Whether or not you have dimples in the lower back, you have to admit it’s an interesting feature. These dimples are called Venus salt shakers in women, referring to the goddess of love and salt shakers of Apollo in men, in reference to the God of beauty.
Dimples in the lower back
Positioning your muscles and bones in your body can help improve circulation, which leads more easily to the ultimate pleasure.
Although further research is needed to confirm these claims, there appears to be no possible risk or health problem associated with these sacroiliac fossils.
In addition, the dimples in the lower back come in all shapes and sizes. Their appearance varies greatly from one person to another depending on weight, body shape, and athleticism. These dimples are very rare in men.
However, if you have sacroiliac fossils, you can improve their appearance by doing some exercises focused on lower back commitment and abdominal muscles, which will be good for the overall health of your body, and perfect for doing bring out your dimples.