Excilor Skin Tag Treatment – Skin Tag Remover In 6 Days

  • Effective removal of Skin Tags within 6 days
  • Safe & hygienic 
  • No pain
  • Suitable for Adults 
  • Suitable in Pregnancy & Breastfeeding

  • Effective removal within 6 days
  • Easy home use
  • Safe & hygienic
  • No pain
  • Clinically proven effective


  • Effective removal within 6 days
  • Easy home use
  • Safe & hygienic
  • No pain
  • Clinically proven effective

Excilor Skin Tag Treatment – Skin Tag Remover In 6 Days

Excilor Skintag Treatment:
Excilor Skin Tag Treatment is a self-care device for the easy, safe, and painless removal of skin tags.

How does Excilor Skin Tag Treatment work?

When in place, the Excilor Skin Tag Treatment device stops the flow of blood to the skin tag by way of ligation. The skin tag then gradually withers away in a safe way, with negligible risk of scarring and no pain. The skin tag must be maxed 3 mm in diameter at the base and max 5 mm in height.

This Excilor Skin Tag Treatment package contains an applicator and 3 skin tag devices, each one for the removal of one skin tag

How quickly does Excilor Skin Tag Treatment work?

The Excilor  Skin tag Treatment device is removed after 6 days.
When removing the device, the withered skin tag is normally removed as well.

Can someone who is pregnant or breastfeeding use Excilor Skin Tag Treatment?

Excilor  Skin tag Treatment is safe to use during pregnancy and when breastfeeding.

Who should not use Excilor  Skin tag Treatment?

  • Under 18 years
  • History of skin cancer or skin lesion diagnosed as pre-cancerous
  • Diabetes patients
  • Removal of skin tags On the following locations: eyes, eyelids, face, lips, inside your mouth, nose, anus, genitals or buttocks.

What is a Skin Tag?

Skin tags are small growths that hang off your skin. They’re common and harmless, but can be removed if they’re bothering you.

Skin tags are small, soft, skin-coloured growths on your skin. They can vary in colour and size – from a few millimetres up to 5cm wide.

Skin tags are usually found on the neck, armpits, around the groin, or under the breasts. They can also grow on the eyelids or under the folds of the buttocks.

They can look like warts, but skin tags are usually:

  • smooth and soft (warts tend to be rougher with an irregular surface)
  • knobbly and hang off the skin (warts are usually slightly raised or flat)
  • not contagious (warts spread very easily, so a sudden outbreak or cluster of growths is more likely to be warts)

Skin tags do not usually cause any pain or discomfort.


Skin tags are made of loose collagen fibres and blood vessels surrounded by skin. Collagen is a type of protein found throughout the body.

Both men and women can develop skin tags. They tend to occur in older people and people who are obese or have type 2 diabetes.

Pregnant women may also be more likely to develop skin tags as a result of changes in their hormone levels. Some people develop them for no apparent reason.

Skin tags tend to grow in the skin folds, where the skin rubs against itself, such as on the neck, armpits or groin. This is why they tend to affect overweight people who have excess folds of skin and skin chafing.


Skin tags are harmless and do not usually cause pain or discomfort.

However, you may consider having skin tags removed if they’re affecting your self esteem, or if they snag on clothing or jewellery and bleed. You’ll usually need to pay to have this done privately.

This is because skin tag removal is regarded as cosmetic surgery, which is rarely available through the NHS. Cosmetic surgery is usually only available on the NHS if the problem is affecting your physical or mental health.

Sometimes, skin tags fall off on their own if the tissue has twisted and died from a lack of blood supply.

Do not try to remove a skin tag without speaking to a GP first. If you have a skin tag that’s causing problems, consider making an appointment with a privately practising GP to have it removed.

Skin tags can easily be burnt or frozen off in a similar way to how warts are removed. They can also be surgically removed, sometimes using local anaesthetic.

Freezing or burning skin tags can cause irritation and temporary skin discoloration, and the skin tag may not fall off and further treatment may be needed.

Surgical removal has the advantage of removing the skin tag completely, but there is a risk of minor bleeding.

If your skin tag is small with a narrow base, your GP may suggest that you try to remove it yourself.

For example, they may suggest tying off the base of the skin tag with dental floss or cotton to cut off its blood supply and make it drop off (ligation).

Never attempt to remove large skin tags yourself because they’ll bleed heavily.

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What is the price of  Excilor Skin Tag Treatment in UK

The price of  Excilor Skin Tag Treatment is £18.99

Where can you buy Excilor Skin Tag Treatment?

You can buy Excilor Skin Tag Treatment at Dock Pharmacy Essex UK, UK Online Pharmacy.

Can you buy Excilor Skin Tag Treatment Over the counter?

Excilor Skin Tag Treatment is available to buy over the counter.



How To Use

HOW TO USE Excilor® Skintag Treatment
The Excilor® Skintag Treatment device consists of this instruction for use
as well as:
– 1 applicator
– 3 discs on a blister carrier on a base

Clean the area around the skin tag with a washcloth and warm water. A mild soap can be used, However, avoid soaps and cleansers with oils, as well as impregnated wipes, since residue can prevent the plaster from sticking to the skin. Dry the area around the skin tag carefully.
Remove the applicator unit from the packaging as shown in fi gure 1. Hold the applicator as shown in fi gures 2.
Align the 2 indents of the blue part of the applicator base, with the 2 arrows printed on the plaster (enlarged view of fi gure 2).
Push down the white top so the applicator pushes through the center of the device (see figure 3), until it cannot be pushed further

Pull back the applicator to remove the device from the blister carrier (figure 4).
Place the device over the base of the skin tag (fi gure 5) with one leg of the applicator on each side of the skin tag.
Then apply the device on the skin by pressing down the blue part of the applicator (figure 6). Press down and hold for a minimum of 5 seconds.
The device will automatically be locked in place on the skin tag. Lift the applicator away (figure 7).
Remove the paper liner by pulling the flap as indicated. (figure 8).
Press the surface of the plaster cover with a finger to ensure that the adhesive sticks well to the skin (figure 9) and leave in place for 6 days (figure 10).
Do not scratch, rub or pick the plaster. Showering can take place, however, do not soak the area in water and do not go swimming.
Avoid soap, shampoo, hair products, body lotion, cream and oily substances on the area, as it can cause the plaster to loose prematurely

WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN REMOVING the Excilor® Skintag Treatment device
The Excilor® Skintag Treatment device is removed after 6 days.
When removing the device, the withered skin tag is normally removed as well.
Should Excilor® Skintag Treatment device fall of during the recommended period of use, do not replace, but wait 10 days to see if the treatment was successful. A normal plaster can be placed over the skin tag during this period. If the treatment was not successful, apply a new Excilor® Skintag Treatment device on the skin tag and remove after 6 days.

Product Details

This product must be handled carefully and in accordance with the
instructions for use.
Do not use Excilor® Skintag Treatment for removal of skin tags on the eyelids or near the eye, if the skin tag is not fl esh coloured, does not fi t within the diameter of the applicator (the skin tag must be max. 3mm in diameter at the base and max 5 mm in height) or is bleeding.
Consult your doctor, prior to use, if you have a history of skin cancer, have Hemophilia or if the skin tag shows signs of skin disease or infection.
Note that the skin tag device might not stay in place in groin or skin folds.
Note that the withered skin tag will be necrotic after a few days. This is normal as the device will stop the fl ow of blood to the skin tag.
If you are in any doubt about whether the condition in question is in fact a skin tag, you should contact your doctor before initiating self-treatment.

Do not use Excilor® Skintag Treatment if you are allergic to one or more of its ingredients/materials. For external use only. Keep out of reach and sight of children. Do not use under the age of 18 years. Do not use if the device is damaged.

Excilor® Skintag Treatment is safe to use during pregnancy and when breastfeeding.

Store out of the reach of children.

Store at 2-30°C, away from direct sunlight and in the original packaging.

Do not use Excilor® Skintag
Treatment after the expiry date.
This Excilor® Skintag Treatment product can be disposed of as household waste.

Side Effects

Excilor® Skintag Treatment has no known side effects. The skin tag will be removed without pain and negligible scarring. A slight sensation during treatment might be felt after a few days. Leave the device in place.
Insignifi cant bleeding might occur upon removal of the device.
A tiny mark might appear on the skin, however, it will disappear after some time


Carrier: Polyester and synthetic rubber / Disc: Polyoxymethyllene (POM) /
Cover: Polyester and Acrylat

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Delivery Options

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UK Delivery

Standard Delivery within the UK £3.50 Delivery time 3-4 days
First Class Delivery within the UK £5.90 Delivery time 1-2 days
Priority Delivery within the UK £7.10. Next day delivery by 1pm. Order must be placed by 1pm. Priority delivery is only available Monday to Thursday.

Europe Delivery

Standard Delivery within EEC from £12.50 Delivery time up to 5 days depending on the local delivery service within your country.
Expedited Delivery within EEC £39.50 Delivery time 2 days. Delivery by DHL, UPS or TNT.

Rest of the World

Standard Delivery Rest of the World from £16.10 Delivery Time 10 – 15 Days
Expedited Delivery Rest of the World £55.09 Delivery 5 days. Delivery service by DHL, TNT or UPS

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