Skin Tags Skin tags are soft, small, harmless, flesh-colored or slightly darker skin growths that are most commonly found on the neck, the armpits, or the trunk.
Fibromas Dermatofibromas are small red-to-brown bumps (nodules) that result from an accumulation of collagen, which is a protein made by the cells (fibroblasts) that populate the soft tissue under the skin.
Keratoses Seborrheic keratoses are flesh-colored, brown, or black growths that can appear anywhere on the skin. Seborrheic keratoses are round or oval and vary in size from less than ¼ inch to several inches. They appear to be stuck on the skin and often have a waxy or scaly surface.
The most common vasular lesion on human skin, consisting of clusters of dilated capillaries on the surface of the skin. This accounts for the cherry-red or purple color.
Spider veins (also called telangiectasias):
are clusters of tiny blood vessels that develop close to the surface of the skin. They are often red, blue, or purple; and they have the appearance of a spiderweb.
Flat warts are usually located on the face, on the neck, on legs, on hands and on fingers of a young man or woman. Moreover, they appear on the back of the hands or feet, but not on the plantar and palm.