Early Morning Skin Routine with Vegan Collagen to Reduce Cellulite

Early Morning Skin Routine with Vegan Collagen to Reduce Cellulite
by Truly Beauty

Everybody wants to know the secret to cellulite-free thighs. Just the idea of being able to wear your favorite denim shorts without worrying about that dimply bulge ruining the look… It’s definitely worth spending a little time familiarizing yourself with what cellulite is and treatments that can help alleviate it. For instance, did you know that vegan collagen is an excellent anti-cellulite treatment? That’s right. 

And we’re going to show you how you can include it in your morning routine to help reduce cellulite. So, if you would like to address your dimply thighs once and for all, read on for some scientifically-proven anti-cellulite tips and tricks. 


The skin is made up of 80% collagen, but as we age, we lose collagen – approximately 1-2% a year after we turn 30. Scary, right? But it’s not just aging that causes collagen loss. Hormonal changes affect collagen levels too. With the loss of collagen, comes the increased risk of fat deposits being pushed up against the skin, creating a dimply look known as cellulite. 

The best way to combat cellulite? Increase your collagen density. Now you can take collagen supplements. Studies show that collagen peptides significantly reduce cellulite, as a matter of fact. That’s because as your collagen levels increase, your skin grows thicker and retains more moisture, which reduces the appearance of lumps and bumps. 

However, you can also use collagen topically on the skin to smooth out cellulite. Or more specifically, vegan collagen – a plant-based alternative that works equally as well as animal-based collagen or possibly even better.



     1.  Dry Brush 

Before you take a shower in the morning, grab a dry brush and massage the affected areas around your body. Dry brushing is one of the most effective ways to stimulate blood circulation in the body and help grow new skin cells. It’s also great for stimulating lymphatic drainage and removing toxins in the body, leaving your skin cellulite-free. Best of all, it’s really easy to do and if you haven’t got a dry brush, don’t worry – they’re cheap to buy.
Starting from your feet, take a dry, natural bristle brush and gently brush in a counterclockwise motion. Always brush up towards the heart. Do this twice a day for 5-10 minutes before taking a shower. Not only will it get rid of cellulite in the long run, it will also energize you and leave you feeling invigorated in the mornings. 


     2.  Moisturize

Once you’ve dry brushed and taken a shower, it’s important to hydrate your skin. Moisturizing will help eliminate cellulite from the body, leaving your skin smoother, softer, and glowing. The process of massaging lotion into your skin will also help to get the circulation going, reducing lumps and dimples.

Try to look for a lotion that contains vegan collagen and coconut oil. Coconut oil is packed with essential fatty acids that will help firm up the skin and gradually remove cellulite. 

 Try Truly’s Vegan Collagen Body Cream, a lightweight moisturizer formulated with vegan collagen, vitamin C, retinol, and organic coconut to hydrate, plump, and firm your skin. For best results, use both morning and night.

    3. Use Vegan Collagen as a Body Mask

Another handy way to use vegan collagen to treat cellulite is by applying it as a body mask. You don’t need to do this every day, but leaving it on your skin to work its magic every couple of days will really help lessen the appearance of cellulite. 
Truly’s Vegan Collagen Mask can be used on the face or body to provide hydration, smoothing effects, and an awesome glow. Apply a generous amount on clean skin and leave it on for 10-15 minutes. Rinse with cool water.


    4.  Consume Collagen

There's really no better way to reduce cellulite than by consuming more collagen in your diet. And by collagen, we mean vegan collagen – of course. 

See, collagen can now be made by using bacteria and genetically modified yeast. Researchers have discovered that the bacteria P. pastoris is the most effective for producing high-quality vegan collagen. However, you can also get collagen by adding more vitamins and minerals in your diet to meet your amino acid needs. These plant-based foods are rich in amino acids:


  • Soy products 
  • Black beans
  • Kidney beans
  • Lentils
  • Seeds such as pumpkin, squash, sunflower, and chia
  • Nuts like pistachio, cashew and peanut
Start adding cashews and sunflower seeds to your morning cereal or alternatively, make yourself a tasty chia pudding for breakfast.


    5.  Get your heart pumping

A morning workout won’t just leave you feeling revitalized and brimming with energy. It’ll also get the blood flowing around your body, helping to smooth the legs. The best exercises for cellulite are strength training and cardio. Combined, these two help reduce body fat and strengthen muscles, which in turn erase some of those dimples. So try every morning to do at least 15 minutes of cardio and strength training to keep your cellulite away. It’s not just an investment for your skin – it’s also an investment in your health (and mental wellbeing!). 

As you can see, there are several things you can do to improve cellulite on your body. Vegan collagen is, without a doubt, one of the best ingredients to tackle dimples – whether applied topically or taken orally. That’s because collagen is a major component in our skin, so when we have less of it, naturally it takes a toll on our skin. 

Anyone can get cellulite, but some people are more prone to it than others. It all depends on your genetics, BMI, and how much subcutaneous fat you have. But that doesn’t mean you can’t treat it effectively. You certainly can, even if it doesn’t go away completely. 

No treatment will get rid of cellulite overnight, so you will need to be patient. As long as you keep up the above morning anti-cellulite routine, in the coming weeks you should see some incredible results. 


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