Tear trough is still blue and swollen after 4 weeks. Has my plastic surgery has given me too much filler? (Photo)
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Tear trough issues
HA fillers may cause a bluish hue of lower eyelid skin called the Tyndall Effect.
Hope this helps you.
Filler In the Tear Trough
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Tyndall Effect after tear trough injections
The Tyndall effect is a phenomenon that occurs when the Hyaluronic acid based product (Ravenesse) is placed too close to the surface of the skin and light reflects off of the product creating a bluish or greyish hue to the skin.
The solution is to go back to your injector and have them use Vitase (Hyaluronidase) to dissolve the product. It will immediately make the bump go down and should take away the bluish color as well. Good luck.
Blue color after tear trough injections
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