According to a study by RoC Skincare, Clevelanders are looking pretty good when it comes to wrinkles.
Of 50 cities listed in the 2016 RoC Wrinkle Ranking, with #50 (San Jose, Calif.) being the least wrinkle-prone in 2040, Cleveland ranks as a healthy #35.
Philadelphia, Penn. is predicted to be the most wrinkle-prone city in America in 2040, due to high stress levels, airborne pollution, lengthy commute times and higher than average smoking rates.
The study, published by RoC® Skincare and research firm Sperling’s Best Places, looked at major metropolitan areas' risk for skin damage and premature aging by the year 2040. The analysis is based on factors commonly known to affect skin health, like lifestyle, occupational and environmental influences. Its goal is to shine a light on how these factors affect skin aging.
Curious where other cities stack up? Read the full report here.