It manifests itself with fine, dry scales, easy to detach and occupy almost the entire capillary area. The scalp shows no inflammatory signs, but dryness and dull hair.
The scales are thicker and larger, often covered by a sebaceous film. They are preferably located in the area of the frontal scalp, which corresponds to the most seborrheic area. They usually remain attached to the hair and scalp, forming plaques.