Our eyes are the reflection of our soul, they say. But what do you do if they get surrounded by ugly fat bumps, or cholesterol deposits?
Cholesterol spots or deposits that you can notice around your eyes are bumps of fat that develop underneath your skin, usually in the inner canthus of the upper eyelid. They are also known as xanthelasma.
While one of the main causes of xanthelasma is a high level of low-density lipoproteins (LDL or ‘bad’ cholesterol) in the body, it can also be due to genetic factors, diabetes, liver disease and other conditions.
An easy way on how to remove cholesterol deposits around eyes is having a healthy diet. It is advisable to reduce the cholesterol and fat in your diet.
Your diet is very important to control the increasing size of the xanthelasma near your eyes. Eating foods rich in fat and cholesterol will just worsen your condition.
It is advised to eat a diet that is low in saturated fats.
You should reduce the amount of deep-fried or fatty foods in your diet.
Another way is through natural remedies. One of them is banana peel. It is used to reduce the cholesterol deposits under the eyes in a natural way because it is full of useful anti-oxidants and enzymes. To use it, cut the banana peel in pieces and massage the under the eyes and wash the face after 30 minutes.
Want to know about other natural ways to get rid of cholesterol deposits? Watch this video till the very end.
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