I have a skin tag in my groin area, have had it for a while, it has grown to the pint where I feel discomfort. I tried using "Healing Natural Oil" to remove. The oil contains cedrus lycea and Melaleuca alternifolia. I started using Monday this week. At first no side affects but now when I apply it I become dizzy and light headed. Is it possible that this could be a reaction to the oil or is it just a coincidence that I am getting light headed the same time I started using the product? If so should I stop using or will the feeling go away once I use the oil for a while?
Sure - it gets rid of that one...but it doesn't prevent it from returning, even in the same spot. I had 3 surgically removed from my right thigh(not even near the genital area, but rather on the front of my thigh high up), but within three months three more appeared, all adjacent to the removed ones. Better to find a product to prevent occurences (as well as treat existing tags)...One possibility is a combination of tea tree oil (derived from the Maleleuca tree), cedrus lycea (from the Cedar plant), aloe vera and limonium (derived from Sea Lavender and/or some 120 flowering plants). More important is finding the cause, one of which may be HPV.
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