Heal Bell and Aromatherapy also removes it from all Pokémon in the party. A Pokémon with Natural Cure will be cured upon switching out, one with the Hydration ability will be cured while it is raining, and one with Shed Skin has a 30% chance of being cured every turn.
Damaging Fire-type moves used on a frozen Pokémon will remove the freeze status. (This includes Hidden Power, if its type is fire). As of Generation II, freeze has a random, 20% chance to be cured on its own on the frozen Pokémon's turn. Consequently, the frozen Pokémon may thaw out on the turn of freezing; however, in Generation I, a frozen Pokémon never thaws without external aid. Pokémon cannot be frozen in sunny weather; contrary to popular belief, sunny weather does not cause a quicker thawing.
A frozen Pokémon can still use the moves Flame Wheel, Sacred Fire, Flare Blitz, Fusion Flare, and Scald while frozen; these moves will thaw the user, thaw the opponent if possible, and deal damage to the opponent. Ice-type Pokémon and those with the Magma Armor ability are completely immune to being frozen by Ice-type moves.