LOS ANGELES — A California-based company says it has developed a method of removing skin tags from the feet of women who tick in their skin.
It is one of a number of startups in the country developing the technology, called tick removal, which can be used to remove skin tags that are not visible.
A company called SkinTag is also making a product called Tick-in-Skin.
“It’s the skin tag removal for women who are going to be in the public eye,” said Adam Kuczma, founder of SkinTag.
For now, the technology is only available in the U.S., but it is gaining traction in other countries.
The company says that in the past two years, it has removed more than 100,000 tags from women.
While there is no cure for tick-induced skin tags, it is often painful and painful to remove.
SkinTag says it will offer its technology to anyone who needs it.
We are looking forward to the day when it’s not necessary to take off the tag in order to remove it,” said Kuczias’ brother, Robert.
There are two types of tags.
First, there are a few tags that have to be removed surgically.
They include the tiny tag that attaches to the nail on the foot.
Most commonly, people remove them with a scalpel.
In some cases, the tags are attached to the inside of the foot, where they are difficult to remove surgically because they are embedded in the skin.