Our body hides numerous surprises. For instance, did you know that the little dimples some people have on their lower back are called 'Venus holes'?
They have been known as the symbol of beauty since Michelangelo's times.
The dimples are located on the lower back and look like two small round holes.
Both women and men can carry them.
Depending on whether it's a woman or a man they are called 'Venus holes' or 'Apollo holes'.
The dimples are located in the place where the pelvic bone connects to the spine. There are no muscles or subcutaneous tissue there. The first one to notice this anatomy phenomenon was Michelangelo Buonarroti who emphasized it in his sculptures.
You can't develop Venus holes: you are either born with them or you don't have them at all. That's all up to nature and genetics.
Good blood circulation, improved sex life.
Venus holes are a sign of good circulation, which makes it easier to reach orgasm.
If the dimples are visible, it means you are not overweight and probably lead a healthy life.
Weight loss helps
If you were born without Venus holes, they won't magically appear on your body. However, excess fat usually hides them, so it's possible for some people to discover their dimples when they lose weight.