Banana peel: Cut into small segments place over the tag and hold in place with a plaster. Change daily and repeat until the tag drops off.
2. Apple cider vinegar
Just daub it lightly onto the skin tag using a cotton wool ball, (again, twice per day if possible), and the skin tag should drop off within the same timescale, i.e. 2 to 4 weeks. You may experience a slight stinging sensation.
Press a clove of garlic into a paste, apply onto the back of a sticking plaster and cover the skin tag. Do this last thing at night, before retiring to bed; and in the morning, when you get up, remove the dressing, and wash the area clean with warm water. Repeat for 3 consecutive nights after which the tag should drop off. It’s not recommended to continue this treatment for more than 3 nights as it’s possible that the repeated use of garlic could burn your skin.
Remove the peel from a small nugget of ginger and rub onto the affected area of skin. Repeat daily for 2 weeks, by which time, the tag should fall off.
5. Pineapple juice
Apply pineapple juice to the tag twice per day. Do not clean off, but let it dry in situ. Continue the treatment for 1 week, during which time the tag should disappear