Recent Examples of cellulite from the Web
Soon after, a movement began, with other users posting snaps of their own thighs—stretch marks, scars, freckles, and cellulite, et al— in candid fashion.
Dry skin brushing is an ancient practice that improves total-body circulation and even gets rid of cellulite.
Although a foolproof solution to cellulite remains elusive, Dr. Zeichner says coffee might help.
The fact that Anitta shows her cellulite and treats it naturally -- that’s part of the language for this generation.
Used on the thighs, stomach, and abs along with a gel primer for just five minutes a day, the handheld device targets cellulite, texture, and sagging skin in just two months’ time.
That means even Beyoncé and Michelle Obama probably have cellulite.
Hilary Duff has also proudly displayed her cellulite via social media, taking on body shaming—and the idea that celebrity mothers should look a certain way—with a photo showcasing her legs.
Remember when Kim Kardashian was photographed on a beach vacation sporting some cellulite?
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Origin and Etymology of cellulite
First Known Use: 1968See Words from the same year
CELLULITE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cellulite for English Language Learners
: fat that is close to the surface of the skin and that makes the skin slightly bumpy
medical Definition of cellulite
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