Frostbite can happen to anyone who spends time outdoors in frigid temperatures. The good news is that you can prevent frostbite. You’ll find out what you can do to prevent it in this month’s video. Chock-full of tips, this video also tells you what increases your risk of getting frostbite and reveals how to reduce these risks. You’ll even get tips to prevent permanent damage if you develop early symptoms of frostbite.

Frostbite: Prevention and treatment (3:21)

What Dermatologists Tell their Patients

Winter winds and cold weather are common rosacea triggers. If winter triggers your rosacea, be sure to cover your face with a soft-feeling scarf or ski mask before you head outdoors. Wearing a soft-feeling fabric is essential. Wool and rough-feeling fabrics can irritate your skin, causing the rosacea to flare.Related Academy resources: