So I’ve seen various talks about this on the internet; most noticeably forum discussions, youtube, and social media platforms.
There is an idea floating around where you can buy fish oil pills and vitamin e pills or cream, and then rub them onto your butt to make it grow.
The question is does it actually work? Well, lets find out.
The process begins with you poking holes into some fish oil pills, along with vitamin e pills and applying a generous amount to your buttocks.
You then grab some seran wrap and completely cover all applied areas of your butt (cheeks) with it. You do this to ensure it does not leak onto your clothes, and so it can also be absorbed properly.
You will then proceed about your daily activities, or sit down on a chair for about 30 minutes. Some people tend to go longer, assuming that it may yield better results.
And some people will even sit on a heating pad with the goal of it causing the pours of the buttocks to open up and absorb more of the solution.
Now before I even knew about this whole process, I could already infer the logic behind it. But before I go into that, lets look briefly at what each of the active ingredients behind these pills actually do for our bodies and our booties.
Vitamin E is a fat soluble vitamin. It is a powerful anti-oxidant often found in skin care products and applied to aid in things like wrinkles, scars, cuticles, and brown spots via its anti-free radical properties.
However, the benefits of it actually having a significant effect on such things has proven rather inconclusive.
The human body itself doesn’t produce it on its own, so it is essential that you get it through eating the right foods. Thankfully eating some of the foods we recommend in our foods for a bigger butt list will provide you with ample amounts of vitamin E.
For example an ounce of almonds will give you 40% of your daily value of vitamin E.
Fish oil has seen pretty big popularity in the health scene over the last decade. Fish oil contains both EPA & DHA forms of the healthy fatty acid known as Omega 3. Since omega 3 is an essential fatty acid; it therefore cannot be produced by the human body.
Omega 3 has been though to prevent and aid in many diseases, injuries, and issues within the body. It is typically recommended as a daily essential for these reasons.
Such benefits have included, improved memory, cognitive function, cardiovascular health, reducing inflammation, anti-aging, improved fat burning and many many more.
Now that you know a little about both of these ingredients, lets now discuss if they actually help you get a bigger butt.
Mixing the Two Together for Butt Growth
There is not a lot of hard logic on why these two products should be mixed together for buttocks growth. However the common reasoning is that fish oil is liquid fat, and vitamin E has been assumed to have many skin benefiting properties with collagen and elasticity.
Applied topically it is assumed that the fat from vitamin e will be absorbed into the butt and cause the buttocks to grow plumper and fatter. While the vitamin e will help with firmness and smoothness.
The result will equal a bigger, tighter, and smoother buttocks. Sounds pretty good to me, right?
The problem is that it simply does not work that way. You can’t spot treat areas of your body by rubbing liquid fat on yourself.
If this spot treating logic were true, then individuals all over would be using it for various parts of their bodies they want to “plump up”. Such as sunken cheeks, bony ribs, collar bones — even boob jobs would become a thing of the past after long term vigorous use.
And even if you could, fish oil pills contain such an insignificant amount of calories per pill (10) that its not enough for your body to store excess fat.
But wait, there are tons of people on the internet claiming it has worked for getting them a bigger butt.
Well, there are a lot of reasons why this may be.
One may be nothing more than an illusion in their minds. They want their butt to grow so much, then they find a “solution” so they start to convince themselves it actually works.
For people who actually measure, well, they may be simply improperly measuring. The difference of a few points of an inch can often times change between measurements depending on body positioning.
Furthermore like lots of other parts of the body, I can assume that a butt may be bigger or smaller given the time of day. Things like current environmental temperature, sodium intake, hormones, excess water retention, hydration levels, or even if you have been sitting or standing for a prolonged time may cause fluctuations in size.
The final and most likely reason as to why people are noticing there butt is bigger after the oil and vitamin regiment, is because it may have actually grown. The problem is, it wasn’t from the solution.
Majority of women I have seen using this method have also been eating better and exercising thoroughly with squats, lunges, etc.
They seem to think that buttocks growth from exercise simply can’t occur that quickly, so they start to praise the oil and vitamin concoction instead.
When in fact seeing some immediate growth in as little as a few workouts is entirely possible and likely with a great booty building program.
It makes very little sense why this would ever work. You would be much better off consuming the fish oil and vitamin E pills orally as they were intended.
Apart from that the whole process is a hassle. Even the women who think they are getting results tend to quit because of the inconvenience and smelly aroma of distilled fish on your skin.
All in all for a bigger butt we recommend you focus on your exercise and nutrition first and foremost and leave this one on the back burner.