What are these bumps that Zooey Deschanel is trying to hide under those glittering eye shadows.
The star presented herself at the New Girl event looking fantastic but beauty experts detected some lumps on her eyelids.
I haven’t found what medical condition could cause these bumps. It most be very frustrating for the star that her eyes are attracting so much attention when there is many more relevant things that we could be talking about the model turned actress.
I share this here in sydney4women to prove again how not even celebrities are perfect, as human beings we all develop unwanted conditions that affect the way we look, some of us have unwanted facial hair, others have pimples and other like Zooey get this lumps that can’t be hidden with make up.
I did a little bit of more research and I found that the medical condition might be what is called a chalazion.
A chalazion is a lump of the lid that is caused by obstruction of the drainage duct of an oil gland within the upper or lower eyelid. This lump may increase in size over days to weeks and may occasionally become red, warm, or painful.
The gland involved in the formation of a chalazion is a modified oil gland (meibomian gland) that lies within the eyelid. There are about 30-40 of these glands within each of the upper and lower lids. These glands secrete oil into the tears. When one of these glands becomes blocked, it can increase in size and cause a visible lump.
Although a sty is also a lump in the eyelid caused by obstruction of an oil gland, a chalazion is not a sty. A sty, or hordeolum, represents an acute infection of the gland. A chalazion is not an infection but is an inflammation of the area. Inflammation is a process in which the body reacts to a condition and produces swelling, redness, pain, or warmth. A sty is usually more painful than a chalazion and may appear infected.