Freezing temperatures or coming into direct contact with a cold object, such as an ice cube or ice pack, can damage the skin tissue and cause an ice burn. In this article, learn about the symptoms and risk factors of ice burns. We also cover how to treat them at home using first aid and when to seek medical treatment.
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