Cleanlogic’s new skin care products are specifically for sensitive skin

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Most people nowadays are actively focusing on their skin care routines. Cleanlogic, a brand that already offers exfoliating products that are accessible and inclusive, is now taking it a step further for those whose skin may need an extra bit of TLC.

Launching with a new logo and colors, Cleanlogic is on a mission to make self-care more enjoyable. So, what’s new? The new line focuses on sensitive skin, from large body exfoliators to sustainable back scrubbers. The products have antimicrobial protection, which slows down the spread of microorganisms such as bacteria and mold. There are exfoliators with a textured side for body exfoliation and a microfiber side to smooth skin.

Not only do they have great products, but Cleanlogic’s brand mission is one that’ll definitely encourage others. Cleanlogic is the first brand to have functional braille on all product packaging. Additionally, a portion of sales is donated to visually-impaired organizations.

Check out some of our favorite products from Cleanlogic down below and shop the entire new collection on

1. Cleanlogic Exfoliating Round Dual Texture Face and Body Scrubbers, $11.67

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2. Large Exfoliating Body Scrubber (3-count), $15

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3. Detox Purifying Charcoal Body Scrubber (3 count), $18

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