What are xanthelasma?

Xanthelasma are characterised as soft, yellowish, fatty deposit that form under the skin around the eyes. They are not harmful but can be an indicator of cholesterol issues so always get this checked by a doctor.

What can you do to prevent and remove xanthelasma?

  • Lowering cholesterol may help to treat the xanthelasma. Making positive changes to diet and lifestyle, such as stopping smoking and limiting alcohol consumption
  • Cauterisation – We use ACP (an advanced form of electrolysis) that involves using a probe with a current emitted to the end of it, by tapping this against the xanthelasma it cauterises, causing it to harden up and reduce over the following weeks

With over 18 years combined experience in the Aesthetic industry, we have seen many clients suffering with xanthelasma and equipped ourselves with the right tools to manage them while considering budget and lifestyle. 

All of our treatments are results driven and clinically proven to make sure you get the skin that you deserve. Scroll down to follow links to the best treatment available for xanthelasma. Use the Book button to arrange an ACP (blemish removal) treatment or general skincare consultation to discuss your options further.

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Advanced Electrolysis - ACP

Advanced Electrolysis - ACP

ACP is an advanced form of Electrolysis used to safely and effectively treat multiple skin lesions, leaving you with a smooth even skin tone and complexion.

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Xanthelasma FAQ

We use ACP (an advanced form of electrolysis) that involves using a probe with a current emitted to the end of it, by tapping this against the xanthelasma it cauterises, causing it to harden up and reduce over the following weeks.

Lowering cholesterol may help to treat the xanthelasma. Making positive changes to diet and lifestyle, such as stopping smoking and limiting alcohol consumption.