Moles / Skin Tags
Moles are usually pink, tan or brown. They can be flat or raised. They are usually round or oval. Skin tags stick out of the skin and may have a short, narrow stalk connecting it to the surface of the skin. It is usually small, but may be a half-inch long.
The tag is usually the same colour as skin, or a little darker. They are usually painless and do not grow or change. However, they may be irritated from rubbing by clothing or other materials. They may occur on the: neck, underarms, middle of the body, or under folds of skin, eyelids, or other body areas.
Osmosis believes that skin tags are caused by a virus and moles are usually caused by a fungus. Both are treatable by correcting their DNA. Catalyst makes them fall off over time.