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How to Get Rid of a Hickey: 10 Tips and Tricks

Get Rid of a Hickey

A hickey is a pretty common occurrence, but if you have one on your neck it can be uncomfortable and unsightly. If you’ve ever had to cover up an embarrassing red mark from being kissed or bitten by someone else, then you know how humiliating it can be. Luckily for us all, there are ways to get rid of a hickey without leaving any trace behind!

Here are some tips to get rid of a hickey[removing those pesky blemishes]:

If you have an upcoming event.

If you have an upcoming event that requires a cute outfit, this is the time to use makeup to cover up a hickey. You can wear high necklines or scarves that will hide the mark and look great at the same time!

You can also wear turtlenecks and turtle necks if you want to make sure not everyone knows what happened last night. Just make sure they’re big enough so they don’t show through any clothing!

If you have a visible hickey.

If you have a visible hickey, there are a few things to keep in mind. First and foremost, use a concealer or foundation to cover the area. The best way to do this is with a foundation brush or sponge; if your skin is too sensitive for any other method, simply apply it directly with your finger tips instead.

Once you’ve applied your concealer or foundation (depending on which one), blend it well into the surrounding skin using either the applicator tip of the product or—if possible—your finger tips. You can also try blending outwards from just under where it meets its partner while blending outward from each side at different angles until everything has been blended together nicely!

Once this step is done properly and evenly throughout both sides of both areas affected by bruising (and possibly even some surrounding area), reapply as needed until desired results are achieved!

If your hickey is old and fading.

If your hickey is old and fading, use ice. Cold compresses can help relieve the pain of itchy skin, but be careful not to place them too close to the wound—you don’t want Frostbite!

There are many ways that you can use ice on a hickey:

  • Place an ice cube in a plastic bag and cover it with an old T-shirt or towel. Place this directly over your sore spot for 20 minutes at least once per hour (or as often as needed). Do not put any other object inside the bag; just small cubes will do. Be sure not to leave anything touching your skin during this time period because if there’s another part of you that touches anything else while wearing this shirt/towel combo then we would like our advice on how best handle that situation:

If you have a lot of time.

If you have time to spare, these are some options:

  • Use a cold compress. You can use this method if the hickey is on your neck or chest and not too large, but it’s important to keep in mind that it will take longer for your skin to heal than other methods listed below.
  • Ice it away by putting ice cubes on the spot for 15 minutes at least three times per day for two days (or until there’s no redness left). After that, alternate between using an ice cube and some liquid-filled bags of frozen vegetables from the freezer section of grocery stores so as not to damage surrounding tissue by repeatedly freezing them together over time (which would prevent blood flow).
  • Apply a hickey cream or patch once every 24 hours until gone; these products contain ingredients that help reduce swelling while they work their magic! Some people also swear by tattoo cover ups as well—but whatever works best for you is always recommended!

If you only have an hour to spare.

If you only have an hour to spare, then it’s best to use a cold compress. This will help soothe the area and discourage infection.

  • Apply ice cubes or crushed lemon slices over the hickey for 10 minutes at a time until there is no redness left on your skin.
  • Next, apply some concealer stick using a thick layer of foundation/concealer over the affected area (try not too go overboard). This can be done twice daily until everything has healed up!

If you want to be environmentally friendly.

If you want to be environmentally friendly and save on the cost of a hickey kit, try applying heat or cold compresses to your hickey. You could also use ice on a warm compress for about 10 minutes each hour for two hours.

If you’re looking for something more affordable, try getting a concealer that matches your skin tone (or find one online) and apply it over the bruise with an eye shadow brush or makeup sponge. This will make it look like there was never anything there in the first place!

How to Keep Your Skin Healthy in The Winter Season

You don’t need to hide, and there are a few methods that can reduce the appearance of a hickey in a short amount of time, or that can help it heal faster.

A hickey is a bruise. It’s caused by broken blood vessels, which can be caused by any number of things. Hickeys are fairly common and usually appear on the neck or chest area of a person who has recently been kissed or engaged in some other form of skin contact with their partner.

If you have an active case of hickeyitis (as we like to call it), don’t worry! There are several ways that you can reduce the appearance of your mark before it becomes totally visible—and even if not all these methods work for everyone who uses them, they should help at least some people get rid of their marks faster than usual.


You don’t need to hide, and there are a few methods that can reduce the appearance of a hickey in a short amount of time, or that can help it heal faster.


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