“It might be a mark of high cholesterol.”
While there are few signs of high cholesterol, some individuals with the illness may develop little skin-coloured lumps around the corners of the uterus, known as Xanthelasma.
While they are not harmful – the skin condition shouldn’t be ignored and needs to be checked out by doctors.
The problem is caused by a collection of yellow cholesterol deposits beneath the skin round the eyes.
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