What is SKIN TAGS?
A skin tag is a little, soft, dangling piece of skin with a peduncle or stalk. They can appear anywhere on the body, although they are more common where skin scrapes against flesh or clothing.
Acrochordon, cutaneous papilloma, cutaneous tag, fibro epithelial polyp, fibroma moll scum, fibroma pendulum, soft fibroma, and Templeton skin tags are some of the other names for this type of skin tag.
Skin tags are fairly frequent and usually appear after the age of 50. They have an equal impact on men and women.
Skin tags are noncancerous skin lesions that are benign. They are made up of a fiber and duct core, nerve cells, fat cells, and an epidermal covering.
They could show up on the:
- The eyes,
- under the breasts,
- upper chest,