Here we'll talk about actual ways that can help you get rid of skin tags in one night (perhaps the same day). And not like other methods where that "one night" comes after 6 months of using some home remedy.
Home remedies do work but they just take time. If you'd like to know what home remedies are best for skin tag removal, check out this post. However if you want to get rid of the skin tags as fast as possible, below are the professional ways that are proven to work:
Excision is when your doctor simply cuts off the skin tag using a surgical procedure. This process may sound harsh but it isn't painful. At the doctor's office, you know that you're in a sterile environment and there's hardly any chances of infection as compared to cutting off skin tags at home using a random pair of scissors that are rusty and have been inside the house for over a decade.
Cryotherapy is a process where your doctor freezes your skin tag with liquid nitrogen to make it fall off. You may already have heard about cryotherapy in terms of fitness and how much it helps athletes. It is considered just as effective in dermatology in terms of destroying abnormal skin tissues. Don't worry though, you're not going to freeze because the doctors usually numb the skin tag area before performing the procedure. Burning, redness, and scarring are some common side effects of this process but they fade away with time just like any other surgical procedure.
Cauterization involves burning the skin tag off using a device. This procedure also makes the skin tag fall off very quickly and is just as effective as the other two. The best part about this procedure is that the heat from the probe that burns off the skin tag already sterilize that area which minimises the risk of any infections. Although mild pain and redness are extremely common. This procedure is used for minor skin tissue removal only such as skin tags, so there's no need for stitches either.