Do You Have Xanthelasma Or Syringoma ? Xanthelasma palpebrarum is an imperfection triggered by cholesterol deposits on the skin  surface and normally occurs in clusters around the eyes. It is really  little to over one centimetre in size and is normally discovered under  the eyelids.

Syringoma on the other hand, resembles a  small whitehead, a raised fleshy lump, which can be singular in nature  or can develop in mass, normally in a cluster around the eyes, however  also on the nose, ears or perhaps under the eye sockets

It has a size of about 1 – 3 millimeters and  appears like a round bump on the skin surface, which is colored yellow  or off-white.

Syringomas can itch  if you sweat or if you are otherwise asymptomatic, i.e. they do not  bother you or reveal any other symptoms.


Xanthelasma palpebrarum is a little  flesh-coloured, skin-coloured lump in the eye that is normally yellowish  and can trigger itching or swelling.

Because of the way syringoma sometimes feels  and look, it can easily be misinterpreted for Xanthelasma, however it  is not actually composed of the exact same natural elements.

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