* Keep your hands and feet warm. Wear gloves and socks when venturing outdoors.
* Another suggestion is to warm-up with exercise before going out, so that there is proper blood circulation to the affected parts such as feet.
* Soak your feet (if they are affected) in warm, not very hot water for a few minutes. Wipe your feet and gently massage with olive oil.
* You can even try an Epsom salt foot bath.
* As some people get chilblains if they try to warm up their cold skin too quickly by sitting near the fireplace or by using hot water bags, it is better if to warm-up gradually.
* Apply soothing calamine lotions to relieve your itching. Consult a dermatologist if your condition worsens or if it occurs as a side-effect of some drugs.