Yes, you would be allowed to wear fillers under your eyes. The second thing is that if botox and fillers are used only for fun and to get inadequate benefits from them, then the law is haram is not allowed. This is because with more beautiful and beautiful faces because Botox will tend to be misused for personal gain. A potential problem for Muslim men and women considering lip filler treatment is haram dermal fillers.
Some people argue that Islam focuses on the growth of inner beauty, while outer beauty should not be the top priority and that a moral limit should be imposed when it comes to changing the physical appearance of “God's creation”. It's a perpetuated myth that fillers can support double chins, sagging skin, and otherwise sagging parts of the face. Inserting excessive amounts of filler or inserting a filler into an artery could cause debilitating effects, such as tissue death and, in the worst case, blindness. The effects of the filling last for a short period of time and the treatment can be carried out continuously if aesthetic effects are desired.
However, the problem is often complex for Islamic patients because lip fillers are temporary and therefore the line between what is a permanent change in the body and what is a short-term change in one's appearance. As long as Botox and filler do not have the effect of permanently changing God's creation, are harmless, and come from sacred and non-toxic materials, then the law is allowed. The lacrimal canal filler is a filler based on hyaluronic acid that is used to lighten and brighten the area under the eyelid and above the cheeks, this area is known as the canal. Although the tear filler is not Haram, the side effects and risk of the procedure should be considered, since the filler is placed near a sensitive area.
You should never undergo any treatment, for example, surgery or fillers on the lips, just to meet the expectations of others. Lip fillers are a very popular injectable treatment today, which, when done correctly and sensitively, can serve to improve a patient's confidence by improving lip fullness, asymmetry or lip irregularity. The only thing I warn you about is the ingredients contained in the fillers, since they may contain collagen from pigs or animals that are not allowed. Depending on the type of filler used, fillers can last from 6 months to a year and a half to a year and a half.
It should be remembered that the filling should not contain any impure ingredients, otherwise that will make it inadmissible. There are also dermal fillers that are sometimes used to resolve some folds that may develop around the nose area with age. Based on this principle, since Botox and dermal fillers are non-surgical methods of treating scars, wrinkles, lines and other depressions on the face with the intention of improving one's appearance (treatment consists of injecting the materials into the affected area of the skin), they are not prohibited in themselves.