Duct Tape for Cherry Angioma

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Duct Tape
Posted by Betty (Dunlap, Illinois) on 09/30/2013
5 out of 5 stars

I discovered a very painful small cherry angioma with a small stalk on my torso two days ago. Previously I had had some success treating sebborheic keratoses by using duct tape to cover them. After several days, some keratoses came off on the duct tape in a marvelous way; some did not. (Some use this same remedy for warts.)

I covered the angioma with duct tape. Today, two days later, I examined the site, discovered a soft blackened mass which just painlessly came off. I am delighted because the angioma was very painful when touched.