Hi and thank you for your question! You do have several concerns and since it has been past the 2-week period since the injection, you need to do a follow up with your injector and ask for a detailed comparison of current pictures with those obtained before doing the injections to be able to spot the issues objectively. Just a note that while the risk of development of Tyndall effect might be lower with certain types of fillers, in theory any kinds of hyaluronic acid filler (including Restylane Silk) can cause Tyndall effect when placed superficially under the skin as it scatters the light, giving away the bluish tone. The treatment is relatively simple with injection of enzyme to dissolve a bit of the filler. I hope it helps and good luck!
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