When people talk about ""under eye bags"", they usually mean two things: either deep tear troughs due to volume loss or bulging caused by fat pad herniation. Both of these issues can be addressed through fillers or surgery, and they typically don't see significant improvement with resurfacing lasers. Fillers are injected to restore lost volume or conceal the uneven appearance caused by the fat pad, creating a smoother transition from the under-eye area to the cheek. These filler results are temporary, lasting anywhere from 8 months to over 2 years.
For a more permanent solution, surgery can be a viable option. To ensure the best outcome, it's essential to consult with an experienced facial aesthetics injector or facial plastic surgeon.