Пн. Май 20th, 2024

The small indentations on the lower back, often called “dimples of Venus,” are formally known as fossae lumbales lateralis. Situated above the pelvis-spine joint, near the buttocks, they’re named after the Roman goddess of beauty due to their universally perceived attractiveness.

Formed by a ligament connecting the iliac spine to the skin, they’re considered a desirable physical trait, akin to Venus herself.

While more common in women, they’re also found in men, dubbed “Apollo’s dimples.” Despite their allure, there’s no specific exercise regimen to develop them, as the area lacks muscles.

However, weight loss and body sculpting exercises can accentuate them. Regardless of gender, these dimples are seen as symbols of beauty and sensuality, evoking envy and admiration.