This is a 56-year-old woman who was constantly asked by her friends, family, and coworkers if she was really tired and didn’t get enough sleep. She had eyelid surgery performed on both her upper and lower eyelids (upper and lower blepharoplasty). Excess skin and fat was removed to address the bagginess and crepey skin around the eyes. Eyelid skin generally tends to heal better than other parts of the body, leaving scars less noticeable in most cases. Although eyelid surgery addresses the extra skin and fat, it does not remove the remaining wrinkles. The wrinkles are smoothed with treatments such as Botox or skin resurfacing. After her surgery, her circle of friends, family, and coworkers said she looked noticeably better and more relaxed, but couldn’t figure out what she had done.