While their after shots are decidedly less flashy than pouty lips or chiseled jawlines, the lower eyelids have quietly become a favorite filler zone of late—in part because the problems plaguing this area tend not to discriminate.

That sunken, shadowy appearance that makes you look zonked even when you’re not—what doctors affectionately call a tear trough deformity—“spans ages and races, so there is no one demographic for under-eye filler,” explains Dr. Heidi Waldorf, a board-certified dermatologist in Nanuet, New York. “In fact, the under-eye is one of the most common starter areas for filler, for younger patients in my practice.”