New York City
Believe it or not, the Big Apple actually has one of the lowest rates of skin cancer in the country. "Pollution levels here are on the higher side but it's only notably sunny about half of the year," says Levine. "Thus, there is less risk for overexposure to the sun." Plus, the recent smoking ban shields New Yorkers from harmful secondhand cigarette smoke, which can make skin look dull and contribute to fine lines and wrinkles.