What Causes Orange Eyelids?

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Causes of orange eyelids include medicinal allergies, viral attacks, allergy to gluten, too much intake of beta-carotene, infections due to staphylococcus or streptococcus bacteria, jaundice, anaemia and drug addictions of any kind.
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