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Lost Shape On The Butt:

A flat butt can be caused by several lifestyle factors, including sedentary jobs or activities that require you to sit for long periods of time. As you get older, your butt may flatten out and lose shape due to less fat on your buttocks.

Conditions That Cause A Flat Butt:

Dormant glute syndrome is a condition that occurs when your gluteal muscles are too weak and your hip flexors are too tight. This means they aren’t working as efficiently as they should.

Often this happens from sitting for too long, sleeping in the fetal position, and repetitive activities. Lack of exercise can also contribute to dormant glute syndrome.

This puts excess pressure and strain on other parts of your body. It can cause pain in your back, hips, and knees, especially when you exercise. This condition may lead to hamstring and knee injuries.

Knowing how the butt will evolve over the years:

13 years:

At 13 your buttocks have a size that you will never get again. Fat is at its lowest point estrogen levels, which start rising due to puberty, and your muscles are worthy of Serena Williams, even though you all day on the couch. Your hormones can produce pimples on the skin in this area, but don’t worry. In general, they are similar to the ones you have on your face, although sometimes they can cause folliculitis, an infection of the hair follicle. Sometimes they disappear on their own, but watch the cleaning in case you need to exfoliate or use specific substances such as benzoyl peroxide.

20 years:

Those hormones that drove you crazy during adolescence have made your glutes more fit. You have accumulated more fat, making it rounder. Your glutes are still firm even though it’s time to push yourself to maintain that firmness and tone your muscles. If you take care of yourself now, you can exceed 40 with great glutes.

30 years:

It’s a very bleak way to put it, but you’re losing muscle mass and you notice how squats no longer do the same. Exercise should be your top priority to take care of yourself, basically make your body always in motion and tone as much as possible. In addition to slowing cell turnover and collagen production, you may start to notice a lack of firmness. You will start to see it droopier and more wrinkled that you did not have before.

40 years:

Your estrogen levels are beginning to change, noticed more to see sagging fat on your hips you did not have before. Your glutes are no longer so hard and it is flatter. Even so, if you continue to exercise and eat healthy you can keep your glutes in shape and tight. The main battle during your 40s will be to stay in shape, the arrival of menopause is near and your ass will not be the same if you spend all day on the sofa watching Netflix.

50 years:

Menopause is in the air, estrogen levels start to drop, just like your ass does. Maintaining the sports routine is essential to prevent the lack of muscle tone and that the fat that leaves your butt does not move towards the gut and hips. In addition, taking care of your diet should be more important to you every day. Keep on moving!

60 years:

Having very firm and hard glutes will give your back and hips better muscular support. In addition, it will improve your balance and prevent falls. You are living the real test where you will know if all those years of squats have had an effect. Your glute is higher but if you keep working hard and being active, will remain as attractive as ever.


A virtual consultation is when you send us photos of the places of your body where you’d like to improve. Then our surgeon analyzes it to confirm that you are a candidate for that particular procedure. We later inform you about our doctor’s decision and give you a quote with all the information about your surgery. Please, do be at ease that everything is confidential between yourself, the doctor, and the doctor’s representative.

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