Ice and salt, is that a burn or frostbite?

Answer When you make home made ice cream, you put salt on the ice because it makes it get colder. Therefore your boyfriend has frostbite.

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How to get rid of ice burn/ frostbite?

It'll start to get scaly and eventually peel off, kind of like a sunburn. You'll have some new pink skin growing in which will eventually blend in with the rest of the area. There's really nothing ... Read More »

Is this considered a chemical burn, or frostbite?

I would class it as frost bite, so a burn caused by the cold. I wouldn't expect it to get worse no, as it is it is just a 1st degree burn which will just need to be run under cold water (I know tha... Read More »

Can a burn from salt and ice give a 3rd degree burn?

Actually, the ice can burn to 3rd degree. Especially easily done with one of those ice packs or gel ice packs attached to the injury with nothing between that and skin. It happened to a nurse I kno... Read More »

I have two low-hanging, distended, bulbous blood oranges that almost suffered frostbite last night. How can?

Being the sexual deviant immoral God-denying person that I am, my mind immediately thought you were talking about your bewbs, Olga dear. Alas, I was wrong, alas...I don't know how to save your oran... Read More »