This may be a sweeping generalization, but I think it's fair to say that just about everyone — and I mean everyone, like, even Justin Bieber — has used a Clarisonic sonic-cleansing brush at least once in their lives. Or, they've at least seen a Clarisonic in the flesh. (No? Maybe? Yes?)

For the few unfamiliar, the Clarisonic is a motorized, oscillating cleansing tool made to deep clean and gently exfoliate skin — sometimes with an accompanying face wash. But now, the beauty brand is branching away from its famous brush and re-launching its three facial cleansers meant to be used with — or without — the motorized tool. "Clarisonic has always sold cleansers separately, providing a convenient way for customers to find everything they need for a customized cleanse," Robb Akridge, Clarisonic's co-founder and president, tells Allure.

The lineup of revamped sudsmakers include: the Pore & Blemish Gel Cleanser, a salicylic acid-packed formula perfect for sensitive skin, as it sops up excess oil and busts breakouts before they even begin; the Refreshing Gel Cleanser, a gel-to-foam wash that deep-cleans without stripping skin of its natural oils; and the Gentle Radiance Foaming Milk Cleanser, which is made with dark spot-targeted ingredients, like licorice root extract, peppermint leaf extract, and ginkgo bilaba leaf extract, to even out skin tone.

"There's really no wrong way to mix-and-match cleansers with our lineup of brush heads designed for virtually every skin type and concern," says Akridge. He's right. Sometimes, when I'm feeling extra oily (thanks, global warming humidity), I like to suds up with the Pore & Blemish Gel Cleanser with my Mia Fit. But now that temps are starting to drop (at least, I assume they will — eventually), I'll probably switch to the Gentle Radiance Foaming Milk Cleanser — and just use my hands.

The trio of Clarisonic cleansers — the Pore & Blemish Gel Cleanser, the Refreshing Gel Cleanser, and the Gentle Radiance Foaming Milk Cleanser — are available now for $19 each at clarisonic.com.

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