According to WebMd, the best treatment for the bruising that accompanies a black eye is to apply an ice pack for 10 minutes and then remove the ice for 10 minutes to prevent damaging the surrounding skin. The cold compre... More »

A black eye is not a serious condition and can be treated by applying ice to the affected area. One may also use painkillers, such as paracetamol and ibuprofen, to help with pain, if necessary. This condition does not re... More »

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Black eyes are caused by bleeding underneath the skin due to blunt impact. The skin underneath the eyes is thinner, so blood pooling in the area is more obvious than in other areas, giving the distinctive shine to a blac... More »

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Home treatment for bruising involves applying ice with a wash cloth covering the skin for 15 minutes several times within the first 48 hours, elevating the bruised area, and resting it properly, states WebMD. It helps to... More »

A black eye is not a serious condition and can be treated by applying ice to the affected area. One may also use painkillers, such as paracetamol and ibuprofen, to help with pain, if necessary. This condition does not re... More »

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The only treatment doctors recommend for a black eye is applying a cold object to the affected area, notes WebMD. This reduces swelling and bleeding below the eye. There are home remedies such as applying arnica or oil, ... More »

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To cover up a black eye with makeup, apply ice to the area to reduce swelling, blend a yellow-based concealer onto the bruise, and cover it with another concealer that matches your skin tone. For brownish-yellow bruises,... More »