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The folks at the DailyGlow analyzed 55 of the biggest cities in the U.S. gathering data to define the number of dermatologists in the area, skin cancer rates, and the climate to determine the best and worst cities for your skin.

I happen to live in Colorado and was actually surprised to see that it was on the list at number 19.  With dry air and high elevation I thought it would be farther down on the list, so I was pleasantly surprised, although there goes blaming the dry air for my wrinkles.

There are many factors that play a part in the health of your skin, and now it appears that before planting your roots in a new location you had better check this list to see where your city falls.   It’s just one more thing to consider when on the quest for more beautiful skin.



Written by Victoria Girard
Victoria Girard helps women all over the world improve their skin with powerful tools such as red LED light therapy, natural skin care products, and tips on living a healthy lifestyle.