Don’t blame sunscreens for frontal fibrosing alopecia

Contact allergy to sunscreen ingredients is unlikely to explain the increasing incidence of frontal fibrosing alopecia (FFA), allergists say. Dr Claire Felmingham and colleagues at the Skin and Cancer Foundation, Victoria say there is a danger that unfounded concerns about triggering FFA may lead to people avoiding sunscreens and putting themselves at risk of UV damage ...

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