5 Cruelty-free Anti-cellulite Brands in Malta

Anti-cellulite cruelty-free brands in Malta

As the warm weather seems to be approaching and quarantine seems to be slowly becoming loose, I have started to dry brush my thighs. Dry brushing is one technique of removing cellulite, which I seem to have a few on the upper side of my thighs. I don’t do the dry brushing with just a natural brush but I use Pupa Milano’s anti-cellulite scrub which I had received as a PR sample. Since I like to compare products, while I empty my scrub, I am checking which other brands in Malta offer anti-cellulite ranges. I managed to find some:

Bottega Verde

Bottega Verde’s anti-cellulite range contains a mix of products that are just cruelty-free and some that are also vegan. To check which Bottega Verde anti-cellulite products are vegan, check out my Bottega Verde vegan body care list.

Casmara

Salon brand Casmara has some products to fight cellulite, some of which are vegan.

Guam

At first, I was not sure whether to list Guam as I assumed that it’s not cruelty-free. However, I found that they are. I am not sure whether they are vegan though.

Histomer (vegan)

I have recently discovered a vegan salon brand called Histomer which I am curious to learn more about. Their products are based on plant stem cells and they seem to target many skin conditions which I have been noticing on my skin since I skipped my 30s.

Pupa Milano

Right now I am using a Pupa Milano anti-cellulite scrub. It seems to be a good product. I love that it leaves an oil coating which seems to protect the skin from water. Pupa Milano products are only cruelty-free.

These are all the brands I know of that offer anti-cellulite products. One thing I noticed that these brands have in common, other than being cruelty-free is that they are all Mediterranean brands. It makes me wonder, whether cellulite is an issue found mostly in Mediterranean women.


DISCLAIMER: This is not an affiliate, pr or sponsored post. I had received a Pupa Milano anti-cellulite scrub some years ago but it’s surely not a payment for this post.

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(a.k.a. Fiona Vella) Malta-born blogger. I have been blogging during these last 6 years on my cruelty-free lifestyle including recipes, beauty and makeup products that I discover, receive, buy and try.