Clean Logic Bath and Shower Products

Clean Logic Bath and Shower Products, review
Remember back in the day before shower poufs were everywhere? I think I was in high school. When the pouf came out, suddenly they were everywhere. Why would you use soap and a washcloth? So passé. Fast forward about 15 years or so, and we're still using poufs. Personally, I never feel like I get all of the soap washed out of it and after a few weeks mine are always falling apart. So, I was pretty excited to tryout a new option!

Clean Logic has a full range of shower products, including body wash and lotion. Today I'll share a few of their pouf alternatives with you. All of the products that I tried are "exfoliating", so they are a bit rough, though not much more than the typical Buff Puff. I do think a few people on the Clean Logic website were a bit confused about the exfoliating bit, so I assure you they're nothing like the "steel wool" that one woman claims!

Exfoliating Stretch Bath & Shower Body Cloth
This cloth is pretty large, about the size of 1 wash cloth wide by 2.5 wash cloths in length. It is very stretchy and this makes it pretty perfect for really scrubbing down your back, though obviously it works great for the whole body. It rinses out very easily which is great, much more so than the typical washcloth.

Exfoliating Body Scrubber
It's a bit hard to see what this is in the package picture, but really it is a two sided sponge, about the size of a kitchen sponge. It is covered by fabric, one side is soft like a washcloth and the other is exfoliating (this exfoliating side is the softest of the exfoliating options that I tried). There is a ribbon sewn on the scrubber to help hold/hang it. I liked this for using all over my body, though it seemed a little undersized and could be hard to rinse well. The sponge that was imbedded within the fabric really held on to soap and I couldn't ever seem to get all of the sides out. I'd pass on this one in the future.

Stretch Bath & Shower Gloves
The gloves were definitely my favorite item! They are made of the same material as the stretchy body cloth, so they do stretch some and are exfoliating. They are super easy to use, just put them on and apply soap to the gloves with either a bar soap or body wash. I actually found that bar soap was easiest to use, body wash seemed to "run out" on the gloves very quickly so I went through more body wash in each shower. Next you simply rub all over to wash and exfoliate. This made it really easy to exfoliate awkward areas like ankles, elbows and knees. I was able to shower a little faster with the gloves and my skin is super smooth because of them. I'll definitely be buying more of these!

Clean Logic Bath and Shower Products are available on their website and on Amazon.


Ally said...

I'm a huge fan of exfoliating, so thanks for a cross-comparison post like this!

Michelle said...

I love these gloves as well, I use them about once a week to exfoliate and start fresh! Thanks for the post, I think I'll go exfoliate now... :)

Jaime Leah said...

I love the idea of gloves but I'd feel so silly wearing them in the shower!

The Glamour Girls said...

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Moni said...

I've never used the Clean Logic ones, but I'm officially a bath gloves convert. I tried them on a whim a few months ago and will never go back to the poof!

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