What are the Signs of Frostbite?
Frostbite is the name of when the skin and the tissue beneath it freeze, typically caused by overexposure to frigid weather. Frostbite will occur on the exposed parts of the body such as the fingers, toes, and on the nose, ears, cheeks, and chin. Frostbite symptoms can be hard or waxy-looking skin, or even red, or white, or pale looking skin; numbness or a cold or burning sensation, muscle and joint stiffness, and even a painful, or prickly itchy feel. Frostbite starts as frostnip, mild and turning the skin red or numb, it will not permanently damage the skin but may hurt as warmth returns to the area. As exposure increasing, ice may form in the tissue, and permanent skin and nerve damage can occur.
List of Remedies for Frostbite