No, but i think you get swells on your skin that look like pimples just like frostbites. But they are not frostbites. Your pimple will swell until it pops out this white fluid. It will pain/hurt but this are causes from high temperatures exposure. Some examples may include high powered portable heaters in your room. Or maybe when you go to wash your face, you normally splash too much hot water on your face, mostly because of the cold environment which gives you the urge to use too much hot water.
Most of this happen frostbite like things, i call them somewhat pimples....they happen mostly on the face, i have many of them. That's because of the hot water and temperature.
Frostbite and Hypothermia
usually heat, or a burn. it could ALSO be caused by frostbite.
He is killed by frostbite.
Frostbite is not mold.
Frostbite is freezing on the skin.
You can get a cold, hypothermia, frostbite, pneumonia, heat lose in body, skin disorders, and even death.
tempature so low will cause insane heat to skin maby even -460 degrees F
You can get frostbite if you live in the UK.
a famous person who had frostbite
Yes you can get frostbite at 30F.
It is possible to get frostbite on your back.
During cold conditions, the flow of blood is reduced to hold onto heat. In winter, penguins will keep their feet a degree or two above freezing which reduces the chance of heat loss and avoids getting frostbite. Not all penguin species live in freezing conditions though.