Document Type : Case Report



Cutaneous skin tags are common skin growths, usually harmless, which protrude from the skin and may have a short, narrow stalk. Typically, they are the same color as the skin or a little darker
and appear mostly in the axilla, groin, and cervical area. In this report, we present a 30-year-old female with pedunculated and sessile papules in both of her ear canals with no history of any
related illnesses and a negative family history. Histopathological examination of the papules showed intra-auricular skin tags. Most of the cases of skin tags near the ear canals are reported in
patients with congenital disorders and malformations. Therefore, to the best of our knowledge, this is the first reported case of skin tags in both ear canals in an otherwise healthy adult.