• Skin Tag and Mole Removal 1 to 5 Tags and Moles

     Skin tags are formed when collagen and blood vessels trap inside a thick layer of skin. Skin tags are small soft skin colored or hyperpigmented flaps of tissues that hang off the skin by a stalk usually growing on the neck or groin. Although these tags are benign, they can be uncomfortable if anything rubs on them.

    The same procedure works on unpleasant Moles

  • Overview

    Procedure Time
    Sensitivity Period
    24-48 Hours
    Visible Results
    From First Session
    Rec. No. of Sessions

    Before & After


    • Painless, soft, flesh-colored, non-cancerous skin growth often on a stalk.
    • Also referred to as Skin Tabs and/or Warts.
    • They are harmless but can be annoying.
    • Medically known as fibroepithelial polyp, acrochordon, cutaneous papilloma, and soft fibroma.
    • Eyelids
    • Neck base
    • Underarms
    • Groin folds
    • Buttock folds
    • Under the breasts
    • Constant change in hormones 
    • Fluctuation in glucose levels in the blood 
    • The frequent friction and rubbing amongst the skin or clothing
    • Excessive exercise and movement, which cause friction on the skin
    • Pregnancy causes skin tags because the hormone levels are unbalanced as well as the weight gain and the increase in belly size.
    • Natural aging can also cause skin tags to appear due to the increased amount of collagen in the skin which causes the skin to sag. The change in skin texture then causes skin tags. 
    • Other causes include: 
    1. Decreased libido 
    2. Intense fatigue 
    3. Stress 
    4. Irritability
    5. Anxiety  
    • These other causes lead to the constant change in your hormones which leads to skin tags 
    • Doctors and Dermatologists highly advise against treating Skin Tags on your own as you may hurt yourself and/or cause scarring. 
    • Freezing the Skin Tag, with liquid nitrogen, to -320 degrees Fahrenheit works. 
    • At 3D Lifestyle, we treat the Skin Tags with Cryopen.

    Most patients see results in just one treatment while some patients may need the second treatment.

    Not sure which treatment to choose?

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