Picture this: You've got a busy day ahead and you're already stressed out. First is the commute to work. Then you have a deadline you've got to meet. You're on-the-go for the rest of the afternoon. The meeting with the boss didn't go well. It was a tough day. Back in the car for the commute home. You're too tired to cook, so fast food it is, and maybe some alcohol to relax. Sound familiar? Sure, we know about the effects of this lifestyle health-wise, but what about skin-wise?
Could these be contributing factors to wrinkles?
RoC Skincare, an anti-aging pioneer, has partnered with independent research firm, Sperling’s Best Places, to release the second annual Wrinkle Ranking. I had no idea this existed, but found it fascinating. I think you will too!
The 2015 RoC® Wrinkle Ranking determines the U.S. states where the residents’ skin are most at risk from damage caused by lifestyle, occupational and environment factors. Let's see where your state ranked:
Find your state--these are ranked from most-wrinkle prone to least. What is your state ranked?
Next, find your state--where you live could make you more or less wrinkle-prone. I live in Georgia, which ranked 27. Check out the likelihood of getting wrinkles based on where you live.
The study also found the top five factors that contribute to wrinkles. These include low winter temp, increase in extreme weather temps, commute time, sunny days, and elevation. Find your state and the wrinkle-contributing factor.
Here's what the study found:
What did you think of the study? Were you surprised at your state's results?
This post is brought to you by RoC Skincare.