Ice Burn: Symptoms, Treatment, and More


An ice burn occurs when ice or other extremely cold things come into contact and damage or cause an injury to the skin.

Ice burns tend to occur after extended exposure to freezing or below freezing temperatures. For example, if you apply a cold pack directly to your skin, you might get an ice burn. The proper guide is to wrap the cold pack in a towel before placing it on the skin.

This article will discuss with you the symptoms and causes of an ice burn, as well as how they are treated and prevented.