Restylane is a great filler for the tear trough (under eye) area. However, if it is placed too close to the surface of the skin it can give off a bluish hue, which may be the cause of your dark circles. This occurs frequently because the skin is so thin. Vitrase will dissolve the Restylane and the blue tint but it will also remove the facial volume from the Restylane as well.
You should revisit your oculoplastic surgeon and together you can find the best solution to this problem. If you had taken aspirin or NSAIDs (Alleve, Motrin, etc.) there is a greater possibility of developing bruising after Restylane injections.
Written by Dr. Halaas