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Xanthelasma Under Eyes And On Eyelids Xanthelasma is a skin condition in which fatty matter accumulates in  the bloodstream of the eye, due to the accumulation of lipids such as  cholesterol and triglycerides.

If you have high levels of fat in your blood, yellow deposits can form on your eyes.

If you have high levels of fat in your blood, yellow deposits can form on your eyes.

These yellow spots are not dangerous in the beginning but can slowly aggravate and trigger eye inflammation and grow very large.

The yellow-colored deposits consist of cholesterol-filled skin cells that appear mainly on the medial side of the eyelids.

These plaques include fats and lipids, consisting of cholesterol, and usually appear symmetrically under the eye and nose.

When found on both eyelids, they are known as Bilateral xanthelasma.

When found on both eyelids, they are known as Bilateral xanthelasma.

To Remove them easily, use Xanthel ® a dedicated xanthealsma removal cream.

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