The skin surface texture is one of the determinants of skin beauty. The skin surface texture is involved with skin microrelief lines, the surface glyphic structure, wrinkles, and furrows. The conspicuous facial pores corresponding to enlarged openings of pilosebaceous follicles also reduce the esthetic evaluation of the skin. Aging changes the structure and function of the epidermis and the dermis, which induces the appearance of wrinkles and sagging on facial skin. The beautification of the skin is associated with good conditions of the epidermis and the dermis and is affected by the appearance of the skin surface texture, facial pores, sagging, and wrinkles. In this chapter the aim is to describe the importance of the epidermis, the basement membrane at the dermal-epidermal junction (DEJ), and the dermis in the beautification of the skin.