Le Papillon (Grindhouse and Watercolors) sheds its form and create a new one whenever it creates a universe, whatever's left of its old body ranging from fossilized remnants to landforms, natural phenomenon and even living, breathing abstract prosopopeians.
Husk (Marvel Comics) sheds her old skin to create new one with any substance she desires.
The shed skin of Spider-Man (Marvel Comics)
Miia (Monster Musume) shedding the skin on her tail.
Orochimaru (Naruto) emerges with a new body.
Sasuke Uchiha (Naruto) using this ability to regenerate any damage he suffered.
Kabuto Yakushi (Naruto) using this ability more like a shell that he can reenter.
Lucy's Seviper (Pokémon Adventures) using Shed Skin to shed its skin, curing itself of any status conditions like poison or burn.
A shapeshifter (Supernatural) in the process of shedding his skin.
Chong (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2012 TV series) after shedding his skin.
Viper (The Wolverine) sheds the skin off her face.
During the final stage of his transformation into a super-soldier, Billy Miles (The X-Files) bloodily sheds his skin.
Karai (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2012) shedding her skin to heal from burns.
Gore Magala (Monster Hunter Series) shedding its scales to become its adult form, Shagaru Magala.
After shedding its rusted skin, Rusted Kushala Daora (Monster Hunter Series) skin becomes extremely vulnerable to attacks until it hardens, which later its named Kushala Daora.
Greg Arkin (Smallville) shedding his skin in the shower.
Anodites like Sunny (Ben 10) can remove their human skin.
The Lizard (Marvel Comics) sheds his old skin after killing Billy Connors...
...becoming a more reptilian being without the Curt Connors persona holding him back.