Butt Dimples Are A Normal Thing To Have, Here’s Why

If you have dimples are your butt, it's no big deal. Butt dimples are a very common thing that not a lot of people realize many have. Here's everything you should know!
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It’s very tempting to criticise and over-analyze every inch of our bodies. Especially in a time where everyone looks like a model on Instagram, and it’s easier than ever to compare our bodies to unrealistic expectations online. Butt dimples are a completely common and normal feature of the female body and are caused by the body being made up of fat and muscle rather than plastic. This is a list of reasons to love your butt dimples, no matter which forms they take – because they are totally normal and totally beautiful!

Your butt dimples make your body unique

This post may be almost a year old, but it stands the test of time and captures the essence of loving your body and accepting that your butt dimples are a totally normal thing to have! As a fitness trainer, Victoria Dariano posts a lot of body-positive content, but this love letter to her butt dimple is an especially important read:

If you're dealing with butt dimples, don't panic. Here's why you should embrace them


Having cellulite dimples does not mean you are overweight or unhealthy

It’s very important to remember that cellulite, which is what causes these little butt dimples, is not fat. Cellulite appears on the skin when collagen fibers that bind fat to the skin stretch and tear, allowing fat cells to expand. An overwhelming majority of women have cellulite dimples on their skin, and this Instagram video shows how even-toned fitness and yoga experts have butt dimples!

Social Media is not reality

It’s scarily easy to fall under the impression that everything you see on Instagram is real. However, a lot of images out there are carefully composed, with the perfect lighting and filters to achieve a specific look.


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Instead of focusing your time and energy on wishing you had the same body as a picture online that may well not even be the real deal, it’s much more productive to channel that energy into exercise and self-improvement, such as yoga or Pilates, which will tone your body and help you to feel much better in the long run.

If you're dealing with butt dimples, don't panic. Here's why you should embrace them


Do you have a love or hate relationship with your butt dimples? Let us know in the comments!

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