Skin tags are flesh-colored skin growths that form on parts of the body where skin rubs against skin, such as the neck, armpit, or groin. Skin tags are little flesh-colored or brown-colored fragments of skin that cling to the body in various places. They aren’t hazardous and don’t create any side effects. If the skin is continually plucked at or rubbed, the surrounding area might become irritated. Skin tags have a small stalk that connects them to the body.
STIs, or sexually transmitted infections, are diseases that transfer from one person to another through sexual contact. An infection can arise through contact with the genitals, anus, skin, or mouth.