Shed plugged nostril help

TheBeard9789

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Looking for the best way to aid my beardie in helping her shed, her face is completely shed free. Only problem is that she has shed skin coving both nostrils she got everything else off herself except her nostrils. I tried to help by gently rubbing it but she wants no part of it and she becomes a squirmer and freaks out. Water isn't working so kinda drawing a blank here though I was thinking tweezers but it's risky
 

KarrieRee

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Hiccup he is 4 and Blaze is 2
Looking for the best way to aid my beardie in helping her shed, her face is completely shed free. Only problem is that she has shed skin coving both nostrils she got everything else off herself except her nostrils. I tried to help by gently rubbing it but she wants no part of it and she becomes a squirmer and freaks out. Water isn't working so kinda drawing a blank here though I was thinking tweezers but it's risky
No tweezers- spray her face use a soft baby toothbrush - let her blow it out if that doesn't work
 

KarrieRee

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Beardie name(s)
Hiccup he is 4 and Blaze is 2
I used Q tips and just wet them and gently went over it lightly and she didn't squirm or freakout. Any soft baby tooth brush? Or like a specific brand?
Any baby soft toothbrush - it's good to have when the shed is dry and crackly wet them down and gently brush - this is for the body not necessarily the nostrils
 

TheBeard9789

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Any baby soft toothbrush - it's good to have when the shed is dry and crackly wet them down and gently brush - this is for the body not necessarily the nostrils
I have never used a tooth brush believe it or not my vet had to show me how to take shed off I was to nervous. But this was shed that was attached by the tiniest pieces though the nostril issue is new to me
 

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