The prevalence of periorbital or eyelid hemangioma ranges from 1% to 3%. There are more than 1.5 million affected children in the United States.1 Amblyopia is the most common complication of capillary hemangioma of the eyelid in children, with an incidence of 60%. If it is not treated promptly, it may lead to irreversible blindness in young children.2 The treatment options include corticosteroids, interferon alfa-2a, laser therapy, embolization, immunomodulators, surgery, and systemic propranolol.1,3,4 All therapeutic options are associated with adverse effects, some of which are serious. The treatment of a large capillary hemangioma on a child's left upper eyelid using topical β-blocker solution is reported. The hemangioma significantly improved within a few weeks of the topical treatment.