Xanthelasma Removal

Xanthelasma Removal Treatment - What Is Xanthelasma?

Xanthelasma, or xanthelasma palpebrarum (XP), is a harmless, yellow growth that appears on or by the corners of your eyelids next to your nose. Cholesterol deposits build up under your skin to form a xanthelasma.

A xanthelasma is a soft, yellowish, fatty deposit that forms under your skin. It can be harmless but may signal an underlying issue with your lipid levels or be an early sign of heart disease.

If you’ve got bumpy yellow patches on the inside corners of your eyelids or around your eyes, you might have a condition known as xanthelasma palpebrarum (XP).

It’s not harmful, but in rare cases, it may be an indicator of possible heart disease. That’s why it’s a good idea to get Xanthelasma Removal Treatment and to have it checked by your doctor or a dermatologist.

Xanthelasma Removal - Who Does Xanthelasma Affect?

Half of the people with xanthelasmas have high cholesterol levels. Healthcare providers usually see these levels in people with the kind of high cholesterol you get from your parents or some liver diseases.
However, the other 50% of people with xanthelasmas don’t have high cholesterol.

#Risk factors#

– Being assigned female at birth
– Overweight
– A tobacco product habit
– High cholesterol
– Diabetes
– High blood pressure
– Family history of high cholesterol or xanthelasma

You can get xanthelasmas between ages 20 and 70. Most people get them between the ages of 35 and 55.

What Are The Symptoms Of Xanthelasma Removal?

Xanthelasmas are areas of yellow skin around your eyelids.. They may be:

Xanthelasma Removal - Can Xanthelasma Go Away On Its Own?

No. A xanthelasma doesn’t go away without treatment. Instead, it stays the same size or gets bigger. You can’t pop or squeeze a xanthelasma like a pimple. Products you can buy without a prescription and use on your own could burn your skin, so it’s best to see your healthcare provider instead for Xanthelasma Removal.

Xanthelasma Removal And How Is It Treated?

The patches probably won’t go away on their own. They’ll either stay the same size or grow over time.

If you’re worried about how they look, you can have Xanthelasma Removal with one of these methods:
-Dissolve the growth with medicine
-Freeze it off with intense cold (they’ll call this Cryotherapy)
-Remove it with a laser
-Take it off with surgery
-Treat it with an electric needle (you might hear this called electrodesiccation)

These treatments work well, but there can be side effects like:

-Changes in skin colour
-Turned-out eyelid
-The growths may come back, especially if you have inherited high cholesterol.

Technologies Used To Treat Xanthelasma

RevLite™ SI recognized as the “gold standard” a new-generation Q-Switched Nd:YAG laser. A multi-purpose, multi-wavelength system provides greater efficacy, comfort, and maximum power (treat a wide range of indications with 60% more power).

Healite II is a useful addition to virtually all aesthetic treatments. It is the most popular piece of equipment in the entire surgery as it can be used pre and post all our non-surgical treatments for enhanced recovery.

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