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I found this worked on my neck for very small tags but not for anything bigger. The skin tag bands are better for medium to large sized tags.
Laura E
· 14 March 2021
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It does sting when used so yes a little. After use the skin tag can get inflamed and be quite painful for a few days. The elastic band method is less painful. Tagband is good. If needed again I will go back to tagband.
Clive Carmock
· 20 April 2017
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Cryotag uses the same freezing technology as used by doctors and dermtologists. It is important to follow the instructions closely when using the product to ensure that the correct freezing temperature is achieved.
If you would like any advice on how Cryotag should be used to effectively treat skin tags please do con… see more
Cryotag uses the same freezing technology as used by doctors and dermtologists. It is important to follow the instructions closely when using the product to ensure that the correct freezing temperature is achieved.
If you would like any advice on how Cryotag should be used to effectively treat skin tags please do contact us at info.cryotag.co.uk

With kind regards
Helen Woods
Customer Services see less
Cryotag uses the same freezing technology as used by doctors and dermtologists. It is important to follow the instructions closely when using the product to ensure that the correct freezing temperature is achieved.
If you would like any advice on how Cryotag should be used to effectively treat skin tags please do contact us at info.cryotag.co.uk

With kind regards
Helen Woods
Customer Services

HWS
Manufacturer · 28 June 2018
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Only once, but it does say on the pack that you can use it again if the tag does not go the first time.
J. E. Morrow
· 15 May 2017
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Hi Anna - thanks for your question. So no, you do not need to re-apply after washing because it works on on a physical level to freeze the tissue of the skin tag. Washing does not have any effect once the skin tag has been frozen. The product itself is colourless but it will make the skin tag go white for a few minutes… see more Hi Anna - thanks for your question. So no, you do not need to re-apply after washing because it works on on a physical level to freeze the tissue of the skin tag. Washing does not have any effect once the skin tag has been frozen. The product itself is colourless but it will make the skin tag go white for a few minutes when frozen; sometimes the tag then darkens over the following days before it falls off. see less Hi Anna - thanks for your question. So no, you do not need to re-apply after washing because it works on on a physical level to freeze the tissue of the skin tag. Washing does not have any effect once the skin tag has been frozen. The product itself is colourless but it will make the skin tag go white for a few minutes when frozen; sometimes the tag then darkens over the following days before it falls off.
Appia Healthcare Limited
Seller · 28 January 2017
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Only if you want your dog to bite you.painful
frank berridge
· 14 March 2019
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No, the freezing liquid (‘cryogen’) is actually dimethyl ether which is an ozone friendly liquid that is less cold than liquid nitrogen. It works in the same way but is not as painful as nitrogen!
Appia Healthcare Limited
Seller · 22 October 2018
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It is possible that the cold treatment may cause temporary inflammation of the skin tag tissue although this is unusual; it is likely that this inflammation will start reducing after a few days. If you are in any way concerned you should consult your GP however for us to advise further it would be helpful to gather som… see more It is possible that the cold treatment may cause temporary inflammation of the skin tag tissue although this is unusual; it is likely that this inflammation will start reducing after a few days. If you are in any way concerned you should consult your GP however for us to advise further it would be helpful to gather some more information such as where the skin tag is located and how long you applied the treatment for. If you could please contact Helen at info@cryotag.co.uk that would be much appreciated.

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Helen see less
It is possible that the cold treatment may cause temporary inflammation of the skin tag tissue although this is unusual; it is likely that this inflammation will start reducing after a few days. If you are in any way concerned you should consult your GP however for us to advise further it would be helpful to gather some more information such as where the skin tag is located and how long you applied the treatment for. If you could please contact Helen at info@cryotag.co.uk that would be much appreciated.

Kind regards
Helen

A manufacturer
Manufacturer · 16 May 2018
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Yes you can but I tried this product 4 times on the same tag on my back and it didn’t work so I ended up going to my GP to have it removed
S. A. Carter
· 19 August 2018
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Based on my experience, no it wouldn’t. It failed to remove my two largest skin tags after two attempts.
PatriotEd
· 27 June 2019