There are 6 ways listed, including using ice, combing the skin, moisturizers, and massage techniques to try out to get rid of hickies faster. Check it out, it's pretty helpful.
People usually like to just use the ice one. The combing of the skin might be tricky to do, but I'm not entirely sure. Make sure to wrap the ice in a cloth though so it doesn't stick the skin. I don't think there would be any harm in repeating the process all day (like 15 minutes with the ice on and then wait until the skin warms back up and do it again). Try it out and see what happens. A hickey is like a bruise so treat it like one and it should go away fast. [ Peeps's advice column | Ask Peeps A Question ]
Jessica13 answered Monday June 13 2005, 2:24 am: there is a way to cover a hickey and I will give you a way what you do is take a spoon stick it into the freezer then smear aleo vera on your hicky and last put the frozen spoon on it and it should do ya some good well I hope it works. [ Jessica13's advice column | Ask Jessica13 A Question ]
Michele answered Sunday June 12 2005, 2:24 pm: Put ice on it. It will go away a little faster that way. A hickey is like a bruise. the blood comes to the surface. Ice helps with bruises, so it will help with hickey. But don't think it is going to dissapear by tomorrow.
It doesn't work that fast.
rnobers answered Sunday June 12 2005, 12:33 pm: ah those lovely hickies. a hickey is actually a bruise. its essentially the same as being pinched. bruises heal with time. nothing you can do to help speed the recovery. just try covering it up for now. oh, and i would try getting one on a different spot that isnt visible ;) happy hunting for that. [ rnobers's advice column | Ask rnobers A Question ]
Teza answered Sunday June 12 2005, 11:44 am: Take a small spoon and keep it in the freezer for about 15 minutes. Take it out and put it on your hickey. It does work. You can also try covering it up with makeup! ♥ [ Teza's advice column | Ask Teza A Question ]
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