Goodbye, fine lines: This microdermabrasion kit is ‘by far the best’ — and it’s $100 off

Yahoo Life has received compensation to create this article, and receives commission from purchases made via links on this page. Pricing and availability are subject to change. Tackle smile lines, crow’s feet and more. (Photo: QVC) If your skin is looking a little too blah for your liking, that doesn’t mean it’s irreversible — nor do you have to go to a dermatologist or a professional to get your glow back.

Microdermabrasion is a cosmetic procedure that sloughs away dead skin cells by removing the top layer of your skin, which helps reduce signs of aging and reveal a brighter, more youthful complexion. While the treatment used to only be performed by pros — and you’d have to pay up for it — now you can get the same results in the comfort of your home.

The MicrodermMD Microdermabrasion System achieves the same effect as in-office treatments, using a dual-action diamond tip that acts as both an exfoliator and a suction. The two-phase system promotes cell turnover by eradicating dead skin; plus, it reduces the appearance of wrinkles.

Even better? It’s just $199 (down from $299). You can even split up your payments into five interest-free installments of $24. If you’re a first-time shopper, use code HOLIDAY for $10 off. Fine lines don’t stand a chance. (Photo: QVC) Sounds complicated? Not at all! The machine’s software can talk you through your treatment. Once you hit the start button, the screen will guide you through a five-minute cycle. Have sensitive skin? There’s even a gentler Sensitive Mode that’s made just for you.

Says a five-star reviewer: "I have used other at-home microderm machines and this one is by far the best. I have very sensitive skin and this does not irritate my skin."

The magic of the machine is that it can be used anywhere on your body. Want to tackle dead skin on your neck, arms or decolletage? Just switch to the body diamond tip, and start the program. Plus, if you battle "maskne" or clogged pores, you can use the pore extraction tip to get all that gunk out of there.

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