Lower eyelid retraction and steroid hollowness
Sorry to hear about your experience.Your treatment will require a steady hand and considerable patience as the steroid may take a half year to have its full effects. There are temporary solutions, but treatment will be difficult.You should find a surgeon with the patience and willingness to treat your long term for this problem.
As I indicated before, the steroid injections are not magic bullets.
If you have had fat atrophy, it is worth having saline injections to see if the remaining depot steroids can be diluted and washed out. This is sometime associated with fat recovery. You had a rough blepharoplasty and need surgical management. It is a mistake to over treat the scars with steroids because of the potential to further damage the eyelid-too common. Please consider posting a new photo. I also think your upper eyelids need reconstruction. Please understand that there are very few surgeons who really know how to perform aesthetic reconstructive surgery for blepharoplasty complications and this generally means traveling to see those surgeons.