Vail Valley health: Protect your skin from UV rays, wind and dry weather

14th September, 2015 by

By Krista Driscoll

It’s everyone’s dream to have dewy-soft, wrinkle-free skin, but at 8,150 feet, the dry, full-sunshine climate in the Vail Valley can sometimes incite less-than-supple skin conditions. Living in a mountain region means that your skin needs a little extra tender, loving care, not only during the winter months, but also during the more than 300 days per year we reside under Rocky Mountain blue skies.Sun exposureVail’s alpine weather brings non-humid summers, which lead into crisp autumns and bluebird powder days, but it is also the culprit in causing wind-burned, dehydrated, chapped skin and, of course, increased sun exposure. Because there …

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