Tattooing for Hypopigmentation
do not try to treat this yourself. Latisse will not give you the
result you want. If the scar does not resolve on its own within the
next few weeks, tattooing to blend it into your skin would be the
best option. I suggest you see an expert. Best, Dr. Emer
Latisse for treating hypopigmentation
I understand your concern. "Time" is probably your best option. There are no formally FDA approved options for treating this hypopigmentation....You are correct that bimatoprost can stimulate melanocytes to produce more pigment. Studies have shown thIs nicely in treating hypopigmented scars.... However in the situation described the hypopigmentation is temporary and will likely resolve over time.
Latisse to darken skin on arm
I have no idea why you want to do this. It will affect the hair follicles there and grow your hairs longer, thicker, and darker there. It will not darken your skin only. So, no, I would highly advise you NOT to do this. "This answer has been solicited without seeing this patient and cannot be held as true medical advice, but only opinion. Seek in-person treatment with a trained medical professional for appropriate care."