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Cholesterol deposits around the eyes are usually the result of elevated fat levels in the bloodstream. Metabolic disorders, such as diabetes, can also cause the condition, notes WebMD.


Cholesterol spots on the eyes are known as xanthelasma palpebra, according to the U.S. Library of Medicine. It is a common form of xanthoma and may appear without any underlying medical condition. In some cases, the cholesterol spots are a sign of elevated blood lipids ...


Cholesterol deposits on the eyes are detected through a visual examination of the skin conducted by a general physician or dermatologist, according to Healthline. The physician may order a blood panel or skin biopsy to confirm the visual evaluation.


Dr. Burt Dubow, a senior partner at Insight Eye Care, explains that a fatty deposit in the eye is called pinguecula, which appears on the white part of the eye due to dryness and exposure to dust, wind or sunlight. Although it is harmless, the condition can be irritated...


Calcium deposits under the eyes should be treated with a warm, damp washcloth several times daily, according to Modern Mom health & fitness experts. Those that do not disappear on the own may be corrected with laser treatment or surgery at the discretion of a doctor or ...


Making changes to your diet and taking medications prescribed by your physician can bring your cholesterol level down, according to Mayo Clinic and Harvard Medical School. The good news is that, while it's easy to elevate cholesterol through diet, it's also fairly easy ...


Oatmeal and other high-fiber foods, fish, nuts and olive oil are some foods that help lower cholesterol. Other foods include soy beans, beans, avocado, garlic and spinach.