The editors at Yahoo Lifestyle are committed to finding you the best products at the best prices. At times, we may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page. Your skin is home to millions of bacteria and dead skin cells that can tarnish the way it looks by forming into pigmentation, acne and wrinkles. Because human skin has so many layers to it, different facial practices have developed over the years to specifically target these areas with the goal of rejuvenation and renewal. One rehabilitating and preventative procedure is microdermabrasion, the process of exfoliating and removing the top layer of dry and dead skin cells on your face. Medical aesthetician Maria Barry told HuffPost that microdermabrasion machines can buff and polish the skin using a crystal tip to remove the dead skin cells and dirt that rests on your face. This procedure isn’t just for professional salons and offices. At-home microdermabrasion machines are available and trusted as well. The No. 1 selling (FDA-approved) microdermabrasion tool at Amazon, the Microderm Glo, uses a diamond tip to get rid of the top layer of skin (and removing all the gunk), while also enhancing blood flow, leavin...