Ball Pythons shedding
Ball pythons will shed once every 1-3 months but the shedding process also depends on how often and in what quantities the snake is being fed.
You can tell your snake is entering the shedding process by noticing several signs.
1. Pink underside and dull skin.
2. Opaque coloring and cloudy blue eyes.
It is not recommended to feed your snake after this point.
3. Clearing up. Still cloudy but not as opaque as before.
4. Getting rid of the old skin. (Obvious sign of shedding.)
And all done.
If the skin comes off in pieces, this is not normal. Typically increasing the humidity of the cage and/or hydration of the snake helps a lot. Zoo Med's Repti Shedding Aid works wonders. As well as a soak in warm NOT HOT water. Warm damp cloths rubbed on problem area is just as good.