noun, plural: skin tags
Skin tags are generally small although a few can reach up to half an inch in length. Thus, they look like bits of soft skin raised from the surface of the body. They usually occur on the face (especially on the eyelids), neck, armpit, inguinal folds, and crural creases. Since they are often found in skin folds and creases, skin tags seem to form on areas where there is frequent friction (e.g. skin to skin friction or clothes rubbing the skin).