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Skin Tags Removed With Oregano Oil

Author: Michelle Rothwell
Location: MN, United States
Date: 01-24-2010
Views: 10,540
Word Length: 168
Questions received: 2
Testimonial ID: 4074-OR

I've had ugly skin tags for years and found out from my upline that you can remove skin tags with oregano oil.

I do have a warning for those wanting to do this it burns skin. You want to be careful where you put the oil.

The way you do it is tie a piece of thread tightly around the base of the skin tag as close to the skin as possible. Then daily you add a drop of oregano oil onto the skin tag. Depending on how big it is will dictate how long it will take for the skin tag to fall off. Some take a week. Some take two weeks.

What happens to the skin tag is it turns black then falls off never to return again. One thing I was worried about is my skin creates keloids which is scar tissue on the outside of the skin. I was afraid this method would create a keloid scar but it didn't.

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