I keep a thing of baby powder in my beach bag. "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!
How to Remove Sand off After Being at the Beach. Shake some baby powder on your calves and feet and rub it around. The powder should absorb any moisture remaining on your skin and the sticky, wet sand should just fall away.
Use a mesh laundry pop-up bag for beach toys, at the beach and home, and keep the sand where it belongs. Also, use baby powder or corn starch to get sand off of skin. Just sprinkle where the sand is and it falls right off!
Make Your Own Deodorizing Bath and Body Powder 2 cups cornstarch 2 cups baking soda 1 tablespoon cinnamon 10 to 15 drops essential oil of choice (Optional) The baking soda and cinnamon are natural deodorizers while the cornstarch is very absorbent.
I bring baby powder every time to beach! Like to snack at the beach? Easily remove sand from your hands by "washing" them with baby powder! This works great for cleaning kids up after playing in the sand box as well!