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Apparently, NYC Is A Wrinkly Place To Live

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    Have wrinkles? You may not yet, but if you're living in New York City, the odds are not in your favor. Turns out (lucky you!) you're more susceptible to skin damage and premature aging than residents of 48 other major cities across America.

    A new study performed by Sperling’s BestPlaces and RoC Skincare determined that New Yorkers are living in the second highest wrinkle-prone area (right behind Riverside, California). That's thanks to "lifestyle, occupational, and environmental criteria" — a.k.a. sleepless nights, job stress, and those killer temperature swings.

    Getting wrinkles just thinking about it? Relax — you don't need to relocate. Instead, we've rounded up six anti-aging products that can help you in the fight against fine lines.

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