Red or sore skin
Common areas where frostbite occurs are the fingers, toes, cheeks, nose, ears, and chin. If any of these turn red, that’s a sign of frostnip, an early warning sign of frostbite. Frostnip doesn’t permanently damage the skin, but it’s a signal to seek warm shelter quickly. Another frostnip symptom might include the skin feeling very cold to the touch.
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