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Hair of my Skinny Skin Skin

Peace Out Skin Tags

New and Improved!!

Hair of my skinny skin skin is made for those pesky skin tags we all hate!! I get them under my arms and I can't tell you how many times I have shaved one off, OUCH!!!!

Skin tags are pesky little things that come from nowhere and end up right on the face, which is the most common area skin tags show up – you can get one on your nose, cheek or even eyelid! Don't try to remove them with string, like I've seen some people do! Did you know the right blend of essential oils can remove them in a matter of days?? Yes, it’s true – just a drop of my essential oil blend applied 1-2 times a day is enough to see that little skin tag shrink off in a matter of days! You don’t need to deal with painful skin tag removal methods that can easily lead to infection as you poke, scratch and use the string method to try to get rid of it.

Made with 100% organic & therapeutic essential oils: Frankincense, Lemon, Tea Tree, Lavender, Oregano, Geranium, Clove, Castor Oil, Rosemary, Basil, Vitamin E, Hemp Extract, Apple Cider Vinegar

HOW TO USE: For Best results, soak a cotton ball in oils, place over skin tag and cover with a bandage 2 times a day. Keep away from eyes and genitals. Do no ingest.

Frankincense: A powerful anti-inflammatory and anti-septic, frankincense is one of the best essential oils for skin tags. It is extracted from frankincense resin, which is got from the bark of frankincense trees native to Somalia and the Middle East. Using frankincense essential oil helps dry out the skin tag, making it fall off faster.

Lemon: Using lemon essential oil dries out your skin tag since it is a potent astringent, that helps remove excess oils and water from the skin, thereby enabling the skin tag to fall off. As lemon essential oil is photosensitive, refrain from applying it and exposing the skin to sunlight.

Tee Tree: A strong disinfectant and antiseptic, tea tree essential oil fights off bacteria, germs and microbes which may be the cause of your skin tag. It is also a potent astringent, which enables it to dry out the skin tag, causing it to fall off quicker.

Lavender: Lavender essential oil has skin soothing and calming properties but it’s also one of the most effective essential oils for skin tags.

Oregano: The best anti-fungal essential oil, oregano has also been successfully used to get rid of skin tags almost instantly.

Rosemary: Extracted by steam distillation from rosemary leaves, this potent essential oil is an astringent and contains antibacterial and antiseptic properties that all help fight off microbes that aggravate skin tags.

Basil: Powerful medicinal properties and a strong herbal scent. It is also known as sweet basil and is extracted from the aromatic leaves of the basil plant. This essential oil contains antibacterial, anti-fungal, antiseptic and antimicrobial properties, making it one of the best essential oils for skin tags, acne, warts and moles.

Always check with your doctor to see if essential oils are okay to be used by you if you suffer from hypertension, skin allergies and other medical conditions. If you are pregnant or lactating, please first consult your doctor before using. 100% NUT AND DAIRY FREE.
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