Hey everyone, Gia here. Stick around, because I’m going to tell you How you can easily and naturally remove embarassing, unsightly skin tags WITHOUT scarring or pain, no matter what your skin type. Then I’ll show you where you can get this system at the BEST price. I have suffered from skin tags for years. I had them under my arms, on my neck, I even had them on my eyelid. They were embarrassing. It was hard to wear necklaces as the necklaces would get caught in the skin tags that I had on my neck.
I decided I really wanted to have them removed so I had one sugically removed from under my arm first I’m really glad that I started there, because it left an UGLY scar. Not to mention that it hurt, and it was expensive. I knew then that having the rest of them cut off or frozen was not the route that I wanted to go. I needed to find a better way to get rid of skin tags. I was up watching the news one night when I came across a story about a system for.
Successful skin tag removal. I decided to give it a try. I liked the fact that it was an allnatural treatment. The active ingredient is something called Thuga Occidentalis , which is an essential oil known for its tag removal properties. The cream is easy to apply. There’s no pain. No scarring. But best of all It REALLY works! It successfully removed my ugly, embarrassing skin tags, right from the comfort of my own home. Make sure you do EXACTLY what the instructions say, and be consistent with the treatment, And you’ll see great results like I did.
Skin Tag Removal in 15 Mins Home!
Welcome to SKIN TAGS! Skin tags can be removed with one easy 15 minute treatment at home! The Skin tag removal kit contains all you require to remove 30 to 40 skin tags. and skin healing cream containing pearl oil Here we have a young lady with a skin tag on her neck. she is very aware of it and wants it removed. After cleaning the area with a sterile pad, here we can see the emery board being used to roughen the surface of the skin. to allow the active ingredients to penetrate into the body of the Skin Tag to destroy it.
The applicator is used to coat the skin tag with the solution A mild stinging sensation is normal at this stage Any excess cream should be wiped away The cream is left in place for 15 minutes in some cases a second application may be needed where the skin tag is old and thick Fresh water is used to remove the dried cream and clean the treated area We can see as the area is cleaned that the whole skin tag has turned black! A sure sign that the treatment has been successful.
The skin around the treated area is quite red, this should be expected There may even be slight swelling around the base of the skin tag, but this is temporary The healing cream containing pearl oil is then applied to the treated area and surrounding skin. After a short time, the redness around the area has greatly reduced leaving only local redness. After 24 hours we can see there is a little redness around the treated area and the skin tag has become darker and smaller 2, 3 4 days pass.
How to Remove Skin Tags at Home DermTV Epi 511
The internet is full of at home products that remove skin tags. Many work but cause burning and red skin at best, and even worse side effects if you’re not careful. I’ll tell you about them, and also, the best way to remove skin tags at home, which is amazingly simple. Hello, I’m Dr. Neal Schultz pause And welcome to DermTV. Most at home products to remove skin tags work by either chemically burning, known as cauterizing, or freezing skin tags, which then take a few days to fall off. Burning is usually done with acids or other caustic chemicals,.
While freezing is done with chemical sprays that literally cause the skin tags to freeze to death. During the few days it takes for the tags to fall off, there is inflammation, discomfort and burning of the surrounding skin. As if that didn’t sound bad enough, all of these products have four other issues to be aware of. First, you need to make sure what you’re treating is actually a skin tag. If it’s not, you may delay proper treatment, or even make it worse. For example, you don’t want to unsuccessfully treat a skin cancer as a skin tag.
And therefore have it grow deeper or even spread because you delayed the diagnosis and treatment. Second, proper treatment requires precise application of the product to the skin tag and not to the surrounding skin since all skin will be damaged by the product. Allowing even a tiny amount of the chemical to spill onto normal skin causes a burning sensation for a few days until the skin heals. One product advertised online includes a how to tutorial and shows such sloppy application of the product to more of the surrounding skin than to the alleged skin tag.
Which in the tutorial is actually a mole, not a skin tag. That caused a 2 inch diameter area of normal surrounding skin to become bright red and painful from inflammation. Third, since they all work by injuring the skin of the skin tag, it takes many days for the irrevocably injured skin tag to die, shrivel up and fall off. Then complete healing of the base where it was attached to the normal skin takes a few weeks. And last, most products are advertised as gentle but effective. Unfortunately, no chemical or physical cauterant is gentle.
However, precise application to only the skin tag without spilling over to the surrounding normal skin results in less discomfort. Even a tea tree oil based product can create problems since tea tree oil, if used topically in high concentrations may cause skin irritation. In my opinion, the best way to remove skin tags at home is to do the same thing I do in the office. I take an ice cube and chill the skin tag for 15 seconds. Then, with a sterile, very pointed small scissor. I painlessly snip the tag off at the bottom of its stalk where it rises out from the skin.
How Excessive Skin Removal Causes Eyelids to Pull Down, and NonSurgical Treatment to Add Volume
Restylane Removed Before Pinch Blepharoplasty I am a 42 year old female that had restylane injected in my tear trough 2 months ago. The results were only soso. I still have dark circles most likely from genetics and possible skin staining. I still have excess skin that I need to address. I am considering a pinch blepharoplasty. Should I have the restylane removed before the bleph to get the best results from surgery Thank you for your question. You’ve had restylane injected in your tear trough and as you described in your question,.
Your results were only soso. You feel like you have excess skin and you’re considering a pinch blepharoplasty and you want to know should you remove the restylane before you have blepharoplasty. Well, you submitted some photos that were very helpful but I would caution you about making a choice about a pinch blepharoplasty to begin with. Now, this is all based on the photos you submitted and not based on a physical exam which is a great limitation here when questions are submitted this way. To understand what you perceive as excess skin, there’s a distinction that needs to.
Be made. I wrote a book called the fine art of looking younger and I teach my patients on a daily basis that facial aging is volume loss and descent. Now in your age, although there are some changes in the shifting of the tissue or stretching that happens when aging, in my opinion, you’re dealing more with volume loss. And you’re dealing with volume loss at several levels which is why a single solution is not a perfect solution. Let me explain, if the tear trough area gets a little bit hollow because the tissue, the.
Fat, the baby fat in the area between the bone and the cheek and the eye and the cheek called the eyelidcheek area tends to diminish. The tear tough gets a little bit deeper. So certainly placing restylane in that area is good way to help soften that real change. Now when it comes to the relative excess skin that you are concerned about, remember, there’s a difference between ski texture and skin excess. When I look at your photo, I don’t get a sense there’s a lot of skin excess. And when I look at the way the eyelid is shaped,.
It almost makes me more concerned that if some skin were removed, it may pull your eyelid down. So as a strategy for you and in your physical exam, if the doctor can roll skin and if there is truly excess then my approach would be, typically, if I’m going to do a skin pinch removal for the blepharoplasty, I would also do some canthal tendon reinforcement. That basically means reinforcing the tendon that hold the eyelid in position in order to prevent the eyelid from pulling down. There are many patients who come to our practice in the course.
Solving Extra Skin Over the Upper Eyelids to Relieve Irritation and Heaviness
What are my droopy eyelid options I am 44 years old. My right eye lid is dropping more than left and causing a very heavy feeling in my eye and irritation. Left isn’t so great either but not as bad. What are my options Would insurance cover I am curious of costs if insurance wouldn’t cover. Thank you. Thank you for your question! You submitted a question with photos that demonstrate one eyelid appearing heavier than the other eyelid and you’re asking about options as well as about whether insurance coverage would be appropriate.
So in reviewing your photos, and anytime someone like yourself comes to our practice and we look at heavy looking eyelids, we try to first differentiate, is there extra skin over the eyelid which is termed dermatochalasis, is the eyelid drooping because of a muscle issue related to the muscle that lifts the eyelid called the levator muscle and that term is ptosis and we also look at the at the brow position. The brow position could also result in extra skin being pushed downward on top of the eyelid. We refer to that as brow ptosis.
Now, when you look at your photos, it is clear that the brows are relatively asymmetric. This is something that is very much normal. At 44 years old, I would suspect that your brows have not come down significantly and I would also advise against a brow lift because I think with your brows elevated even with a few millimeter, it may have a negative impact on your facial expression and you may look eternally surprised. So I think that looking at your photos and looking at how your eyes appear where the upper eyelid margin is not.
Low enough to be affecting the pupil, what appears you have is something called dermatochalasis. Dermatochalasis means extra skin over the eyelids. And for that, the solution is blepharoplasty. Blepharoplasty basically means to address extra skin, extra soft tissue, extra fat, anything that is impinging on top of the upper eyelid. Now there is an art of doing cosmetic blepharoplasty in that you want to look natural, you don’t want too much extra skin removed. If you do any kind of online research, one of the most common concerns is the unfortunate event when someone has too much skin removed and they.
Have difficulty closing their eyes. As a cosmetic oculofacial plastic surgeon for 20 years, we have patients who come from all over the world for revision surgery where it’s for drooping of the upper eyelid after blepharoplasty as well as skin shortage of the upper eyelid after blepharoplasty. So this something that cannot be overstated as being so important for your situation. The idea is that blepharoplasty for the eyelid is not only taking as much skin as possible. It is really about the art of the design as well as employing techniques.
That can allow skin to fold in properly so that it will look attractive and will look natural and you won’t look just as tired. Now to address the question about insurance coverage, having practiced for 20 years, I have watched how insurance companies have become very strategic in the way they present themselves to patients and doctors. And if you were to call your insurance company, I would believe likely, well yes, if you were covered if your doctor shows it’s medically necessary. This is where the whole medical industry became so abused. And someone like.
Yourself, even if few years ago, 15 or 20 years plus ago, if you had any visual field defect, it would be something be covered. That unfortunately led to a lot of abuse in the system and a lot of people who didn’t have a functional issue, functional problem for eyelid surgery would get covered and so now the pendulum swung to the other direction, now this is something extremely difficult. This is one of the reasons why over 10 years ago, in my practice, we stopped all insurance altogether. We found there the deceptive practiced.
To be detrimental to our ability to deliver the proper care to our patients. The insurance companies would improve something and then later on, deny it and that’s kind of what they do. Looking at your photo, I doubt, I think it is unlikely that any medical director of any insurance company would consider your upper eyelids heavy enough to be blocking your vision to at least a significant enough degree. Essentially, the general rule of thumb is, if someone can see your pupil, that means you can see out. And it really takes really low eyelid to the.
Point of complete coverage before an insurance company would consider that and I even had cases that even then, it got denied. So it’s no secret my discussed with the insurance company. So I think ultimately, you would save yourself the hassle by just accepting that this mostly likely a truly cosmetic procedure. Identify an expert in upper eyelid surgery. Many doctors perform eyelid surgery in the hierarchy of specialties, one would argue that a sub specialty is super specialty like oculoplastic or oculofacial plastic surgery is a position uniquely qualified.
Elevating the Uneven Eyelid, Correcting Asymmetry, and Other Factors of Successful Ptosis Surgery
Desperately need to fix the problem! I had ptosis surgery to my right eye. In my first surgery, I only had the levator muscle elevated. I had revision surgery 6 months later to remove excess skin. In my opinion my surgeon didn’t remove enough. He also only did a partial incision with laser on my old scar so now I am left with pinch skin in the inner corner and a big thick white scar. Am I able to have blepharoplasty to fix this issue If so, am I able to see a.
Regular plastic surgeon or do I need to go to an oculoplastic surgeon Thank you for your question! You’ve submitted some photos and you described in your question that you had levator muscle surgery for ptosis and after that procedure you underwent a type of blepharoplasty to enhance further the appearance of the skin of the eyelid. And in one photo with the eye looking down, you showed the incision line and you described the scar as being thick and other things and you want to consider treatment. You asked a question of whether.
Or not to have the revision done by a plastic surgeon versus an oculoplastic surgeon. Well, first in reviewing your photos, with your eyes open, it appears that the objective of making the eyelid elevated and getting relative symmetry as well as shape and contour appears to be achieved. And that it obvious with your eyes looking down, that there is a difference with your eyes closed. Now, the question you first have to answer is why wouldn’t you go back to the original surgeon. If the procedure has been accomplished to the point.
Where the initial issue of ptosis has been corrected, and when we measure success with ptosis, we measure height, contour, aesthetics and symmetry. And so, in the normal population, if the eyelids are one to two millimeters of each other, it considered to be normal and normally doesn’t draw attention. So, again with your eyes open, it appears that you achieved your objective and I know that anyone who look at your eyes would probably agree that eyelid height relative to the pupil is where you wanted it to be after ptosis surgery.
Given that and the unique skills of an oculofacial plastic surgeon, I think that your best bet is continue communicating with your doctor who did the original surgery. If you’re concerned about extra skin, well, your original surgeon knows whether or not that’s the case. Sometimes, the folds and variability and the appearance is not a function of excess skin but rather the function of the skin being attached or folding in a certain way. An example is like a nonincisional Asian eyelid surgery. This is a procedure where it may appear overlapped.
Of skin when actually there is no extra skin but rather the skin has to be attached in a way so that the eyelid crease can form. Variation of this procedure is done for ptosis surgery when it is appropriate. So, my first piece of advice is continue communicating with your original oculofacial plastic surgeon. This is the doctor who know your eye very well and I’m sure has reasons for doing the procedure the way it was done. In choosing revision procedures, you may want to consider some procedure just to improve the scar quality. In our practice, we actually use a material.
Called plateletrich plasma which is drawn from your own blood to help scars that are very thick and we have found this to be very helpful in softening scars. Now there was no clear indication from your question as to the time frame. When we think of eyelid healing whether it’s skin or muscle, we have to think of 6 months to a year and not just a few months. So especially in eyelid surgery, an undesirable scar can change over the course of a year so you may want to do some conservative options until considering another surgery.
Tag Away Reviews Does Tag Away Work
Hello YouTube I’ve made this quick Tag Away reviews tutorial to share with you some research I’ve done into this product Tag Away. Basically I wanted to know Tag Away does it work Initially I was doing some research into how to get rid of skin tags and I found that this product Tag Away. It’s pretty prominant, it’s sort of cropping up everywhere it’s very popular at the moment so I thought I’d check it out. And so what I did I went on to several of the online forums and the online shopping.
Sites just to see if I could find out what sorts of comments and Tag Away customer reviews, people who had tried it out were actually leaving. And to answer the question does Tag Away work well it certainly does for some people and for others it doesn’t so when I dug a little bit deeper what I was finding was there were a few trends emerging and I suppose really with a product like this you know it’s not going to work for everybody, that’s what’s to be expected because everyones’ bodies and.
Metabolisms are different. But I want to share with you a particular review that I found because this sums up, pretty much most of the other comments I was finding in these Tag Away reviews. Okay this guy here he starts off at the top here by saying he kept seeing the TV commercial, decided that as it’s less than twenty dollars he’d finally give it a go and he says to my amazement the skin tags are starting to fall off about half of them on the area I was using as a test have gone.
And the important thing as far as I’m concerned here he does a list of pros and cons and as I mentioned to you these are pretty much what I was finding in general so if we look at the pros easy to apply, zero pain, it works. Now as I said it worked for him but for some people they’re saying it didn’t work and I’ll explain a little bit of that in a minute, relatively inexpensive and he says a bottle lasts longer than they claim on the TV commercial.
The cons, now he says it smells herbal. Now this is quite polite compared with some of the comments I mean some people said that it smells downright horrible so I suppose you know it comes down to everybody’s tolerence but it was you know fairly common that people were mentioning that it’s got a very strong smell. The second point he makes is it takes several weeks to work and I think this is what I was finding that a lot of people I think were expecting for it to work straight away and.
They were the ones that were finding it didn’t and the people who persevered with it tended to be the ones who were getting skin tag removal success. And then the third thing he says here you’re supposed to apply it three times a day. That is something else again that some people in the Tag Away reviews were saying that they hadn’t applied it three times a day and some said because of the smell but you know the people who did who sort of followed the instructions like this particular guy and he went ahead.
And you know persevered with it he got the results and so this is the overall sort of thing I’m finding that for it to work for you you do need to you know strictly apply it three times a day and you do need to give it sort of three or four weeks or so for it to take effect. Okay so as you probably know, you’ve probably seen on the TV commercial there’s an offer at the moment where you can get two for the price of one so let’s just head over to the website and you know I can show you exactly.
Where you can get this deal from. Okay so okay we’re at the site here so as you can see this is the special offer that’s going on at the moment. Basically it’s two for the price of one. And the other thing that’s relevant here is that they’re giving a thirty day money back guarantee. There’s also a tutorial that you can watch which is here but I think you know you may have seen this on the Tv anyway. So I hope this has been beneficial to you if you want to head over to this website now all you need to do is click on this green.
How Asian Eyelid Surgery is Customized for a Patients Anatomy, Desires, a Natural Look
My eyelids are puffy and heavy, would the double Eyelid Surgery or removal of the fatmuscle treat it My eyelids are VERY puffy and heavy. It is especially bad when I smile. I know I would like muscle and fat removed to make my eyelids more flat. I don’t really like the double eyelid look on me so should I ask for just fat removal If I do get a double eyelid surgery, I think I would want a very tiny one, like the one in the photo. Would I also be able.
To get a parallel crease made instead of tapered The outer corners of my eyes are very droopy as well. Would a double eyelid surgery fix that Thank you for your question! You explained in great detail your concerns about your upper eyelid looking heavy especially when you smile and you want to have muscle and fat removal and at the same time, you don’t want to have double eyelid or that if you do, you want a very thin one. If you have a thin one, can it be parallel and you also mentioned some hooding on the outer aspect.
Of your eyelids. Well, certainly your concerns about a double eyelid surgery and the impact on the character of your face are things that someone with experience has heard. As a cosmetic oculofacial plastic surgeon focusing on Asian eyelid surgery and in practice for 20 years, I could tell you that there is a lot of discussion necessary and a proper physical exam is also necessary. In other words, the questions you are asking can be answered to a degree of just photos but nothing replaces the 3dimensional aspect of appreciating skin quality, fat volume.
And in terms of asking the question of the tapered crease versus the parallel crease as well as the lateral hooding, that takes an actual examination to kind of mimic. What we do in our practice is we actually place a little Q tip inside to create a fold to give us some idea of what to anticipate. I always tell my patients that in the cosmetic surgery literature, it is often quoted that 50 of Asian descent have a crease and 50 do not. And what I try to explain is that,.
Everyone who comes to me who wants to have a crease that nature gives us a little bit of space and permission to work in. and when we fight too much, then we can get some unpredictability. So for a lot of our patients who come in who want a specific style, they’ll often bring pictures of people who they admire and who they want to look like. But if their skin quality and anatomy and the position of the eyes is different then certainly, we have to come to some kind of customization that’s right for them.
I would anticipate, just from experience, that someone like yourself would probably be better served from an nasally tapered crease as well as extending relatively parallel without a flare in the outer aspect to address the hooding. Now this is something that can still be customized in terms of degree fat reduction and the amount of crease that you show. Again, this is a discussion that is best served by a physical examination. So I would advice that you meet with experienced cosmetic surgeons and have this discussion. The factors to also discuss have to do about whether or not you have extra skin. You can.
Choose between an excision Asian eyelid surgery or a nonincisional. So there are many choice and there are many variable. And so, with that understood, an examination would probably help you understand better what your choices are. Meet with a few doctors, get a sense of what is realistic and be sure that whatever you are going to do that you are comfortable with the choice and that you have a sense of what you will look like when everything is settled. Again, it is very important that you meet with doctors and you have an examination.