cellulite

Japanese translation: セルライト

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English term or phrase:cellulite
Japanese translation:セルライト

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00:54 Oct 1, 2008
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Medical - Cosmetics, Beauty
Additional field(s): Medical (general)
English term or phrase: cellulite
Definition from beautyblitz:
Deposits of fat trapped in pockets beneath the skin, leading to a dimpled appearance.

Example sentence(s):
  • Cellulite is composed of lumpy deposits that make your skin resemble a puckered orange skin. For that reason, it is sometimes called the “orange peel” problem. bodybenefits
  • The healthiest and most natural way to diminish cellulite is through diet and a mix of cardiovascular exercise and weight training. India Parenting
  • Cellulite occurs in men, but it's far less common, and it usually appears in the abdomen and neck regions Essortment
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セルライト
Definition:
セルライト(Cellulite)は、主に女性の腹部、臀部、大腿部に不均一かつブロック状に存在するといわれる皮下脂肪。美容業界、健康食品業界において盛んに用いられているが、医学用語ではなく、また医学的にも存在は確認されていない。
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セルライト


Definition from Wikipedia:
セルライト(Cellulite)は、主に女性の腹部、臀部、大腿部に不均一かつブロック状に存在するといわれる皮下脂肪。美容業界、健康食品業界において盛んに用いられているが、医学用語ではなく、また医学的にも存在は確認されていない。

Example sentence(s):
  • セルライトとはむくみの慢性化によって脂肪に老廃物が付着、あるいは脂肪細胞同士が付着してできる脂肪の固まりのことです。 セルライトはお尻や太股など、脂肪が多く、血行の悪いところに起こりやすい現象で、肌が凹凸したオレンジの皮のようになる原因になります。 - 医学・健康情報サイト j-medic  
Yukie Nakamura
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