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The 1-Second Trick For Getting Sand Completely Off Your Body

July 8, 2016 by Caroline Pirozzolo
shefinds | beauty

We’re all for spending a relaxing day in the sun and sand, but a beach day can make for a pretty serious mess when it’s time to leave. We’re talking sand. Everywhere. Especially if you have somewhere to be post-beach day or simply don’t want to make a mess of your car, getting rid of sand on your skin before leaving the beach is a must – but that doesn’t mean it’s easy. The one easy trick for getting your skin sand-free once and for all? (And no, we’re not talking about those showers near the entrance!)

Next time you’re beach-bound, throw a bottle of baby powder in your bag. Before getting into your car, pour some into your hands and “wash” any sand-covered body parts – the sand should slide right off!

If you’ve been struggling with those beach showers only to have more sand stick to your wet legs and feet, this hack will be a welcome fix!

Honest Organic Baby Powder ($11.95)

For more summer beauty hacks, check out: The One Thing You Should Do As Soon As You Start To Feel Your Skin Getting Sunburned and The One Thing You Should Always Do Before Going To Bed

[Photo: Frassy]

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