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  • Cellulite occurs when the aforementioned tissues lose their flexibility - through a basic lack of oxygen or a poor blood supply, for example - and this is what traps the fat.

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  • "Cellulite" is not a recognized pathological medical disorder.

    Planet Atheism

  • Mischa Barton Poses Topless, Is Baffled By 'Cellulite' Photos

    Starpulse Entertainment News

  • July has to be "Cellulite Is Beautiful Month," and if those bikini manufacturers can't envision the ripple effect of this one, then I'll be happy to take it.

    Maggie Lamond Simone: October Is WHAT Month?!

  • July has to be "Cellulite Is Beautiful Month," and if those bikini manufacturers can't envision the ripple effect of this one, then I'll be happy to take it.

    Maggie Lamond Simone: October Is WHAT Month?!

  • July has to be "Cellulite Is Beautiful Month," and if those bikini manufacturers can't envision the ripple effect of this one, then I'll be happy to take it.

    Maggie Lamond Simone: October Is WHAT Month?!

  • HAMMER: Cellulite, stretch marks, saggy boobs - well, they ` re no big deal to Jessica Alba.

    CNN Transcript Jan 14, 2010

  • Oh, My Aching Cellulite yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Oh, My Aching Cellulite'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Article: This time of year, as summer starts shining through, plenty gets revealed about a woman\'s body.'

    Oh, My Aching Cellulite

  • - Popular right-blogger Dan Riehl keeps it civil and classy when he refers to Ms. McCain as "Cellulite, Intellect-lite, or Both?" and asks, "What is it you stand for when you aren't writing of the travails of finding a guy to position your legs behind your ears and give you a good roll in the hay?"

    Will Menaker: Meghan McCain: What Are You Doing This Friday?

  • Cellulite, stretch marks and bad hair days, jeans that suddenly can't zip and bags under the eyes in a morning mirror don't help with our feelings of imperfection.

    Sadie Nardini: Hate Your Body? 3 Steps Toward Learning To Love It

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