Hello everyone! Like many on this forum (I'm sure), I'm just worried poppa for my little AFT gecko. He's 17 or 18 years old; I've had him for a long time! I've always been worried I haven't provided the best husbandry for him as best as I could. He currently has a shredded skin chunk hanging from his face; it runs from the tip of his nostril to the closedt edge of his eyes. He has easily shredded all of the other skin on his body. Again, he has a build of 'shedded' ski which is still attached close to his nostrils. Admittedly, I tried to help him shed by wetting a q-tip and gently wiping his face. I later felt this was a terrible mistake; these creatures have shredded for thousands of years without human help, and it seems like the area I tried to help in is now a problem area for my gecko to she'd. How do I help my gecko? Is it as simple as giving him a luke-warm bath? Should I leave him alone and let his body fix it? Does it sound drastic enough to bring him to a vet? Please let a worried papa know!