Small Xanthelasma are the small yellow to white swellings that  initially appear on your eyelids, near your nose. At first, they look  harmless, appearing on a regular basis on a high percentage of the  world’s population that is over 40. They will not remain small  Xanthelasma for long.

Xanthelasma must be considered as a marker of dyslipidemia and are  identified to more subtle lipid irregularities in your blood stream.

What Causes Small Xanthelasma

It has also been reported that some clients with xanthelasma palpebrarum, such as people with high blood pressure or high cholesterol, have increased LDL (Vldl) and reduced HDL

For some a subtle lipid disorder is the main route cause of the small  xanthelasma. For many it can be the secondary condition to a more  serious health concern.

Familial hypercholesterolemia and familial dysbetalipoproteinemia need to also be considered in clients with xanthelasma at a young age.

Although anybody can get xanthelasma truly,  some clients with the condition suffer from an underlying mostly  unrecognised condition that contributes to the formation of nodules.

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How To Remove Small Xanthelasma

How To Remove Small Xanthelasma

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