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Monday, March 21, 2011

Sand Gone Review!

Do you love to go to the beach~But dislike the sand that seems to follow you everywhere?!? I know that every time we go to the beach~I am forever shaking things out not matter how good we try to get the sand off everything. It seems that the little feet that enter my car{that would be the grandchildren}have sand hidden! That is why I was super excited to sample Sand Gone.
 
About Sand Gone~
Sand Gone is a dry body powder that, when applied to sand covered skin, removes the sand and leaves the skin soft and smooth while feeling fresh and clean.
Sand Gone comes in an attractive eight ounce jar with a screw-able lid. Within the jar is a microfiber applicator. It is extremely soft but also durable. It can be cleaned by household washers and dryers when necessary. The applicator also has a strap across it to help secure it to the user's hand as the powder is applied.
The dry, white powder is both non-toxic and non-talc. It also contains a hint of coconut fragrance. Sand Gone is best used when cleaning up while leaving the beach. However, Sand Gone works perfectly well when cleaning up after the sand box, playground or wherever one encounters sand. It is like having a "dry shower" from a jar. In addition to removing the sand, Sand Gone also removes the salt from your skin after a day at the beach. No more uncomfortable "scratchy feeling" under clothing during the drive home.
After using Sand Gone, you will quickly find that it becomes one of those must-haves at the beach, sandbox or park. You will know to bring your sunblock and shades...but also your SAND GONE.

Sand Gone was founded by Tiffany Smith, a mother of two children.

You can find Sand Gone on Facebook  and Twitter too!
 
 
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