The jury is still out on the cause of frontal fibrosing alopecia but the increasing worldwide incidence over the last 20 years suggests it is a new disease involving an environmental factor. Dermatologist and president of the Institute of Trichologists in London Professor Andrew Messenger told the ACD ASM that – controversially – sunscreens were ...
Hair & nails
Growing numbers affected by frontal fibrosing alopecia
By Mardi Chapman
5 Jun 2019