In the early 1990s when lasers first became popular they were used on every wrinkle & very patient. Since then most doctors have learned that laser resurfacing works best for specific problems in specific types of patients. Since the laser beam only penetrates a microscopic distance beneath the skin surface it cannot address any problems caused by deeper structures such as muscles. Thus laser resurfacing at best only temporarily addresses dynamic facial wrinkles caused by the movement of underlying muscles. During the aging process the lower eyelid skin thins revealing deeper structures & develops dynamic wrinkles. Laser resurfacing in my experience will not permanently remove these wrinkles & cannot thicken this skin. The wrinkles return within 1 to 2 years. I know of no creams that address this problem either. The only way to rectify this problem is to remove the thinned aged skin. The ability to remove this skin is limited by the degree of eyelid laxity etc. By recruiting some cheek skin up into the lower eyelid & tightening the lower lid sling a greater amount of this thin aged skin can be removed. This procedure is called a midfacelift & furnishes additional rejuvenating properties by blunting the contrast between the lower eyelid margin & the cheek & by making the skin folds between the corners of the nose & mouth (nasolabial folds) more shallow. In some of the fashion magazines this has been referred to as the vertical facelift.
You can assess how this would look on yourself by pushing the cheek skin adjacent to the nose straight up with one finger & pulling the cheek skin directly over the cheek bone upward & outward obliquely near the outer corner of the eye at the same time.
In the early 2010s this began to fall out of favor as newer and better radiofrequency devices were developed that in some cases yielded equivalent results without surgery.