Under my eyes has also darkened. What products are available to lighten the skin?
Now That my Upper Eye Lids Have Darkened Due to Latisse is There Anything I Can Do?
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Fading pigmentation after Latisse use
Latisse can indeed darken the skin a little in the area that it is used. If this is a concern, take a break from latisse or try using it less often. There are also fading creams with hyroquinone, retinol or tretinoin, etc., which your dermatologist can consider for you as well.
Eyelid Pigmentation from Latisse
Increased pigmentation of the upper eyelid from Latisse should reverse itself over time after you discontinue its use. No treatment to reverse this should be necessary.
To answer your second question, there are many products out there to lighten the skin under the eyes which all have varying degrees of success.
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Talk with your doctor about hyperpigmentation while using Latisse
I would discuss your concerns with your physician. Usually discontinuation of Latisse will cause the discoloration to resolve. It is unusual to get such diffuse discoloration if you are applying the product with the enclosed applicators to the eyelashes only.
Eyelid pigmentation with Latisse
Latisse does have a side effect of eyelid pigmentation. I would recommend that you go back your eyeMD and that you stop Latisse. Often, but not always, the pigmentation will reduce off of Latisse. Once on Latisse, your eyes should be examined for side effects.
Hyperpigmentation and latisse
I would see your Latisse prescribing physician to see if this hyperpigmentation is truely due to the Latisse. The solution can be slightly irritating, causing a fine line of hyperpigmentation at the lashline- not usually under the eyes on the lower lids. If due to the Latisse, the discoloration will fade when you stop using the solution.
Eye lid darkening after Latisse use
Your hyperpigmentation will fad with time. Try using a smaller amount and/or wiping away any excess serum that can drip away from the lash line. Some customers have reported that by using a fine tipped make up brush to apply the Latisse that they net a better result and waste less of the product. However, If you choose to use a different brush than provided, just make sure that you disinfect in between each use.
Upper eyelid darkening after using Latisse
If you stop using Latisse and give it a few months, you'll find that the skin will fade some. This is in contrast to EYE darkening due to Latisse, which is permanent.
You may have been applying Latisse incorrectly, as it shouldn't really touch any part of the eyelid except the tiniest rim around the eyelashes. The package insert is clear that any "extra" product should be wiped from the eyelids.