What to wear when you’re outside: Black sandals for the summer.
Photo: Shutterstock.com/Kirsty BurdickBlack sandals are a good idea, but there are a few rules to keep in mind when it comes to wearing them outdoors.
The first is that it’s okay to wear sandals while driving, but only if you’re actually going to be outside for more than five minutes.
The second rule is to only wear sandal sandals when you have a car or a motorcycle, or if you need to get somewhere fast and quick.
It’s a rule that could be overlooked, especially when the sun is out.
“The sun is always the most powerful source of UV light,” explained Dr. Jens Hansen, a professor of epidemiology at the University of Copenhagen and a co-author of the study.
“But you have to be very careful when you get out of your car, or you will get a lot of UV damage.”
Hansen said it’s also important to remember that the sun does have a limit.
If the sun isn’t shining directly on you at any point, your skin will start to turn darker and darker, he said.
“The darker the skin, the more damage it’s going to cause,” he explained.
“So it’s a good thing to wear your sandals, but be aware that the UV is going to hit you.
It will be visible and will damage you.”
If you want to stay safe, be sure to get your sunscreen and a hat and cover up with a layer of sunscreen, goggles, and sunscreen-wearing clothing, Hansen added.
The sun is also a perfect way to protect against the effects of the sun-trapping chemicals known as DEHP and BPA, which can cause skin cancer and reproductive problems.
“Be careful when driving, because you’re going to see a lot more UV rays, and a lot less shade,” Hansen said.
“If you can, wear sunscreen.”
If all else fails, it may be a good time to get out your sunscreen, Hansen said, and make sure to wear sunscreen when you are outside.
If you have allergies to chemicals, it’s important to wear sunscreens when outdoors.
If your skin is sensitive to sunscreen, it might be best to avoid the sun altogether.