisfied with results.

Dermatologists do not know what causes skin tags but speculate that friction and weight gain may be contributing factors. Heredity may also play a role in the development of the benign growths. Skin tags may appear on anyone at any age but most often appear during middle age. The number of growths may also increase with age.

The annoying tags often occur under breasts, on the neck or in skin creases anywhere on the body. The unsightly growths often affect self-esteem especially if located in highly visible areas and if individuals develop numerous tags. When inconveniently located in the neck region, tags may become irritated when wearing jewelry.

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