I would recommend that you seek the care of an eyeMD specializing in cosmetic oculoplastic surgery or a cosmetic dermatologist. There are some over the counter products made by ReVision skin care and by the makers of StriVactin that purpose to reduce this. The extent of effect is not known to me but will by these types of specialists.
Sandy T. Feldman, M.D., M.S.
ClearView Eye and Laser Medical Center
San Diego, California
Don't waste your money on expensive OTC creams and potions--they're useless, IMO. Cosmetics (i.e., flesh-colored concealers sold at drug/department stores, spas/salons, and even some dermatologists' offices) work very well. It would really help if you could get a demo showing you how to apply the stuff. You could get more info about surgical procedures by scheduling a couple of consultations. One of the forum docs can advise you about this. A cosmetic dermatologist could advise you about possible laser procedures.