City Pulse

By Stef Schwalb

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A life without light. Think about it for a second. Unfortunately, during Hurricane Sandy many people got a glimpse of what it would be like – and it was very unnerving. But what if you spent your entire life in the dark? Things we take for granted, such as being able to see the products we buy and read their labels, would become a frustrating daily experience even for basics – like soap.

Cleanlogic is a company that has been a longtime supporter in aiding the lives of the visually impaired. As a brand with braille on its packaging, Cleanlogic helps blind individuals understand labels as they shop and raises awareness for this growing epidemic. Vision loss is presently one of the fast-growing disabilities in the country due to the rise of diabetes.

With the introduction of the Green line, Cleanlogic is now giving back to the environment too. This newly launched collection includes 13 products made from sustainable materials, including bamboo and ramie plants. The collection is designed to enhance your bath experience while preserving the earth and includes mesh bath sponges, facial buffs, moisture gloves and socks, and more. Bath brushes are made from cruelty-free synthetic bristles, and natural loofah materials are grown from the ground.

Prices for products in the Cleanlogic Green line range from $1.99 – $5.99 and can be purchased at For more information on Cleanlogic Green, to view the collections, or read more about its mission, head to

Originally published November 2012



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