Xanthelasma and Xanthoma Causes. Xanthelasma is common in today’s society. Xanthelasma is the deposition of cholesterol-laden histiocytes in the dermis. Why do I have it? Are there any underlying medical factors on why I have big yellow cholesterol bumps living on my eyelids?
A lipid disorder usually means that you have high levels of either low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol, (the main cause of Xanthelasma), or elevated levels of fats called Triglycerides.
If you have high LDL cholesterol levels, you probably have an increased risk for developing heart disease.
Xanthelasma And Heart Attack Risk Too much cholesterol is not good for your heart and could lead to you having a heart attack.
Using the likes of statins to control your cholesterol, you will still find that your Xanthelasma will not be removed, it will just stop growing. Thankfully, we have designed our xanthelasma and xanthoma removal cream specifically to remove your Xanthelasma and Xanthomas, with just a simple application, Xanthel ®.