1. A hurtful remedy could be to use hurt-tar substance that would cause or stimulate chemical burns on the skin. It will remove the top layer of the affected area of skin. If you can bear the pains, this method is highly proven to remove hickies or any residual marks very fast.
2. Using any tubular object with a domed end, apply steady pressure over the hickeys and twist. It will hurt, but it will help. Lipstick caps, pen caps, and blistex caps work. The goal is to work the blood deeper into the skin.
3. Deodorant: spray on the deodorant and leave for 10-15 minutes, then wash off.
4. You can also prepare a paste of baking powder, mix with water and salt, and apply all around your neck area. Repeat this process several times, mostly early in the morning and at night for about four to five days.
5. The combo that works: This is a tried and tested method which works - it's a combination process (you may want to get the spoons in the fridge). Start with the cold spoon, rubbing from the centre of the hickey to the outside and beyond. After a few minutes of doing this, swap over to the warm toothbrush, rubbing from the centre to the outside, continue this process for 20-30 minutes.
6. A homemade remedy to get rid of hickeys is to put ice on the injured area. But, just like with using rubbing alcohol, you need to put the ice on the hickey right away or it won't be as efficient. To use this method, place a few ice cubes in a small towel (a dish towel works well) and hold it against your skin. Rub the ice gently around in a circular motion. Do this for ten minutes. If the skin on your neck gets too cold, wrap another towel around the ice. After the time is up, remove the ice, but massage the skin with your fingers. After ten minutes, reapply the ice and continue to rub it in a circular motion. Keep this up and keep checking the area to see how it looks. The next day, if you see that a hickey has formed, you can help get rid of it by dunking a wash cloth in very warm water. Wring it out loosely and place it against the injured skin. Do this three times a day. Wait until twenty-four hours have passed before you apply heat to the area. The ice helps stop the bleeding, while the heat helps increase circulation so your skin can heal. If you apply heat too soon to your hickey, it could cause the blood vessels to bleed even more.
7. After a while, you might also want to consider adding heat to the hickey to get it to go away. This will not work immediately, but after a couple of days, heating the hickey will allow it to go away. Ultimately, using a combination of these methods is the best way to go about getting rid of a hickey. The best policy is to stop your significant other from sucking on your neck, though.
8. Gentle rubbing of the skin (again the sooner the better) with a hairbrush or comb can quickly break up the blood. Don't use your fingers for this; if you happen to nip rather than rub you will end up with a very large, bright purple hickey.