A Butt With Less Wrinkles


Yes, butt wrinkles ARE normal and natural, but that doesn’t mean we need to like them. The female body tends to store fat in this area and the dimply effect occurs when the fat pushes through the tissue beneath the skin to create that wavy effect. Cellulite is the common term for the lumpy, dimpled flesh on the thighs, hips and buttocks and it’s most common in adolescent and adult women.

The blood flow and circulation is normally more restricted in these areas, and it’s where most ladies store fat. Not a whole lot is known about what causes cellulite. Fibrous connective cords that tether the skin to the underlying muscle with fat lying between. As fat cells accumulate, they push against the skin while the long cords pull down. This stress causes an uneven surface, or dimpling. The amount of cellulite can also be due to genetics. While it may not be possible to get rid of butt wrinkles entirely, they can be reduced. 

There are many cellulite treatments out there that claim to get rid of cellulite but they usually fall short. The best way to reduce cellulite production and/or to help out with cellulite you already have is to make changes to your lifestyle. This may involve exercise and diet changes. 



Squats are hands down one of the best exercises that combine cardiovascular movements along with strength training. Working out releases endorphins, decreases stress, boosts your immune system and keeps you healthy. Squats helps tighten the muscles around your butt area and helps with that butt lift.


Being told to drink more water throughout the day has become a mantra. It’s not exaggeration though. About 60% of the human body is water. Drinking water can help you gt that beautiful, smooth skin. It prevents hydration, sagging, flaking and loose skin by adding to the skin’s natural protective barrier. 


The use of a body roller helps to break up fat and increases blood flow. Massaging can help the lymphatic system function better and may provide temporary relief from the appearance of cellulite.



Eating foods that have a lot of antioxidents are beneficial to your skin’s beauty. All kinds of berries, like cherries, strawberries, blueberries and blackberries contain antioxidents that can reduce inflammation and help the body heal better. 


Getting enough sleep is crucial. If you’re constantly exhausted, you run the risk of increased wrinkles and unhealthy looking skin, as well as slower healing times. Sleep is important for your body to recuperate and be healthy.


Processed sugar can play a part in wrinkled skin. Diets high in sugar can damage elastin and collagen molecules in the skin, increasing wrinkles and sagging skin. Advanced glycation end products — a class of compounds resulting from sugars — can speed up the aging process.


SilcSkin medical grade silicone pads can help your skin resist the effects of aging by hydrating the skin and helping to boost collagen production. The pads are simply placed on your skin for a prolonged period of time — overnight while you sleep is the best — and peeled off after use. Regular use will help to restore moisture to your skin, resulting in that plump and healthy appearance.


So when it comes down to it, if you want that healthy looking derrière, be prepared to get off your butt and get to work.