Got it :) Sorry for the delay.....
That appears to be a sebaceous inclusion cyst. It is a benign (not a skin cancer) lesion that are caused by a "backed up" gland of the skin. When they are excised they are found to be full of a cottage cheese like material called keratin.
They are nothing to be worried about. If if bothers you an ophthalmologist
can easily remove it for you in the office with local anesthesia.
Here is a good website from a reputable source that discusses this issue in more detail:
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