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    party_of_italy
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    how do u get rid of a cottage cheese butt?

    I'm a very small, skinny girl. I have a small butt too. So I don't understand why it's a cottage cheese butt? ha weird huh. I'm so self-conscious about this. I want to learn if there's any way to get rid of these dimples and marks without making my butt any less small than it already is. I don't want to have no butt, ya know?

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    Are you talking about cellulite?

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    yeah its called cellulite. I am in the same boat and I am thin and none of my friends understand! lol I read up on it a little bit and it turns out it is a skin condition that is hereditary. Like stretch marks tend to be. Aren't we lucky? we were doomed the day we were born.

    the remedies:
    1) there are creams that can be purchased either online or in beauty stores or skin stores. I found some on the shelf at ulta. You can find the product at link removed if you search for cellulite. I am not sure if they work or not. I am sure some do and some dont so it might be a trial and error thing.

    2) ah, liposuction. Seriously. This is the only guaranteed method to get rid of it and afterwords, you would use one of the creams to prevent it from coming back. Expensive, I know.

    thats all I know of

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    Hi,

    I guess the reason why they say cottage cheese butt because thats the cheese with lotsa of holes in it. Haha! (just joking).

    It sounds like hereditary to me, small butts are cute. I have a girlfriend, who has a small perky butt, who enjoys wearing mini-skirt, and she does really look sexy in it.

    If it is cellulite, why dont you some butt exercises? Sounds great to me thou.

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    from what I read, exercise doesnt get rid of the cheese. It gets rid of the fat and build muscle, but since cellulite is a SKIN condition, it needs to be taken care of on the surface. The lipo takes everything from under the skin to smooth it out but I guess thats why you need the cream too

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    Hi Mermayd,

    Really? I removed my cellulite skin by exercising my thighs by skipping. How do you explain that? Is it because i have abnormal skin?

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    Could just be me but "cottage cheese butt" just sounds wrong LOL. Cellulite, on the other hand, is something that doesn't bring an instant bad taste to your mouth.

    Just had to say it.

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    YOU CANNOT GET RID OF IT WITH A CREAM!!.. come on, don't get sucked in by the marketers. The best a cream can do is remove fluid from the area. this may for a short while reduce the degree of dimpling BUT IT WILL COME BACK as soon as your body replaces the fluids...like in about an hour or two.

    Low fat high fibre diet and exercise or in extreme cases liposuction.

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    Hmmm when i started to lose weight (10 lbs exactly) i noticed my butt snoothed out quit a bit but if your already a skinny person then i'd say running possibly or try squats????

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    Exercise will not remove the cellulite but will make it less visible... which is probably what you are going for anyways.

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