Dandruff is a shedding of the skin that leads to white flakes on the head, neck shoulders, eye, brows, eyelids, creases of the nose, lips, and behind the ears.
Dandruff may be caused by a form of a skin condition called eczema. Dandruff cause increased shedding of normal skin cells. Seasonal changes may make dandruff worse.
Common symptoms of dandruff include white, flakes of dead skin in hair and on shoulders and an itchy, scaling scalp. Stress, fatigue, weather extreme, oily skin, infrequent shampoos or skin Cleaning, use of locations that contain alcohol, skin disorders (such as acne), or obesity may increase the risk.