It is rare, but it is possible to get an allergy to cold temperature.

Skin exposure to cold temperature can release histamine which results in itching, swelling, hives and skin redness. If it is serious the medication is antihistamine. The symptoms are also like food allergy.

In a very cold climate your dress is very important. Warm clothes are needed. It is important to close your ears and forehead. Long underwear, wool socks, gloves and a thick winter coat is a must. You have to cover your head and with a fashion sun glass, the chance for allergy is negligible.