Xanthelasma And Xanthoma Treatment Options
What are the symptoms of having Xanthelasma?
Xanthelasma can be diagnosed by the colour of the patches and its appearance around the eye area. Sometimes Xanthelasma can be mistaken with other skin disorders such as Syringoma.
Syringoma are commonly 1-3mm in size and appear as flesh-yellowish coloured benign bumps that are caused by the overgrowth of cells from the sweat glands.
How can Xanthelasma be treated?
Once the condition has been diagnosed by a professional, if the diet and cholesterol levels are under control, it is possible to start looking at ways to treat the yellow plaques. There are a number of options available to remove and reduce the appearance of the yellow plaques – although like all medical procedures, these come with some risks.
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Some people suggest that you rub a clove of garlic on your Xanthelasma and it may be of some benefit to your Xanthelasma. Garlic contains two key compounds, a sulphur-rich amino acid called Allicin and a protein-based enzyme called Allinase. Garlic is great for minor infections and not so good at controlling viruses, but it will help some people. Garlic’s’ infection and virus control comes from the Allinase enzyme.
For a few people, treatment does work, as they are miss-interpreting Xanthelasma for a Staphylococcus Bacteria eye infection (Stye). Stye are puss filled painful infections that appears on the eyelids. A good way to check is, if it is painful when squeezed, it is usually a Stye. As our Xanthelasma medical breakdown shows, as with the more in-depth explanation of what Xanthelasma are, Xanthelasma are painless cholesterol engorged collections of cells. Xanthelasma is neither an infection, nor a virus, hence one the keys ingredients of garlic are of little use in treatment for Xanthelasma.
There are suggestions that continually rubbing Garlic on the Xanthelasma will possibly have a benefit towards Xanthelasma treatment. This treatment is hoping to utilize the amino acid called Allicin in the Garlic. This will do nothing more than aggravate and irritate your skin. Over use will result in you burning your skin, due to burning off the renewing top cell layers on each application.
The Garlic may burn off a very fine layer of skin, but will usually leave you with a scar formation on that treated layer. If you apply it again, then you are doing nothing more than disturbing the scar cells even more ( unless you leave 2 months in between treatments ) and you will be now burning off another layer of protection and inducing more scar cells to accumulate and form in the area to protect the skin.
Continue this treatment for a long time and it is easy to see that the negatives towards this treatment start to out way the benefits. There is also the danger of getting it in your eye. The amino acids will damage the PH of the eye and cause a catalogue of problems.
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Xanthelasma and Castor Oil
Xanthelasma and Castor Oil treatment is similar to the Xanthelasma Garlic treatment. Castor Oil does have some small anti-bacterial properties, which come from the high levels of ricinoleic components. High cholesterol and elevated levels of triglycerides in your bloodstream increase your risk for getting heart disease or having a heart attack over time. Test result found that castor oil taken orally could for some people, slightly lower their cholesterol levels as well as their triglyceride levels. Whilst this will not remove the Xanthelasma, for a small percentage of people it has the ability to slow the process of Xanthelasma migration down.
Instead of using Castor Oil or Garlic as a form of control of your cholesterol levels, speak to your doctor. They can prescribe statins and other forms of cholesterol control. Taking statins will be of more benefit for cholesterol control than orally ingested Garlic or Castor Oil. Castor Oil does have some medicinal benefits, but mainly as a laxative. It is by its nature a triglyceride, with 90 % of its fatty acid chains being ricinoleate.
If anything, Xanthelasma and Castor Oil treatments are a negative, as Castor oil is a source of ricinoleic acid, a monounsaturated fatty acid. As previously stated in the medical section, high levels of triglyceride are one of the causes of Xanthelasma to spread, as well as being a medical issue in its own right, so replacing one fatty acid with another will have no benefits for the vast majority of the population. This foreign triglyceride fatty acid, ingested, has little, to no benefit to your successful Xanthelasma treatment.
Xanthelasma and Castor Oil Topical application.
If you have Xanthelasma or Xanthomas and Castor Oil topical application, (rubbed on your Xanthelasma), as a ‘give it a go’ option, then the following will explain why Xanthelasma treated with Castor Oil is actually a bad idea. This particular fatty acid (ricinoleic acid) in Castor Oil causes it to be more easily absorbed than most fats.
You are making your body by the nature of Castor Oil ingest triglyceride fatty acids even easier. This is the opposite for an effective fast Xanthelasma treatment. The fatty acid protein makes the skin soak in the very small levels (1% and under) of the six different acids which are in the chemical makeup of Castor Oil. As with Garlic, this will burn the top layer of skin and result in scar tissue formation.
If you damage the top layer of skin, your body produces scar tissues cells to protect the area. If you wait every 2 months for the scar (keloid) cells to dissipate, then after a very long time, if the Xanthelasma has not spread too much, then you will get to a point where you are soaking in to your skin high levels of triglyceride fatty acids, to destroy triglyceride and cholesterol fatty acids. There are also very inherent risks with getting Castor Oil in your eye. As with garlic, the acids will damage the PH of the eye and cause a catalogue of problems.
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Xanthelasma and Dermabrasion
Xanthelasma and dermabrasion treatments are just too aggressive for the treatment of Xanthelasma. For the majority of dermabrasion treatments, it is carried out in a doctor’s office / surgery. It is a process, where an offending layer of skin, is sanded off and utilization of small abrasive instrument attachments takes layers of skin off. It is very aggressive in its nature. Anaesthetics are used to control pain of the procedure.
This treatment is not recommended for Xanthelasma removal, as there are many known inherent risk associated with dermabrasion. It leaves your skin open to a multitude of infections and the treatment by its own nature will leave scar tissue and scars. It will also leave you very exposed to suffering from hyper-pigmentation, (where the area goes black) or hypo-pigmentation, (where the skin has no pigment and goes white). This is due to the nature of the process.
On a cellular level, the cells are shattered together and the large offending Xanthelasma cells and healthy bystander cells removed as a whole. The cells residing at the edge of the treatment are now hybridized cells, containing Xanthelasma. The process will eject corpuscle Xanthelasma cells thorough the nearby damaged cell walls. These cells just heal together as more Xanthelasma. This treatment spreads the Xanthelasma to a larger area with a scar from the initial treatment in the middle. The returning Xanthelasma plaque is deeper, more resilient and more often than not, even larger.
Xanthelasma micro – dermabrasion treatments
The same issues with dermabrasion for Xanthelasma and xanthoma removal are applicable for micro dermabrasion. This is a less aggressive style of skin removal, but skin sanding non the less.It is a more controlled version of dermabrasion. If used on normal skin for resurfacing, then it has a beneficial effect, promoting healthy cells to replace the older healthy cells.
When it comes to treatment for Xanthelasma, then the results are the same for basic dermabrasion, the offending area is ground down with the outside cellular areas receiving deployments of corpuscle Xanthelasma cells.
Dermabrasion and micro-dermabrasion by the nature of the treatment, are meant to destroy cells and microscopically mix together cells. This promotion of skin damage and scar tissue tensioning is why it is suitable for wrinkle treatments.
Scars, hyper or hypo-pigmentation, as well as high risks of infection, all point towards this not being a suitable treatment for Xanthelasma.
If you are one of the very few people whom suffer from none of these effects, then you will still see a return of your Xanthelasma, due to the cellular destruction and hybridized healthy / Xanthelasma cells. You would have gone through getting your eyelids resurfaced, only to find that the problem will return with vigor.
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Xanthelasma and Electrolysis
Electrolysis as a treatment for Xanthelasma removal is very invasive, time consuming and not very successful. Electrolysis is commonly found marketed as a treatment for hair removal in the beauty industry. A very thin needle is pushed into the bases of a hair follicle and an electrical current is passed through it.
The resulting heat will cauterize and shrivel the surrounding hair follicle and the base of the hair will die and drop out. It is very effective for hair removal, especially if it used to treat the three growth cycles of hair. When it comes to being utilized as a viable treatment for Xanthelasma, then the cautery aspect upon the cells makes this treatment ineffective.
The basics of the electrolysis process are as follows.A practitioner would be in succession, sticking a needle into your eyelid and heating it up, repeating this process for up to 15 minutes until the cautery aspect of the treatment makes the plaque appear shriveled and scorched.
The electrolysis micro current has a set tolerance range in the healthy cells of our body and bursting the cells walls with intense heat will make healthy cells regrow again. Cholesterol, one of the main ingredients in your plaque, on the other hand is not as electroporal as a healthy cell, (it has a higher tolerance to withstanding an electrical micro current.
If Xanthelasma is treated by electrolysis then the cholesterol induces denser packing of the lipids, reducing the extent of both membrane electroporation and electro elongation of the vesicles. The treatment would lead to phase wall separation of the cells.
If all the localized cell walls are destroyed, via the current, then you are shriveling up the outer structure of the Xanthelasma, only for it to slowly reform. You are not thoroughly removing the Xanthelasma, just packing it tighter, so it gives the impression of removing the Xanthelasma.
When, the Xanthelasma returns, due to the treatment, packing the lipids and cholesterol closer together, the resulting plaques will be harder to remove. There is also the treatment aspect of sterility and the top surface of skin, exposed to the elements. This will increase risks of infection as well as layered scarring.
Xanthelasma TCA Treatment.
Using Tca to treat Xanthelasma ot Xanthomas, is it effective and what are the dangers? Xanthelasma or Xanthomas Tca treatment is very similar to Xanthelasma treated with Electrolysis. The Tca is applied by some doctors to destroy the cell walls of both healthy and mutated cells. Your Xanthelasma would be treated in a doctor’s office or similar and is a painful process.
Doctors are moving away from this form of treatment, as have individuals, due to the Xanthelasma, in as up to 95% of cases returning, also due to the aggressive nature of the Xanthelasma tca treatment.
Destruction of the cell walls is achieved by the corrosive nature of the industrial acid. There is no cellular deformation but a more, extreme cellular liquidation.The Tca initially is non-soluble until it reaches 20 degrees centigrade, then it starts to mix with the water in the cells. When it reaches the standard 37 degrees centigrade of the patient, it is at full penetrating corrosion, liquidizing everything around it.
This complete 180-degree liquidation will be enhanced by the reaction of the acid with the water in the cell, making it strengthen until it is too strong to support its own chemical makeup and it dissipates.
Xanthelasma Tca Removal Post Treatment
As the treated area heals, the cell walls strengthen to overcome the destruction. The healing cell encapsulates Xanthelasma into the forming cells, making for a denser deep plaque.
On return the plaque is also carrying keloid scar tissue elements, so a more resilient plaque forms but in a lot more different areas.
The returning Xanthelasma can appear anywhere around the outer edges of the treated area. Scar tissue and hyper / hypopigmentation risks are a very high due to the uncontrolled destruction of the treatment.
The treatment will migrate the Xanthelasma away from the destroyed scarred treated area and the ongoing multiple follow up treatments will be chasing the problem around your eyelids. Each treatment leaving scars in its wake. The result is called the Koebner phenomenon.
Isn’t Tca very dangerous?
Your skin is delicate. It may with stand the lumps and bumps of life but Xanthelasma removal with Tca is dangerous. The Tca approach is uncontrollable, trying to use Tca to treat a multitude of Xanthelasma treatment variables, will lead to more complications.
Though it may work for a very small percentage of the population with the exact skin structure to support such an aggressive technique, the fact that the clients return rate for enhanced issues from the treatment are too high to justify the treatment.
There are also the obvious health issues arising from having a very corrosive chemical so close to you eye. Upon the Tca reaching your eyes, the acid would strengthen and cause a lot of damage, with the potential of even blinding you.
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Xanthelasma and Xanthomas and Lasers
Xanthelasma laser treatment is very dangerous and is not a recommended treatment for Xanthelasma removal, even if you are utilizing the skill of a doctor or surgeon. The possible Xanthelasma treatment utilizes the same concepts as electrolysis in regards of cellular cauterization, but its destructive nature will also explode surrounding cell walls.
A Ruby laser or ND yag Q-switch laser would be the only applicable laser to use. Both are incredibly dangerous in the wrong hands. A Ruby laser would atomize the top layer of skin and continue to burn the Xanthelasma. The very small layer of skin, which is behind the Xanthelasma, is also vaporized, in all but the most specialized of hands.
A ND yag Q-switch laser will possibly circumvent the destruction of the top layer of skin due to it being set within the parameters of the same light frequency of your skin, but due to the thinnest of the eyelid and the harshness of the treatment, the top layer of skin usually suffers from exposure and thus risks infection.
The energy of the laser shots obliterates anything in its path on a cellular level. Firing a laser aimed at your Xanthelasma, which most times has the back of your eye in its path, is never a good idea. The strength of a ND yag Q-Switch laser is so that legally across the world, you have to wear glasses to operate them.
If a beam of laser, even for a Nano second goes through the eyelid or is exposed to the eyeball, then the resulting damage is in most time irreversible. A damaging laser shot in the eye is that quick that you do not even have time to blink. You blink at a 1/3 of a second, a ND Q-switch, fires at 6-10 pulses a second.
ND yag q-switch lasers are used to cut metal, so your eyelid and plaque thickness has no real stopping power over the laser. You could use an eyeball cup, where a piece of titanium in the shape of your eye fits over your eyeball.
The issues with this technique would be that the laser beam has the potential to be ricocheted behind the eye. The laser causes explosions in the cellular wall, but most of its penetrating power aims downwards through your eyelid.
The cellular liquidation is a recipe for Xanthelasma regrowth, your skin changing colours and there is potential for a lot of scarring. This technique for Xanthelasma or Xanthoma removal is not a recommendation for a safe treatment.
Lasers and eyes should never mix.
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Xanthelasma and Surgery
Xanthelasma surgery is a sure fire way to get rid of Xanthelasma and xanthomas and a lot of money. For the vast majority of people, who commit to getting their Xanthelasma treated in this method will be Xanthelasma free. Most doctors will elect to perform this process if the Xanthelasma plaque is so large that it is distorting the eyelid. If the eyelid is to the point of distortion, then you have a very bad Xanthelasma problem.
If there is no infringement on your ability to see, then you will end up paying to get this treatment done by a plastic surgeon. A plastic surgeons’ bill always come will many zeros. All go to contribute to the specialist, the nurses, the theatre costs and the anaesthetist, as well as the aftercare.
It is a very invasive treatment and you will be committing a lot of time to both the treatment and the subsequent healing process. The Xanthelasma removal is carried out with a local anesthetic or a general anesthetic. A general anesthetic is highly recommended so the doctor can cut the plaque from your eyelids safely.
The images of someone coming towards your eye with a scalpel and cutting through your eye lid, is one you should be fast asleep for.
The consultant will incise the whole of the Xanthelasma out, cutting slightly larger than is needed area to make sure to pick up any residing hybridized cells. Due to the whole of the Xanthelasma plaque being cut out in one, this greatly reduces the Xanthelasma returning.
The negatives towards this process, is the price, the downtime and the scar from scalpel. The skin is glued back together with a medical grade Cyanoacrylate, (super glue) and there will be a hypo-pigmented line where the incisions were made.
The downtime comes from the hospital surgery and the follow up return appointments. The inherent dangers associated with a general anesthetic is also to be part of the equation in determining if this process is for you.
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