Skin Tags


A skin tag is a common, benign skin growth,  often found on the eyelids, neck, chest, armpits, and groin, which consists of a bit of skin that projects from the surrounding skin.  Skin tags may be smooth or irregular, flesh colored or more deeply pigmented, and is usually raised above the skin on a stalk so that the skin tag hangs from the skin.  Some skin tags can grow to look like a small cauliflower.

Causes of Skin Tags

Unknown.  However there may be a maldigestion or malabsorption problem.  Skin tags usually appear in middle age after stomach acids decrease.  They may also be a sign of blood sugar issues.

Treatment options

  • Minor Surgery
  • Lab testing
  • Nutritional counseling
  • Homeopathic drainage (Unda)
  • Microcurrent


Contact Rosetta Koach, LMT, ND at 503-628-6357
for removal of skin tags and
treatment of underlying causes