You are better off using a hyaluronic acid filler suvch as Restyland or Juvederm.
Radiesse can cause granulomas, permanent lumps of tissue, that require surgical removal. This is especially problematic underneath thin skin of the eyes.
Those of you who read the posts know my opinions on permanent fillers, and the problems they can cause, especially in thin-skinned areas.
We have also found Radiesse to be a problem in the lips and around the mouth. We have operated on many patients for complications of this and other permanent fillers. Just this week, we operated on a patient who had had Radiesse injected around her mouth and permanent lumps had resulted. When we opened the area surgically, a paste with small beads oozed out. Pathology showed a silicone like reaction in the surrounding tissues. Not to be graphic, but you should know what you are having injected.