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Follow up on my Dec 2015 syringoma treatment & now removing my skin tag

Posted by My Syringoma Story on Tuesday, February 16, 2016, In : Skin Tag 
It's been a good 1.5 months since I've treated my syringomas at home with the Wart & Mole Vanish in December 2015 and all the red marks are gone. Of the bunch that I treated, 2 of them got removed and left a bit of scarring but I know they will fade over time, just like my past experiences whenever I remove them. The others that didn't disappear have at least gotten flatter. Looking back, I didn't use the emery board like I did when I removed them more successfully last year.  I only used the...
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I am a woman in my 30s who have had syringomas since I was in my early 20s. I usually use a cream to remove the biggest syringomas every year at home, by myself because they affect my self-esteem. It hurts when I do this. I know that they will always grow more and more on my face but I want to keep them under control so that I don't eventually get 100 syringoma bumps around my eyes at one time. It'll be a constant struggle and I've come to terms with what I have to do.
As always, research and buy with caution. There will always be new products out there and they can be really dangerous for your skin. I can't always get back to the comments on YouTube immediately with school and kids pulling my strings left and right but I appreciate all of your encouragement. Thank you readers and viewers for sticking with me and giving advice to me and others who have been going through the same skincare problems for so many years. Stay safe, everybody.

If you ever forget the name of my really long website, just type Syringomas.com, and it'll redirect you here. This website will still be here for as long as I am capable of maintaining it! Recently, I became an Amazon affiliate so links may earn a commission for me, but it's not much as barely anyone finds this website. If you're here, thank you and good luck with your bumps.