It’s time for Provent Skin Tag Remover review – a product that comes with a new approach in removing skin tags.
But is this treatment really worth it? I would think twice:
- weak formula
- quite pricey
- not effective for most people
I did some careful research to give you the truth behind these patches.
Note: This review is based on my opinion + research on Provent Skin Tag Remover.
Full Name: Skin Tag Remover Patches by ProVent
Product Type: Skin Tags Remover
Best Actual Price: Around $12
Cheapest Place To Buy: Amazon
Designed For: Quick removal of skin tags
My Rating: 4 out of 10
Recommended?: Not really – it doesn't have great features:
- weak ingredients
- works very slow (if any)
- many customer complaints
I know a good skin moles & tags remover that is also made of natural ingredients, but it's a lot more potent.
What I Liked About It
- Designed as patches (for a local application)
- Made from natural ingredients
- Has many authentic reviews
- Really affordable (at first sight at least)
What I Didn’t Like About It
- Based on a homeopathic formula
- Ingredients are highly diluted
- Takes a long time to work
- No assurance that it really works
- Lots of negative reviews and complaints
Provent In A Nutshell
Provent Skin Tag Remover has a different approach to removing skin tags.
What exactly does this mean?
Instead of being formulated as oil/cream, it's a patch infused with blended oils.
However – this looks great at first until you notice several issues:
- only a homeopathic treatment
- works pretty slow
- weak formula
So even though the idea is good, it's not a product I would recommend.
Medically speaking, homeopathic products are not very effective.
It's true that some people swear by them – but I'm not a fan, to be honest.
Getting back to Provent, it may sound super cheap:
- a box costs around $12
- it contains 30 patches
Still – this quantity is not enough to remove all skin tags since this process takes time.
Lastly – the patch is not suitable for larger blemishes, so you need other products for that.
Now – if you don't mind slow results, you can try this product, as it's easy to use.
But if you're looking for a faster option for different sizes of tags, you better look for alternatives.
There are far better options on the market that are more worth it.
#1 – Claims & Producer
This product is pretty different from others – so let's see the things you need to know about it:
- how it works
- what skin issues it targets
- who is the producer
This product claims to “feature a cutting edge delivery system” of their oil-based formula.
As for its mechanism of action – here's what you should know:
- covers and conceals
- tag dries and falls away
- conditions the skin
Now, Provent is not formulated as a cream or oil.
As I mentioned, it has a unique approach to removing skin tags.
It's a clear medicated patch infused with an oil-based formula.
Now – one box of this product includes 30 patches, which claim to remove 1-2 skin tags.
Honestly, using 30 patches for 1-2 blemishes seems quite a lot to me.
So you're basically having to change the patch extremely often.
If you ask me, that's not completely worth it.
2. Company Behind
The producer of this product is called Provent Health.
Upon checking its website, I noticed several things:
- their products are mostly skin treatment (eczema, psoriasis, warts, moles, skin tags, etc.)
- they also sell oil blends as aromatherapy
- all products are formulated as oils, sprays, patches, etc.
If you ask me, all the products of this brand are based on homeopathic treatments.
Once again, I'm not a big fan of these remedies because they have no clinical evidence.
In terms of contact, you can reach out to this brand through their contact number.
So at first sight – I would say that this company is legit and it's okay to buy from them.
#2 – Formula (4 out of 10)
Since this is a homeopathic product, it's obvious that it's made of natural ingredients.
Now – I kept giving out my view on homeopathic products.
And as you probably know, it's not a great one:
- active ingredients are severely diluted
- their actual doses are insignificantly low
So medically and mathematically speaking – these ingredients have no value.
Still, some people swear by homeopathic remedies – so opinions are quite mixed up.
Back to Provent's product, here's what exactly it contains:
Now – let's take a look at the active and inactive ingredients inside it.
1. Active Ingredients
Basically – there are 3 so-called active ingredients inside this product.
I say “so-called active” because their actual doses are very low.
In fact – they are too low to make an actual difference if you ask me:
- Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree Oil) 0.8% – dehydrates skin tags 
- Thuja Orientalis 6% – dries and removes skin tags 
- Vitamin E (Tocopheryl Acetate) 0.5% – helps moisturize and soothe the skin
To be honest, I expected a lot more compounds of this type.
But Provent's product only contains 3, which is quite disappointing.
Again – homeopathic ingredients don't have the assurance to work at all.
There are no solid studies/papers to prove their actual effectiveness.
That's why I'm a bit reluctant about them.
2. Inactive Ingredients
These are the compounds worth mentioning in this chapter:
- Origanum Vulgare Leaf Oil (Oregano)
- Linalool and Limonene
- Citral and Citronellol
Now – these compounds provide anti-oxidants and have some anti-inflammatory properties. 
Still, they're labeled as inactive.
This means they have no effect in terms of removing blemishes.
All they do is improve the product's scent and aspect.
Honestly – there are only a few ingredients inside this product.
So I doubt they are strong enough to remove skin tags right away.
That's why Provent is not among my recommended products.
Since it's also homeopathic, I like it even less than before.
#3 – Consistency & Dosage (6 out of 10)
Now – let me start by describing the look of these patches:
- clear film
- round in shape
- aromatic scent
To give you an idea, they look similar to pimple patches.
So far, what I like the most about this product is the ease of application.
If you're familiar with stickers, this product works pretty much the same:
- Clean the target area and don't apply any product.
- Peel the patch and place it directly over the skin tag.
- Wait for at least 12 hours before removing it.
Again – this product is infused with homeopathic ingredients.
And unfortunately – there's no info about how often you should use it to remove skin tags.
So in terms of instructions, it's not clear enough, if you ask me.
#4 – Results (5 out of 10)
Honestly – I'm quite curious about how this product works for most customers.
So I checked the user reviews, to give you different perspectives about it.
Note: I only analyzed authentic reviews, not promotional or fake ones.
1. Positive Opinions
I saw thousands of reviews about this product on Amazon.
But let me give you the common opinions of happy customers:
- Most of them claim that it works.
- Some said that it's easy to use and not high maintenance.
- People with sensitive skin reacted well to these patches.
These reviews are enough for me since this product is not very complicated to use.
And so far, it looks like enough customers liked this skin tags remover.
Still – it only got a 3/5 stars rating, so it's not that amazing.
2. Negative Opinions
If you're curious, here are the comments of people who gave this product only 1 star:
- Most complaints were about the product not being effective.
- Others mentioned that it took a long time before it started working.
- Some had to buy more than one box to see results.
- The rest said that it's a waste of money.
- A few people experienced several adverse effects.
As you can see, there are enough complaints about this product as well.
In addition – there are also some customers who pointed out that this product only removes small skin tags.
I somehow expected this, since I don't think these patches are potent enough.
There are a lot of authentic customer reviews about this product, which is great.
But they are clear enough to show these patches are pretty weak.
Again – they are infused with homeopathic ingredients only.
That's why I wouldn't expect too much from them.
So I really advise you to check other alternatives, that are a lot more powerful (yet gentle).
#5 – Side Effects (7 out of 10)
As I mentioned, these patches are infused with blended oils.
That's how they claim to remove skin tags.
Still – these oils are homeopathic, so they have a very low dose.
But surprisingly, there are enough users who experienced side effects:
- skin burns
- red marks
- allergic reactions
The only good part is that these issues seem to be quite isolated.
So Provent's product doesn't seem to cause some severe issues on a regular basis.
#6 – Price (9 out of 10)
As I previously mentioned, this product takes a lot of time to work.
And I don't think it's a good option in terms of price.
I say this despite the fact that it has a really affordable cost.
1. The Exact Price
There are several sellers on Amazon offering this product and most prices are a little lower.
But to make sure we're looking at the real product, let's focus on its official website:
- Standard Price is $12.99
- One box contains 30 counts of patches
- Refunds are available for 30 days after purchase
Now – this product is surely available.
So even if you try it out and it doesn't work, you're still not losing too much.
But I personally would not go for it, simply because it's pretty weak (even for this price).
Based on its user feedback, one box isn't enough to solve your issues.
So in the end, it can cost you more than it may seem at first.
Still – I can't deny the fact that it's very affordable for a skin tag remover (though it's very weak).
2. Competitors’ Price
Let me give you an alternative, which I consider to be the #1 skin tags & moles remover.
I am talking about Amarose:
- Amarose is made of natural ingredients.
- Provent has natural ingredients too but it's a homeopathic product.
- So its compounds come in a very small dose.
- Amarose works really well against skin tags.
- Provent takes a longer time to work.
- Amarose normally costs $60, but you get it for only $39 (discounted).
- Provent only costs $12.99, but you need more than one box.
Now, Amarose might look very expensive, compared to Provent.
But if you think about it, you only need a few drops for some pretty fast results.
Also – Amarose works for larger skin tags, so it's the better choice.
At least that's the product I would go for.
Overall – this product is not as cheap as it seems at first sight.
That's because you need to buy more than one box to see results.
Plus – it takes a lot more time to work than typical tag/mole removers.
So in terms of price, it's surely not a bad option – since it's so cheap.
But I would surely prefer a stronger alternative that works for real.
#7 – Provent In 3 Ideas
Here’s how I would sum up my opinion about these patches.
1. Natural Ingredients
The good thing about this product is that it's infused with herbal extracts:
- gentle to the skin
- lower risk of side effects
- suitable for people with sensitive skin
However – I doubt these patches will work for lots of people.
That's because it's a homeopathic remedy.
And as I kept saying – homeopathy doesn't have solid studies behind it.
Plus, logically speaking – I'm personally not a big fan of it at all.
2. Unique Approach
In terms of how you should use it, I think this is one of the easiest tag/mole remedies:
- you only need to place the patch on the area
- then wait for 12 hours
As you can see – using this product is very simple.
Still, one patch isn't going to solve anything.
So you need to change and reapply a new one every couple of hours.
3. A Little Pricey
There are several factors why this product can cost more than expected:
- only works for smaller blemishes
- one box won't do too much
- takes weeks (or even months) to see results
Honestly – that's another reason why I'm not a fan of this product.
It's pretty affordable, that's for sure.
But keep in mind that one box isn't going to remove anything – so you will need at least one more.
My Verdict – Worth It Or Not?
Short answer: Not really, and I have several reasons for saying this:
- Weak (homeopathic) formula
- Works really slow
- No assurance that it will really work
- Can cost more in a long run
- Might cause allergies
Now, this product's approach to removing skin tags is unique.
But if you're looking for a fast way to get rid of these issues, I don't recommend it.
If you want to know which product I prefer, I have a better recommendation.
I'm talking about a product called Amarose:
- Made of strong and natural ingredients
- Gentle, safe and fast effect
- Effective in removing skin tags
- Low risk of causing side effects
- A lot of satisfied customers
Overall – this product is a good investment (even if it's a little pricier).
And that's because it works with different sizes of blemishes and it works really well.
So if you ask me, I really suggest you try Amarose instead of Provent.
In the long term – you will see that the effect is much better.
1 – https://www.healthline.com/health/-teatreeoil-skintags
2 – https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/-PMC1062158/
8 thoughts on “My Review: Provent Skin Tag Remover (2023) – Does It Work?”
This is some great information. I have skintags and moles, mostly in my back and neck, but I’m sure I have it probably all over. I’ve tried a lot of these and many years ago applied mostly herbal and homeopathic remedies regularly. I have thought about Provent but am afraid it will not work too.
I do like your information on Skincell Pro, I want to try that. I tried a product in the past, but it has a lot of side effects and gave me scars. I had to drop it because the side effects were really bad. So I’m really interested in trying this out as well as your recommendations. It’s sad that I still couldn’t find the best remedy for me.
I wish you lots of success,
Hey, Connie! I hear you and I understand your frustrations about finding the right and effective product for you. Have you tried products that are not entirely based on herbal and homeopathy? I think if these types of products don’t work for you at all, it’s time for you to look for other types of formula. To avoid side effects, I suggest you do your research and check the list of compounds present first before buying. Also, you can consult your doctor just to be more sure. Have a nice day!
Someone close to me has skin tags and has been complaining for quite some time now. I do suffer the same problem from time to time but is not that annoying like it’s something else. I liked that you have recommendations that you loved personally. Provent is also organic and it’s flexible. Do you think it will be good for me and my friend’s skin tags? Or should I go straight to Skincell Pro? Thanks for the recommendations. Very helpful for those of us who are suffering.
Hey, Bill! To answer your question, I suggest you compare both products first before deciding which one you want to try. As for me, Skincell Pro really worked for me and it did remove my skin tags. If you’re a fan of a homeopathic remedy, you can try Provent. But if you’re not that strict with the ingredients and want your skin tags to be removed right away, you can try Skincell Pro. Good luck!
I purchased provent skin tag and had my wife place one at a time ever day on the smallest tag on my back on Eight different occasion with NO results what so ever, NOT WORTH BUYING AT ALL!
Hello John, thanks a lot for your feedback on Provent. I’m sorry to hear it didn’t help you, unfortunately this product doesn’t have a very positive user feedback, so I can’t say I’m surprised by your results with it. The success of certain products for skin tags really depends from person to person. But if you want some products that have higher chances to be effective, take a look at my top recommendations.
Hope this helps!
I agree with you. Provent skin tag removal oil is weak and ineffective. I used it diligently for two moths and the skin tag looks unaffected. I wrote to the company and they offered to send my a coupon for another bottle,I declined the offer. Why would I need a second bottle of something that doesn’t work,
Thanks for the feedback on Provent, Jim.