Easy Trick to Remove Sand from Skin!

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Sand here, Sand there, Sand, Sand EVERYWHERE!!  Heading to the beach this summer??

Here’s something you’ll want to toss in your beach bag… Baby Powder!

When it comes time to leave, and you {or the kiddos} are covered in sticky sand… simply pull out the baby powder and use some to help you easily remove the sand from your skin. You’ll never head to the beach without it again!  ;)  I’ve also heard that cornstarch works, too!  {how easy is that?!?}

Thanks to several frugal friends for sharing this great tip on The Frugal Girls Facebook page!

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7 Responses to Easy Trick to Remove Sand from Skin!

  1. Barb says:

    Definitely going to give it a try!

  2. Another good tip I learned is to bring a wide paint brush with you for brushing the sand off. Works great too.

  3. Brooke Farrell says:

    Another good thing is baby oil. But only to remove tar if you step in some.

  4. sadie says:

    corn starch has been the best diaper rash ‘cream’ i’ve ever used!!! tried EVERYTHING on a really bad case once until grandma suggested cornstarch it was gone within a day!!!

  5. Christine says:

    Love this!

  6. Rosie says:

    I keep a travel sized powder bottle in the car and beach bag. You can carefully pop off the top and refill them with less expensive larger packages.

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