A holiday over-Botoxed problem!!
I’m so sad that this happened to you!! I know it’s very frustrating. Once that Botox or Dysport binds to the receptors at the junction between the nerve and the muscle, there’s really not much to be done. Here are some thoughts though. More on Botox problems.
If it’s not just your eyebrows that are drooping and truly is the eyelid, then call your doctor and ask for Lopidine which used in the eyes several times a day, will help you be able to open your eyes. It won’t help if it’s really the forehead and the eyebrows that have “fallen.”
I had a patient last year who had travelled to Asia and while there, she had Botox done. It was extremely poorly done and she was very asymetric, including a right sided forehead and eyebrow drop. It was so debilitating and affecting her work life, that I had her try electrostimulation facials on the over-Botoxed side only. She and I both thought they seemed to have a positive effect and perhaps speeded the recovery. It’s very hard to tell for sure though with only one patient. Worst case scenario, you would waste your money.
It also maybe helpful to have a professional makeup artist show you how to create the illusion of more open eyes.
Hope this helps, Dr. I