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  • Tracey Trullinger

    Smart Idea: Baby powder gets the sand off! add this to your beach bag! Applying baby powder to your skin after a day at the beach will not only help to remove sand, it will help to remove the greasy build-up of heavy sunscreens and tanning lotions as well as prevent chaffing from the salty water.

  • WarrenandJessica Cheely

    BEACH: "baby powder gets sand off your skin easily, who knew?" - my aunt did! This was a lifesaver at the beach this summer! Totally keeping powder in the beach bag from that day forward!

  • Jen Hillesheim

    Clever ideas: baby powder to remove sand from feetVia: Add this item to your beach bag. Baby powder gets sand off your skin easily – who knew?!

  • Melissa Holmes

    Add this item to your beach bag! Baby powder gets sand off your skin easily. Need to remember this for our next beach trip.

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