Xanthelasma are small yellowish deposits that appear under the skin on the upper eyelids but can also be found around the lower eyelids and in the outer corners of the eyes. For some, Xanthelasma can be linked to high levels of cholesterol but others simply have a genetic tendency towards it. People can start developing Xanthelasma in their 30s, which will generally increase in size as they get older. This condition tends to be more common amongst women than men or people of Mediterranean or Asian descent.
The cost of your Xanthelasma treatment will depend on the number of deposits that need to be removed and how large they are.