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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 2 January 2019
It works realy well. Follow these steps to completely remove even large lumpy old skin tags;

1) Give the enclosed cotton bud a good 5 second spraying with Cryotag & keep it pointing downwards. Wait 10 seconds until it's smoking, this confirms it's now frozen.
2) Use the tweezers to gently pull the skin tag away from your body.
3) Apply the frozen cotton bud onto the skin tag without moving or dabbing it. Hold it there for 15-20 seconds. This will dehydrate the skin tag & kill off it's blood supply.
4) Wait 4-5 days & you will see the skin tag darken, go black, shrivel up & then eventually fall off.
5) If necessary wait until day 5 & repeat steps 1-4 above & that will definately kill the skin tag.

I used it to remove two skin tags & only one treatment per skin tag was necessary. Be careful after you have used it as it might be sore, but the Cryotag chemical seems to dehydrate the skin tag, depriving it of blood that keeps it alive. This is painless & effective. Highly recommended.

Where other users on amazon here have not been positive in their reviews, I can only assume that they have not given the cottin bud a good long spraying of the chemical, or have not waited long enough for it to freeze before applying it onto the skin tag. The cryotag canister seems to have a mixture of chemicals in that freeze & dehydrate the skin tag, therefore killing it by drying it out & starving it of blood.
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