A cold compress
Any cold compress will constrict the ruptured capillaries and reduce pain and swelling. Put an ice cube in a handkerchief and press it gently to the skin for 15 minutes. Do this several times a day. In any case, do not apply ice directly to skin as this can cause ice burn. You can also put a metal spoon in the fridge for 10 minutes. Then wrap it with cloth and gently RUB the affected skin as long as the spoon will not get hot.
The stimulating effect of peppermint helps to improve blood circulation and heal the capillary vessels. Apply peppermint oil on the affected area of the skin. At first you will feel the tingling sensation, but it will pass quickly. Do not use this remedy more than twice a day as it can irritate the skin.
Alcohol has disinfectant, soothing and cooling properties that can help to quickly get rid of a Hickey or a bruise. Wipe gently the skin for several minutes with a cotton swab dipped in alcohol. Alcohol can dry the skin, so use moisturizing lotion after it.
Aloe Vera
Aloe Vera will reduce pain and sensitivity of the affected area of the skin. In addition, possessing anti-inflammatory and soothing properties, aloe helps heal broken capillaries. Apply fresh aloe Vera gel on the skin two to three times a day.
A great remedy for bruises and hickeys - a banana peel. She has a calming and cooling effect that helps reduce bruising. Cut a piece of fresh banana peel on the size of the bruise and apply for 30 minutes. It is recommended to do it 2-3 times a day.