Topping the list is Phoenix in the US, where the average temperature is 22°C and humidity is 36%
Consumers hoping for a glowing complexion on their next holiday might want to take the results of a new study into account before booking.
Chemberry, a personal and home care ingredients search platform, studied the most populous countries in the world to determine which ones are best and worst for skin health.
The results took into account air quality, temperature, average UV radiation, humidity, average wind speed, average daily cigarette consumption per smoker, traffic congestion and other factors that can impact dermatological health.
The capital of Arizona is known for its . . .
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