12 Hacks To Help You Hide That Treacherous Hickey

12 Hacks To Help You Hide That Treacherous Hickey

12 Hacks To Help You Hide That Treacherous Hickey,  Spotting a hickey can attract giggles and stares that may result in you facing some embarrassment. Here are 12 ways you can hide your badge of honour from others to see!

1. Rubbing the back of a cold spoon on the hickey can reduce the swelling.

A lovely early Cape tablespoon in the Hanoverian pattern, with turn-up end. This spoon only has the makers hallmark, which is very worn but still faintly visible. Lotter generally only struck his makers mark, as is the case on this spoon. Lotter, who was part of a large family of silversmiths working in the Cape, was an extremely competent silversmith who made the Cape Town Lutheran Church chalice to match one made in Amsterdam in 1765.

2. Applying aloe vera gel can boost the process of healing.

Aloe vera is extensively used in beauty products and for good reason. It’s got antiviral and antibacterial properties, and the ability to help treat everything from constipation to diabetes. The green-cactus looking plant that sits out in your garden isn’t just a plant with its roots in folklore, it’s the crux of a million dollar industry that extends from beauty creams to healthy juices and diet supplements. Over time, aloe vera has seamlessly integrated itself into everything we use. But, what makes this miracle plant so distinguishable? There are some incredible benefits of aloe vera. So, keep reading to know what we are talking about. The aloe vera plant is about one or two feet tall with prickly and bitter leaves, which act as a defence to keep animals and insects from feeding on the plant.

3. Soothe the skin surface by using the inside part of a banana peel.

Banana peels are one of those things that goes straight in the bin, it’s just one of those byproducts that most of us have no use for, even if Americans consume around 3.2 billion pounds of banana every year.

So next time you eat a banana you may want to think twice about thrashing the peel. That’s because you should be eating them too!

It turns out that banana peels are nutritional powerhouses loaded with energy-rich B vitamins, potassium and magnesium.

4. Applying ice can reduce the swelling and minimize the appearance.

An ice cube is one of the most inexpensive ingredients that can be used over face to get a clear and beautiful skin. Who does not want a clear and glowing complexion, that too by using some natural products? We all know how wonderful water is for our body and skin, so how can its frozen form be any harmful! Today, let me inform you all how you can get healthy skin and maintain it by using ice cubes.

Ice cubes are used by beauty experts so that their makeup stays longer, and does not melt off too soon. All you need to do is take some ice cubes in a handkerchief and rub it on the face. Repeating this process thoroughly once all around the face and neck, and then applying the makeup can help it to stay on your face for longer.

5. Putting some alcohol on and around your love bite can reduce irritation and the inflammation.

The Alcohol Beverage Federation of Ireland (ABFI) have released a statement claiming that a new health warning labelling system on alcohol will do ‘untold damage’ to the Irish alcohol industry.

Several months ago, the Public Health Alcohol Bill passed through its final stage in the Seanad on Friday afternoon.

The proposed changes will see one third of available space on alcohol products detail health warnings, including links to cancer.

“We in Ireland have a serious problem,” said Minister Harris. “We drink too much alcohol and we drink in a way that is harmful to ourselves and those around us. The statistics can still shock even if we have heard them before.”

The alcohol industry in Ireland is a massive market, with 92,000 people employed in the drinks industry alone, and the combined hospitality sector, which includes pubs, hotels, restaurants, breweries, distilleries, retailers, manufacturers and distributors, employs almost 210,000 people across the country.


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