Take an ice pack, wrap it in a thin cloth (like a washcloth), and hold it on your bruised eye for a full 15 minutes.
Remove the ice pack and let the area warm up slowly (do not apply anything warm, let your body do the warming itself) by very lightly massaging around the bruised part of your eye. Do not press hard and do not press on your eye. Light, circular motions until the skin is warm again. If you can, do this for a full 15 minutes. Try not to press much on the bruised part itself until some of the discoloration starts to go away. You want to help the fresh blood remove the dead blood that has gathered at the surface of the injury site so you need to help the circulation process. Running your fingers LIGHTLY over the bruise also helps to get your blood circulating properly in that area again--but be GENTLE.
Once the area is warm and body-temperature again (about 30 minutes after you removed the ice pack), repeat the above ice/warm-up/massage technique.
You can repeat this process all day, every day, until the bruising diminishes.
I once removed a dark bruise on my body in 2 days following this method. Of course, the bruise was not on my face, but it was fresh and very prominent.
Be patient with the bruise. Don't press hard on it, take your vitamins as usual to help the body heal, and stay hydrated with pure, clean water. You'd be surprised at how fast the healing process is when you're taking care of your body. So, make sure you take care of it so you can have a speedy recovery from the injury. [ Peeps's advice column | Ask Peeps A Question ]
itdependsonyoux3 answered Saturday January 15 2011, 9:38 am: ouch :/ okay well, theres a few things you can do:
1. ice pack
2. raw piece of meat
3. ice pack/warm compress [keep switching back and fort every day or so]
4. keep your head propped up while you sleep and dont sleep on the side where your black eye is.
5. gently massage the tissue in circles where your black eye has formed.
6. put a wet herbal tea pack on your eye.
7. Drink a lot of orange juice or just get a lot of vitamin C into your system.
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