Diabetes: Fatty deposits around eyes could signal ‘uncontrolled’ blood sugar levels


But there is evidence that the condition can also reflect high blood sugar levels in the blood.

The skin condition refers to clearly demarcated growth of yellowish deposits under the epidermis, which are neither harmful nor painful.

The growths can, however, be disfiguring.

According to WebMD: “[Xanthelasma] happens when your body collects extra cholesterol around your eyes.


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