How to Treat Freezer Burn of Your Skin?

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A freezer burn of the skin is a mild form of frostbite. It is not terribly dangerous, but can be quite painful. Treat it by running the affected area of the skin under warm water. Make sure the water is warm, but not hot, as warming the skin up too quickly can be dangerous.
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1. Fill the sink or tub (depending on body part) with cool water, not cold. The water should be comfortable but cooler than room temperature. Very cold water or ice can worsen a burn
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There is no proven way to get rid of a freezer burn on your skin.
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In most cases water can be used to cool the burned area back to normal body temperature. In this case seeing as the burn broke the skin I would think it was either an irritated patch
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