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Doctor insights on: How Do You Remove A Hickey

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How do you remove a hickey or hide it?

How do you remove a hickey or hide it?

Time/Turtlenecks!: Great question :) a hickey is a bruise from biting/kissing/sucking. This will continue to change color over time as the blood pigment gets broken down. In the mean time, you can cover it up with clothing (turtle necks) or apply make-up concealer. ...Read more

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Why am i having rashes that look like hickeys and how do I remove them?

Why am i having rashes that look like hickeys and how do I remove them?

Rash: Hickey type rash may be a symptom of a bigger problem. It is best to see a dermatologist for evaluation and treatment. ...Read more

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What is the best way to remove a hickie?

Avoidance!: You can try to cover it up, but no way to remove, only time. It is sort of a tatoo, but luckily it goes away. ...Read more

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What is a hickey?

What is a hickey?

Hickey: A hickey is a discolored area on the skin that results when small blood vessels break under the skin, causing a type of bruise (purpura). The appearance will normally change in appearance and color over time. Small red dots (petechiae) may also appear. These types of injuries rarely scar, but may stay discolored for a fair amount of time. Cold compresses and Motrin or Tylenol (acetaminophen) can help pain. ...Read more

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How do you give yourself a hickey?

How do you give yourself a hickey?

Suck: You can give yourself a hickey like you may get from someone else. The "hickey' is caused by sucking on the skin to a degree that blood comes to the surface. This is what the "hickey" is! ...Read more

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What to do if hickey is really painful!?

What to do if hickey is really painful!?

Hickey: A hickey is a discolored area on the skin that results when small blood vessels break under the skin, causing a type of bruise (purpura). The appearance will normally change in appearance and color over time. Small red dots (petechiae) may also appear. These types of injuries rarely scar, but may stay discolored for a fair amount of time. Cold compresses and Motrin or Tylenol (acetaminophen) can help pain. ...Read more