Top 6 Super Easy Skin Tag Removing Ideas Which are Completely Safe

Skin tags can really be annoying. Especially if it’s on your face, it can affect the way you look. Skin tags are common in all age groups and not only old age. A skin tag can look brownish or skin colored depending on the skin tone.

Though skin tags are harmless and painless, you can get rid of them by opting for natural ways. A surgical process for removing the tags is not a feasible option. You can also use Revitol skin tag removal cream for getting rid of skin tags. Creams are safe on your skin and there is no side effect too.

Listed are 6 super easy skin tag removing ideas that are safe, read on:

  1. Banana peel

Banana peel works well to remove your skin tag. You can simply apply the part of inner peel on the skin tag. The fibrous part of the banana peel acts on the tag and helps to remove the skin tag. You need to keep this for an hour. Repeat this process several times a week to get good results. Don’t continue if it does not suit you.

  1. Apple cider vinegar

The acid content of apple cider vinegar helps to remove the skin tag. You can take a cotton ball and dip it in apple cider vinegar. Place the cotton on the tag and seal it with a white tap. Keep it for a few hours and then wash it off. Repeat this process four times a week. Apple cider vinegar works like magic on your skin tags.

  1. Baking soda

Baking soda helps to outgrow the skin tags and warts. You can apply baking soda with castor oil for effective results. In one teaspoon of baking soda, add some castor oil. Apply it directly on the skin tag; you can keep this for one or two hours. Repeat this process for three to four weeks and you will see effective results.

  1. Witch hazel

Witch hazel extract has astringent properties that work on skin tags and removes them naturally. It also helps to maintain the Ph balance of your skin. Apply the extract on your skin tag and keep it for an hour. But, let it completely dry when you wash it off. You can repeat this process three times a week for great results.

  1. Ginger

Ginger has bioactive compounds and antimicrobial properties. It helps to remove the skin tags in the most natural way. Clean the area near your skin tag and pat dry. Apply natural ginger juice and keep it for an hour. Let it completely dry when you wash it off. You must do this five times a day if you want effective results for your skin tag.

  1. Garlic

Garlic has anti-fungal properties and it helps to remove skin tags in a natural way. Take a fresh garlic clove and make a paste out of it. Apply it to your skin tag and leave it for an hour. You must repeat this process twice a day. Check your skin suitability before you use this method.

You can also use Revitol skin tag removal cream for removing skin tags.

Power Bank Buying Tips

Almost everybody owns some form of mobile device these days, whether it’s a smartphone or tablet, a smartwatch or camera, a laptop or even a games console such as a Nintendo Switch. Each runs on battery power, and when that runs out users start getting frustrated. So a power bank that can keep all these gadgets going is an excellent gift – for yourself or for someone else.

Power banks are usually reasonably affordable, though as with all consumer tech you’ll find yourself paying through the nose for the top brands or fancy features. Hence we’ve put together our pick of the very best power bank deals available for Cyber Monday 2018, as well as some handy buying advice tips.

We can hardly believe our eyes at this deal: a five-pack of emergency power banks for just £8.99! They won’t be anything special, and at 2,000mAh are unlikely to provide a full charge for your phone, but at this price they could be an extremely handy gadget to throw in the bag and not worry too much about. They would also make great stocking fillers.

You can find our full selection of power bank deals here, as well as our pick of all the top Cyber Monday tech deals.

Keep your eyes peeled for Amazon Lightning deals on power banks too.

To know more about the models of Solar Power Bank, Click on the 10 Best Solar Power Bank Review 2018 (Portable & Extended support) article.

Power Bank Buying Advice

All power banks have the same primary function: to charge other devices over USB. However, you’ll find a variety of designs, some with multiple USB outputs and others that include Lightning or USB-C as well as the standard USB-A and Micro-USB ports. These days you can also find power banks that charge wirelessly, recharge themselves using solar power, and have power outputs high enough for a laptop or games console.

The number and type of inputs and outputs, whether or not there’s an LCD screen, and extra features such as waterproofing and passthrough charging are all down to the user. The two things you really need to watch out for are capacity and power output.

Unless otherwise specified most power banks will run at around 65% efficiency, which means only 65% of whatever is their rated capacity will be available to charge your device. So if you’re looking to fully charge a 3,000mAh phone you need a 4,615mAh power bank (3000/65×100). If you want to charge it twice you need a 9,230mAh power bank.

If you want a pocketable power bank it really needs to be no higher in capacity than 10,000mAh. Around 15,000mAh is good for throwing in a bag, while anything over this is a proper chunk but good for several days’ life away from mains power.

For a phone or tablet almost any power bank will suffice. Avoid slow 5W (5V/1A) outputs like the plague, especially for tablets such as the iPad, but 10W (5V/2A) and 12W (5V/2.4A) connections are now pretty common. Many power banks support Quick Charge, which is faster still, but useful only if your mobile device also supports the standard. If it does not it will still charge, but no faster than usual.

If you’re looking to charge a laptop or the Nintendo Switch, know that these require more power than is provided by a standard USB connection. This can be delivered by power banks that support power delivery, which is anything up to 100W. The exact charge you need depends on your individual device – the information is not always easily available, but a good rule of thumb is to check the spec printed on the charger it was supplied with.

If you’re charging a Nintendo Switch, ensure you are using a cable with a 56 OHM resistor or you risk bricking your console. The cable supplied with the Nintendo Switch will do the job.

RAV Power Bank

While most aspects of phones improve with each new model, one aspect that often doesn’t improve is battery life, which means a power bank can be a very useful thing to have. The question then is which to buy, but with this article we’ll help guide you through that, with a particular focus on RAVPower.

RAVPower is a fairly large name in power banks so you might well be considering one of its products already, especially if you’re reading this, and they’re generally a good option, but there are some things to consider when deciding whether to buy a RAVPower power bank and when deciding which to buy.