Get Fresh, Hydrated Hands with OLIKA’s New City Collection Sanitizers

Smell like your favorite locale with OLIKA’s new City Collection hand sanitizers. (©OLIKA)

By Jennifer McKee

Even though face masks are no longer necessary for vaccinated folks, the need for hand sanitizers will never go away. Turn to OLIKA‘s new City Collection for a fun, fragrant take on your favorite city.

Are you enamored of the Windy City? A combo of Mint Citrus (our favorite) and Cucumber Basil is for you. Get swept up in San Francisco? Try Lavender and Fragrance-Free sanitizer. Currently, six cities are available.

Can’t decide which are for you? Take a personality quiz.

OLIKA means “differently” in Swedish, and certainly doesn’t look, smell or feel like your typical hand sanitizer. The cool, ergonomic bottles come with a handy clip perfect for use on purses, backpacks, diaper bags and more. What’s better, they’re made of recycled plastic and meant to be refilled.

Sanitizers are made from the cleanest essential oils available—great for hydration—and use a 65 percent ethyl alcohol-based formula that is effective against 99.9 percent of germs.

Let OLIKA put you in a New York State of mind. (©OLIKA)

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