While known for its beautiful rock formations, the hot dry air of Utah is very harsh on your skin. Even when the ground is covered in snow during the winter, the dry air can still be damaging to your skin, often causing xerosis. According to the CDC, Utah has some of the highest rates of skin cancer (Melanoma) in the country. Because of this, it is important for all living in Utah to have a very specific type of skin care regimen, one that takes into account these very specific environmental conditions, and that’s where we come in.
Whether it’s to repair skin damaged by the harsh high desert climate of Utah, or just to make sure your skin maintains its healthy youthful glow, Skin by D is your go-to resource for all things skin.
Because of the elevation, the risk of developing melanoma in Utah is greater than in most other states. Protect your skin by always wearing sunscreen, especially during peak UV hours (12-4pm).
The dry desert air of Utah can cause your skin to dry out and become damaged. It’s important to always moisturize and talk to a professional if your skin requires additional care.
While the mountains of Utah are beautiful, they also create traps for pollutants. The air pollution in Utah can cause accelerated aging, skin damage, uneven skin tone, and skin cancer. Make sure to regularly wash your face to best combat the pollutants.