Definition of 'cellulite'
Example sentences containing 'cellulite'
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By now it is common knowledge that you do not have to be fat to have cellulite. The A-Z of Beauty Treatment (1994)This is said to reduce cellulite and firm your upper legs and stomach. The Sun (2013)They also help to reduce cellulite by giving your circulation a serious boost. The Sun (2011)My cellulite is visibly reduced and my thighs feel smoother. Times, Sunday Times (2009)All of these are vital to any plan which aims to reduce cellulite. Healthy By Nature (1994)To reduce cellulite, lose weight and exercise the limbs. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It cuts cellulite and boosts skin 's health and look. The Sun (2015)DRY body brushing is the key to softer skin and can help reduce cellulite. The Sun (2010)And she will be judged as they are: by whether they get fat or acquire cellulite or dare to age. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Apparently, the treatment helps with cellulite, fatigue and minor injuries. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This apparently works the lymphatic system from the outside in, speeding up blood flow so the nasties that cause cellulite and fat stores are carried away faster. The Sun (2015)COFFEE Coffee grounds can reduce cellulite due to the caffeine they contain, which boosts circulation. The Sun (2008)I'm willing to follow any advice, and wondered if there is an organic cellulite cream. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'cellulite'
British English: cellulite NOUN
Cellulite is lumpy fat which people may get under their skin, especially on their thighs.
...a product that is said to eradicate cellulite within weeks.
Definition of cellulite from the Collins English Dictionary
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