My baby has peeling skin on her toes. Is this ok?

Probably. Very young babies (under 1 month) peel frequently and this is very normal. Older babies may peel as a result of dry skin. However there are some skin conditions snd infections that may cause this so pls mention to your pediatrician.
May be. If there is no redness and no other sign of illness it is normal.

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