Top 10 Best Skin Cities


Milwaukee, Wisconsin

The cheese state probably conjures images of beer, snow and, of course, cheese but it has even more to offer—including the right climate for great skin. "Due to the longer winters and shorter summers, there is less risk for overexposure to the sun and sun damage," says Jody Levine, M.D., clinical instructor of dermatology at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City. But that doesn't mean you can forgo sunscreen. Snow reflects the sun, which can damage skin, so slather on a sunblock that's at least SPF 15.