How do I know if I have a skin tag?
You can determine if you have a skin tag by having all four of the following: 1) Must be located on Neck, Breasts, Back, Arm Pits or Groin 2) Must be similar in color to the surrounding skin 3) Must be soft and flexible to the touch 4) Must be 2-6mm
What locations of the body can I use this product to remove skin tags on?
Skin tags must be located in 1 of 5 locations. Only treat skin tags if they are located on the neck, chest, under arms, back or groin. Do NOT use this product for skin tags located on other parts of the body (e.g. eyelid).
Are there any post treatment steps I should follow?
We recommend keeping the site hydrated and protected after the treatment. It may take up to two weeks for the skin tag to fall off and if it does not you can retreat it.
Can I use this product if I am diabetic or have vascular disease?
Do not use if you are a diabetic, have poor blood circulation, have been diagnosed with blood conditions affected by extreme cold or have a weakened immune system.
Can I use Dr. Scholl’s Freeze Away to treat skin tags if I have dark skin?
Yes. You can use Dr. Scholl’s® Freeze Away® Skin Tag Remover to treat skin tags located on any shade of skin. The precision applicator is designed to treat the base of the skin tag and minimize freezing the surrounding skin.
Is there any pain with freezing a skin tag?
Dr. Scholl’s® Freeze Away® Skin Tag Remover uses cold gas to freeze the skin tag. You will feel a cold sensation and some minor pain for a few seconds after you start the treatment.
Is this product clinically proven?
Yes, Dr. Scholl’s® Freeze Away® Skin Tag Remover is clinically proven to remove skin tags in as little as 1 treatment.
Is this product cleared by the FDA?
Yes, Dr. Scholl’s® Freeze Away® Skin Tag Remover is the first, FDA-cleared skin tag remover for at home use.
How long should I wait before applying a 2nd treatment of the product to the same skin tag?
While skin tags treated with Dr. Scholl’s® Freeze Away® Skin Tag Remover often fall off in as little as 1 treatment, it is recommended that you wait at least two weeks before reapplying the treatment to the same skin tag if it does not fall off after the initial treatment.
Can a skin tag that I have treated come back?
While the true cause of skin tags is unknown, skin tags often appear where skin or clothing rubs. After you remove a skin tag, it is possible another may grow nearby. Skin tags can appear in other places on the body including the neck, arm pits, breast, back and groin. The good news is Dr. Scholl’s® Freeze Away® Skin Tag Remover can be used in all these areas to treat skin tags.