Written on July 12, 2013 at 9:00 am , by Molly Ritterbeck
I live for sunny beach days (covered in SPF, of course!) spent reading a good book and listening to the waves roll in. What I don’t love: getting covered in sand. I like to perch in my beach chair and rest my feet on a plush towel to keep them clean. I don’t mean to sound high-maintenance but have you ever tried to slather sunscreen on sandy legs? It’s kind of painful and messy. So during my recent family beach vacation, I brought along something that promised to help. Meet the Powder Pouch ($9, powderpouch.com). Created by a fifth-generation beach family, this clever little fabric sack is filled with talc, which absorbs the moisture on your skin that makes the sand cling on. It works best on dry skin so if you just got out of the ocean, dry off a bit before using. Then pat the pouch against your skin and watch the sand fall off. This is a must-have for kids (we used it every day on my nine-month-old niece). Plus, a portion of every Powder Pouch sold in 2013 will be donated to the Long Beach Christmas Angel, Inc., which helps communities in need, including those affected by Superstorm Sandy, get back on their feet. So you can get sand relief and give Sandy relief at the same time. How cool? For more info, read here.