Xanthoma: Types, How to Prevent and Treatment
Xanthoma is a skin condition characterized by development of irregular yellow nodules due to the deposition of fat in connective tissue. They are commonly seen in hands, arms, thighs, abdomen, buttocks and breasts and occur more commonly in females than males.
Xanthomas can appear anywhere on the body but the most common areas for development are:
• Hormonal changes such as puberty, pregnancy and menopause
• Broken capillaries, most commonly caused by acupuncture or surgical needles
• Frequent or rigorous exercise, like swimming or jack rabbits. This triggers the development of nature-based anaerobic and anaerobic muscles with associated strain and damage to connective tissue.
Remedies for Xanthoma include:
• Topical agents such as lactic acid, glycolic acid, retinols, or a combination of both• Sodium bisulfate or Sulfur is added to the water to dissolve the fat• Hydrogen peroxide is then applied to help dissolve the fat• The solution is then drawn off through a compress or a chute.
In addition to fat loss, Xanthoma removal can also occur through surface methods such as:
• Cellulite massage, providing a breakthrough treatment for millions of women for whom other techniques have failed. Cellulite massage can revolutionize the way women’s bodies look and feel. The time period between treatment sessions varies with the patient, and depends on the amount of fat being handled. At six sessions, total body massage is estimated to be about two hours. Like other cellulite treatments, especially clinic procedures, this procedure is expensive and usually requires multiple sessions.
• Chore treadmill, bicycle exercise machine.• Health spa.• Weight loss clinic.• Saunatub.
A cheaper alternative to Xanthoma removal is mesotherapy. In this procedure, the fat is injected with a cellulite dissolving medication. It’s not intended for direct application but rather to be absorbed by the body and passed through the body’s waste system and then detoxified.
There are also a host of cellulite treatments from topical creams and lotions, to cellulite ” diets” or meal plans, to dietary supplements. Some of the most controversial of these treatments are conducted through laser surgeries such as liposuction. There’s no response to these technology-based “remedies” yet, though promising signs have shown that liposuction as a treatment for cellulite may eventually replace it as a means of eradicating the condition.
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How to lose cellulite the non-natural way
• The best anti-cellulite diet (ires listed below) should contain these foods:
• “Green” foods such as lettuce, spinach, celery, cucumber, broccoli, tomatoes, black and green Nuts, and Fish.• “Red” or items containing carotene, broccoli, carrots, cantaloupe, apricots, melon, egg yolk, mango, carrots, and spinach.• Of any fresh fruit and vegetables: blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, cranberries, and black and green vegetables.• Water: Most people drink sodas, coffee, alcohol, and sugary drinks. Avoid these.• Vitamin C: This vitamin is essential in strengthening the blood vessels. It can be found in green vegetables and carrots. Vitamin E: This is important for keeping the skin hydrated and free of damage. It can be found in olive oil, sunflower seeds, almonds, and walnuts.• Zinc: This mineral helps to repair damaged skin and prevent future cellulite damage. It can be found in fresh oysters, ginger, pecans, pumpkin seeds, and Brazil nuts.
All of these foods contain compounds that can help dissolve fat, and promote thermal body circulation and fat burn. This may explain why some people seem to have “aknity fatalls” or cottage cheese look on their thighs. Their cellulite may also be caused by a hormonal imbalance, poor circulation, lack of movement, and/or tight clothing.