How does where you live affect your skin? A new study ranks geological locations for skin care

We all know the weather affects our skin. For me, summers equal more freckles and burnt noses, while winters mean super dry cheeks and a pale complexion. However, a new study has come out ranking cities on skincare based on dermatologists per capita, skin cancer rates, climate, air pollution, tanning beds per capita, and percentage of adults of exercise regularly and smoke.

Jessica Wu, M.D., author of "Feed Your Face" and skin and beauty expert for Daily Glow, analyzed 55 US cities to find  "where skin is most likely to shine and which locations need to clear up their complexion." 

Check the gallery for the top 10 cities! Is your city on the list?

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