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February 18

Can Xanthelasma Go Away Naturally?

Xanthelasma appears as small, flat, yellowish patches near the eyes, often by the inner corners. Made of cholesterol and lipids, they’re typically harmless but can be bothersome cosmetically. Without treatment, they may persist and even enlarge over time.

Can Xanthelasma Disappear Naturally?

The short answer is that xanthelasma usually do not go away naturally. While some individuals may notice slight reductions in size or fading over extended periods, these changes are rare. Xanthelasma typically require intervention for effective removal.

Introducing PlasmaPen: A Revolutionary Solution

PlasmaPen is an innovative cosmetic procedure gaining popularity for its effectiveness in treating various skin concerns, including xanthelasma. This non-invasive treatment utilizes plasma energy to target and remove unwanted tissue without the need for surgery.


PlasmaPen uses controlled bursts of plasma energy to create micro-injuries, prompting the body’s natural healing process and gradually effectively reduces and ultimately eliminates xanthelasma. Its advantages include being non-invasive, precise, with minimal downtime, and providing lasting results, offering a permanent solution to xanthelasma.


With PlasmaPen, you can achieve smoother, clearer skin and say goodbye to unwanted fatty deposits around your eyes.


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