Effective and completely natural xanthelasma treatment methods

Xanthelasma is one of the most common cases dermatologists treat on a daily basis. It is characterized by usually fatty growths inside the eyelids under the skin, which is often yellowish in colour. This yellowish patch is nothing but cholesterol that gets accumulated as a result under the skin of your eyelids. Xanthelasma varies in shape, and size may be as small as a pencil head to as large as a grape. Even though these patchy yellow marks known as xanthelasma won’t hurt you, it is a sign that you’re more likely to suffer from a coronary heart disease than others. Also, the xanthelasma marks are often a cause of discomfort for many people, and therefore, getting xanthelasma treatment and removal is the best way forward.

What are the symptoms of xanthelasma?

Xanthelasma is characterized by a yellow patch that is usually soft in nature, which develops beneath the skin. This accumulation of cholesterol in the form of patchy yellow marks is usually observed in adults and middle-aged people and is a common sign of high cholesterol levels in the body.

Therefore, it is very important to get in touch with a dermatologist and avail proper xanthelasma treatment, especially when the size of the xanthelasma grows bigger.

What causes xanthelasma?

Xanthelasma is caused due to a high level of bad cholesterol (LDL) in your body. Another major cause of xanthelasma is inherited high cholesterol or family history of high cholesterol. A liver disease called primary biliary cirrhosis also increases the level of bad cholesterol in your body, making xanthelasma patches to develop on your body.

A person suffering from nephrotic syndrome, a disorder in which all blood vessels in the kidneys are destroyed; making the cholesterol levels in the body shoot up.

Preventive measures for xanthelasma

Although there is no complete guide to preventing xanthelasma from developing, you can minimize the risk of xanthelasma by following certain measures.

  • If you have diabetes or hyperlipidemia, follow the instructions and medications given by your doctor regularly.
  • Keep your doctor informed about your health conditions and go for regular health check-ups.
  • Maintain a healthy blood cholesterol level by eating healthy foods, exercising on a daily basis.
  • Get your lipid and cholesterol levels checked on a regular basis to keep a tab on your cholesterol levels.

These are some of the ways by which you can keep your cholesterol levels in check and hence, prevent the occurrence of xanthelasma in your body. However, even if you develop xanthelasma, get in touch with a dermatologist to get effective xanthelasma treatment to get it completely removed at its initial stage.

Treatment methods

There are a number of advanced xanthelasma treatment methods, and each one has its set of pros and cons. These include –

  • Surgical removal – the dermatologist removes the xanthelasma patch through surgical excision. However, this method may leave a scar on the treated area of your skin.
  • Lasser Therapy – It is one of the most advanced methods of treatment but owing to its high costs, not many people opt for this treatment methods.
  • Cryotherapy and electrocautery – Using temperature, low in the former while high temperatures in the latter case to make the xanthelasma affected skin tissues die. Once this is done, the outer layer is removed through surgical excision.

As you can see, each method has its disadvantage associated with it. On the other hand, our completely natural homeopathic xanthelasma treatment methods ensure that you do not have to worry about scars or side-effects any longer.

We would apply Dr. Zamir formula that causes xanthelasma incrustations. This incrustation is removed when a completely new skin layer appears after a week or two; removing the xanthelasma completely. However, for some cases, there might be a need for repeated treatments to remove xanthelasma completely.

Contact HPDC

Our methods are completely free of any knives or scalpels, nor does it rely upon steroid based medications that cause a lot of harm to your body. So, get in touch with our experts at HPDC and discuss more about your xanthelasma treatment – we’re always there for you!





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