Droopy eyelids. Is there any way it could return to normal except surgery? (Photo)
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Your photograph suggests that you have ptosis, more on the left than the right. This could be repaired at any time if you are not having visual problems. In the meantime, to prevent worsening, avoid hand to eye contact and eye-rubbing, be gentle when applying and removing makeup, and use hypoallergenic products. Best wishes.
This is mild upper eyelid ptosis.
It is difficult from one picture and not seeing you in person. But it appears that your left eye has something called Ptosis which is where the muscle that raises the eye has pulled free, because your eyelid crease is higher also. There can be some neurological causes also, so I would recommend you to see an oculoplastic surgeon to get it evaluated. Take old photographs of yourself before the swelling occurred so they can see what the eyelid looked like before the allergic reaction.
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