Variegated Dandruff

What is variegated dandruff?


Variegated dandruff is a fungal skin infection. It is a contagious disease and appears with small white, pink or brown spots that show dandruff peeling and are located on the chest, shoulders, ribs, neck and abdomen. The spots are initially small in size and can be found solitary or in the form of plaques along the skin. Variegated dandruff is a disease that can recur and show seasonal flares. 

Treatment is done with topical preparations or with oral drugs.