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Removing Skin tags - which is the best solution for removing skin tags? Did you know that skin tags are the single most common growth on human skin? Skin tags are a fleshy growth of our skin. They are harmless but they can be annoying. Skin tags are usually found on the neck, under the arms, around the groin, or under the breasts. Skin tags are more common among people who suffer from diabetes or obesity. In certain people, the friction created by rubbing skin against skin, which is a side effect of being overweight, causes skin tags. Skin tags may be medically removed by skin specialists with surgical methods. They can also be removed by freezing the area with nitrogen and then spraying super-cold nitrogen on the mole or skin tag. Some other scientific methods for removing skin tags include burning off the affected area. However, if these sound a little scary, here are some natural methods you might prefer for removing skin tags: Castor oil: by applying a paste of baking soda and castor oil to the skin tags, one can lighten the growth and eventually get rid of it. The paste should be applied for 2 to 4 weeks regularly. Banana peel: cut a piece of banana peel and apply it to the skin tag. Cover it with gauge tape and leave it overnight. This will make the skin tag fall off in just a few weeks. Pineapple juice: Since pineapple juice is known to have acidic properties, it can be used for the purpose of removing skin tags. Apply the juice to the skin tag and allow to dry. Do this 3 or 4 times a day and it won’t be long before the skin tag disappears. Nail polish: For removing skin tags, using nail polish is ideal. You simply need to apply nail polish over the affected area and then allow it to dry. As you remove the nail polish, the skin tag will also be removed. These natural remedies are safe and can be easily used at home. An important thing to note is that one should never try removing skin tags by surgical means at home. There are different ointments, pastes and creams available in the market that can help in removing skin tags easily.
4 May 2018
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BB Ki Vines- Pineapple juice
30 Sep 2017
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Master Sommalier Alpana Singh shows Fausto Fernós how to make a pineapple juice based cocktail. --Sent via *******heyspread**** : One shot video uploader
2 Aug 2007
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Here is a drink which contains one of the most tasty beverages on the planet: Spiced Rum. Add to that, some coconut rum and a bit of Blue Curacao and a splash of Pineapple juice and you've got a great after dinner beverage.
1 Sep 2009
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A gin based recipe with a bit of cointreau, pineapple juice and some grenadine. This drink is a bombardment of flavors all exploding in your mouth at the same time.
31 Jan 2009
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It's a bright green recipe, resembling a traditional glow stick in color. The contents are beautifully mastered, Midori, Coconut rum and pineapple juice make a wonderful must-try combination.
9 Jun 2009
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The tantric kiss, our first ice wine recipe. We're using Haamonii Smooth Shochu instead of vodka for this one and we're using a bit of pineapple juice and cranberry juice with a tiny splash of Peach Schnapps.
6 Aug 2009
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The scooby snack, yeah. This cocktail contains some midori melon liqueur, malibu coconut rum, pineapple juice and bailey's irish cream.
13 Aug 2009
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La la la la bomba, we're maxing up some Caramba tequila, cointreau, pineapple juice, some orange juice and a bit of grenadine. If you're into tequila and some delightful citrus, this might be a drink to try.
17 Aug 2009
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Hpnotiq and pineapple juice never tasted so good. We're splashing a bit of vodka for a little more kick and creating our first seasonal beverage of the year.
10 Dec 2009
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A cocktail with bite, this cocktail focuses dry vermouth and cointreau with lime juice and pineapple juice. Quite a different taste.
25 Mar 2010
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We're mixing 99 Banana's with coconut rum, raspberry vodka, pineapple juice and cranberry juice.
2 Apr 2010
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