Desquamation of the scalp
Scalp desquamation is actually an abnormal desquamation of it. Indeed, on the scalp, cells are constantly evolving and the desquamation of those who died is a perfectly normal process. When this process goes awry, cells multiply at a faster rate (more than once per month) and sebum makes dead cells clump together into small strips or small white flakes called dandruff. There are many causes to desquamation: stress, fatigue, weather, seasonal changes, sunburn, eczema, psoriasis, etc..