What is Xanthelasma?
Xanthelasma (called by specialists xanthelasma palpebrarum ) is a particular type of Xanthoma, a yellowish deposit of fat underneath the skin, usually on the eyelids and/or around them. Therefore Xanthelasma can be referred to as a Xanthoma, but not vice-versa. The process in the formation of Xanthelasmas and Xanthomas are the same but we refer to Xanthelasmas only once the Xanthomas develop around the eyes or on the eyelids. Xanthelasmas are composed of xanthoma cells which are foamy formations with intracellular fat deposits primarily located within the upper reticular dermis and epidermis. Put more simply, Xanthelasmas are collections of certain types of fat, mostly cholesterol and triglycerides derived from food.
What are the Causes
High LDL (“bad”) cholesterol or low HDL (“good”) cholesterol Inherited high cholesterol (your doctor might call this familial hypercholesterolemia) The Liver disease called primary biliary cirrhosis, which can raise cholesterol levels
Deficiency of familial lipoprotein lipase, the enzyme that breaks down lipids Familial hypertriglyceridemia, a genetic condition that causes people to have higher amounts of triglycerides in their blood Familial dyslipoproteinemia, a genetic condition that causes people to have higher amounts of lipids in their blood.
What is XanthRemover
The XanthRemover is the most effective, one of the safest and most inexpensive Xanthelasma Removal solution. Many people around the world have now removed their Xanthelasma by using the XanthRemover.
What are the ingredients?
The XanthRemover is based on different types of peelings depending on your type of Xanthelasmas and skin type. The most common are based o Glycolic Acid and Vitamin A and other natural ingredients that selectively help dissolve the fat present in the Xanthelasmas.
We are using two main ingredients, one is glycolic acid with a high percentage in the region of 70% to 95% and the second one is Vitamin A with its highest allowable concentration.