You have herniated eyelid fat, not malar bags or festoons
Thank you for your question and photograph. The puffiness that you see is eyelid fat pushing against the skin which we refer to as herniated intraorbital fat. This can be removed with a procedure called blepharoplasty.
Fortunately you do not have malar bags or festoons which appear as fluidlike swelling further down on the cheek, to the side of the face.
Malar bags vs herniated fat.
The bags under the eyes on your photos are caused by herniated fat. These kind of bags often appear at an early age and in many cases run in the family. They are much easier to get rid of than malar bags or festoons. The later are caused by fluid accumulating under the eyes and are very resilient to treatment. The procedure to get rid of herniated fat is called blepharoplasty. In many cases it can be performed trough small incisions on the inside of the eyelid, leaving no visible scars. Good luck!
Thank you for the photos and they do not appear to be malar bags and are more likely a small amount of herniated fat. I would see a local PS or Oculoplastic surgeon and be evaluated