What Do Skin Tags Look Like

What do skin tags look like? Here's how to identify these little harmless flaps of skin. Learn how to spot age tags so you can rest easy or, if your symptoms show to be something other than skin tags, you have the issue addressed promptly.

How large are skin tags?

Skin tags can vary in size, ranging anywhere from the size of a pinpoint to the size of a grape. Most commonly, though, they're a few millimeters in diameter.

What color are they?
Skin tags are usually the same color as your skin, but they can be shade or two darker.

What do skin tags look like?
The main thing that differentiates a skin tag from other skin growths is that it hangs from a piece of skin called a stalk. Skin tags are usually smooth, but can be wrinkled or irregular, too.

Where are skin tags found?
Usually skin tags form in high friction areas such as the armpit, the groin, under the breasts, the underside of arms, the neckline and the eyelids. 

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