The skin that you're picking off is dead skin. Yes it grows back.
DEAD SKIN.. The process of removing dead skin and scabs or what your mum used to call "picking your scabs off " is called Debridement.
It could be that if your gecko has just shed it's skin, it's toes nead a soak in water in order to soften the dried skin around the toes. Geckos shed and eat the skin for nutrients, and can normally do a good job of getting the skin off themselves, but toes are tricky and without a helping hand of a soak, the skin can cut off the circulation to the toes and the tips will eventually drop off, resulting in them not being able to cling as well. When you spot your gecko looking a like he/she has a white film, then they are going to shed most likely the same day, so for the next couple of days keep an aye out and once the shed is finished, help with the toes. it can also help to spray the tank with a mist of water to keep humidity up to help wit the overall shed.
Yes! If your toes are badly damaged, your nerve endings can break down and die, causing your toes to fall off! Ew!
No buddy, give the cut time to heal. Picking at scabs to make them prematurely slough off can lead to scarring. Then you'll have a skin imperfection that can't be removed so easily.
Picking Up and Dropping Off - 2003 TV is rated/received certificates of: Australia:PG
No, he did not cut off any toes. He was elected, just like every other president.
yes they can they cut them off then bite them
He got two toes cut off.
Yes I believe she does I'd love to massage chocolate pudding and cool whip whip cream on her feet and toes then lick them off her feet and suck them clean off her pretty toes
cutting the toes off?
a dog bit them off