By now you are probably aware that botox cosmetic is approved for use around the corners of the eyes, an area referred to as smile lines or crow's feet. The approved areas for injection are lateral or outside the corner of the eye.
Despite that, we most commonly will inject the Botox more toward the area directly under the eye provided the patient meets certain physical examination characteristics to ensure this is a safe option. We should be checking the movement of the lower lid to be sure that its strength can tolerate the relaxation of the muscles.
There are so many tools that can be helpful to influence a very youthful lower eyelid:
1.) Skin tone can be affected by hyperactive muscles and Botox Cosmetic or Dysport can be used in this case.
2.) General loss of volume can cause excess laxity and increasing wrinkling. This can be treated with hyaluronic acid fillers or even a patient's own fat for transfer.
3.) Aging skin that has lost too much elastic property and collagen content will need to undergo resurfacing to stimulate the body's healing processes. We commonly will use peels (88% phenol), carbon dioxide fractionated, or erbium lasers to achieve this goal depending on a patients skin type.
4.) At age 27, I would love to recommend the above to address your issues. Surgery is probably not an option in your case but is remarkably well tolerated producing long-lasting results and so many smiling patients!
I appreciate your willingness to share your photos, but your physician really has to physically examine your eyelids to make any recommendations for you.
Best of luck with your care. You'll do great.