Black eyes :-

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A black eye is an appearance of bruising around the eyes.  It is usually the result of trauma to the head or face, which causes bleeding under the skin.  When small blood vessels, or capillaries, under the skin break, blood leaks into the surrounding tissue.  This is what causes discoloration or bruising.

 Most black eyes are not serious, but sometimes they can be an indicator of a medical emergency such as a skull fracture.  A black eye is also known as bruising around the eyes and bruising around the eyes.

Black eyes :-

Black eyes may appear after some surgical procedures, such as nose surgery or facelift.  A black eye can occur when blood, originating from the forehead or nose, gets pooled under the eye by gravity.  "Raccoon eyes" refers to the blood that settles under the eyes and is associated with fractures in the base of the skull.

Over the course of a few days, the black and blue markings around the eyes turn yellow or green.  This is because the blood under the skin eventually breaks down and is reabsorbed into the surrounding tissue.

Black eyes :-

Depending on the amount of blood collected within the skin, up to two weeks may be required for the tissues to return to a normal color.

It is important to know that an unexplained injury to someone you know could be a sign of domestic violence or abuse.  Your health providers are required by law to ask questions to make sure you are safe in your home situation.

Black eyes home treatment:-

Ice pack:-

1) Wrap the ice cubes in a clean cotton or muslin cloth.

2) Keep it over the eyes for about 10 minutes.

3) Repeat this process several times a day during the first 48 hours.

Hot compress:-

1) Dip a clean cloth in warm water and squeeze out the excess water.

2) Keep a warm cloth on the affected eye until the cloth cools down.

3) Repeat the process several times a day.

Vitamin C intake :-

Vitamin C intake:-

1) There are many foods rich in Vitamin C such as Indian gooseberry, guava, chilli, lime, lemon, broccoli, mango and orange. Vitamin C helps thicken the walls of blood vessels, aiding in the healing process.


1) Put a handful of petals separated from fresh calendula flowers in a cup of hot water.

2) Let it soak for 10 to 15 minutes and then keep it in the fridge for about half an hour.

3) Soak a clean cloth in this cold solution and keep it on the eye area for about 5 minutes.

4)Do this several times for a few days.

Potato slices:-

1) Peel a medium-sized potato and cut it into thick slices.

2) Keep the potato slices in the fridge for half an hour.

3) Then put a cold piece of potato on the affected eye for half an hour

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