Let $C_1$ and $C_2$ be two proper full dimensional closed convex cones in $\mathbb{R}^n$ that are pointed. Suppose that $C_1\subseteq C_2$ and that the boundary of $C_1$ is contained in the boundary of $C_2$. Then is $C_1=C_2$? Any references for a result of this form would be welcome. I suspect this to be true, and I have some rough ideas about how to prove this, but my arguments seem messy and I am worried that my intuition from low dimensional and finitely generated cases goes wrong in the generality I am considering.

By pointed I mean that $(-C)\cap C=\{0\}$ and by full dimensional I mean that $C$ spans $\mathbb{R}^n$. I am particularly interested when $C_1,C_2$ are not necessarily finitely generated, though partial results in the finitely generated or finitely generated rational case would be welcome.