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Try Radio Frequency Skin Tag Removal for Scar-Free Results

18 June, 2021

Hundreds of customers have benefited from it and are able to confirm that skin tag removal with a laser is less expensive, painful, and invasive than surgical removal. Most of the time, a single treatment session is enough to completely remove tags and other benign growths, leaving the skin-free, healthy, and beautiful. 
You owe it to yourself to try this effective, pain-free, and fast skin tag removal treatment, and the best place to do that is at 5280 Laser Aesthetics.

At 5280 Laser Aesthetics, the laser skin tag removal cost is only $75 per session, and, usually, only one session is necessary. Our specialists will use radio waves instead of a scalpel to make a microscopical, blood-free incision. They will then use high-frequency sound to clear your skin of the unsightly growth, instead of cutting through. 

Using radio frequency to remove skin tags reduces scarring risks as it barely affects the surrounding skin. It is recommended especially for facial skin tags. To eliminate the risk of pain and discomfort, a small amount of anesthetic can be injected into the targeted area. Non-surgical skin tag removal is the safest and most effective path to healthy and beautiful skin and improved self-confidence. 

What Causes Skin Tags?

Skin tags mostly develop in areas where the skin tissue rubs together or against clothing. These skin bumps are most commonly found on the neck, thighs, armpits, eyelids, under the breasts, and groin. 

Skin tags are extremely common, and while anyone can develop them during their lifetime, certain groups of people are more susceptible. The main risk factors are:
  • Weight – Overweight or obese men and women have a higher likelihood of developing skin tags.
  • Pregnancy – Hormone level fluctuation may also lead to an increase in the formation of skin tags. 
  • Age – Individuals over the age of 40 are most prone to skin tags, and they tend to increase in prevalence as we age.
  • Genetics  – Researchers believe that those with a family history of skin tags are more likely to develop them.
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