Our mission has always been turning plastic into something extraordinary. We believe extraordinary is doing everything that we already did, but in an even better way.


Melissa’s plastic concept is more than raw material innovation. It is also the search for sustainability in all levels of our production. We are connected with the best international models, to avoid waste, optimise resources and recycle products.

All of our products are crafted from a specially formulated PVC Melflex© which is 100% recyclable. Created to be durable and renewable, Melissa products have a longer lifespan as the same pair can be melted and remoulded into new products.

After all, extraordinary is making something new from something old. 

Melissa shoe boxes are made from reliable and environmentally friendly sources, as certified by the Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC). 

Flip your shoeboxes over for the FSC stamp. 

Certified by The Vegan Society, a trademark used on labels worldwide, Melissa products are free from animal origin and animal testing. 

We include up to 30% of recycled materials from our factory in the production of our products.

We adopt eco-efficient operations like Solar Power System to minimise production impact.



Is the plastic used in Melissa products recyclable?

Yes, Melissa shoes are crafted from a specially formulated PVC Melflex®, which is 100% recyclable.


Are Melissa products made from recyclable plastic?

Yes, we include 15% to 30% of recycled materials from our factory in the production of our products.


Where are Melissa products made?

In our own factories, located in the cities of Fortaleza and Sobral, in Brazil. We have full control over the quality and types of materials we use in our shoes, to avoid waste.


How do you discard unused materials?

All leftover plastic goes back to the first line of production, while over 90% of our industrial waste is recycled internally or externally.


How is plastic reused in your production process?

Simple – they are disassembled, crushed, grounded and moulded again into the next Melissa product.


What is done with the materials that are not plastic? Like the metal clasps?

The clasps and other non-plastic materials are disassembled and taken for recycling separately.