Today's review is a two for one deal. As the products are for a similar area and may be confused as the same product, I figured I'd put this together to make things a little clearer.
If you've been reading my blog for a while you'll know that I met with the PR for Soap & Glory to hear all about their new product line. Part of that new range was Soap & Glory Sit Tight 4D Super Intense and Soap & Glory Sit Tight Saddlebags. The difference between the two is that the Soap & Glory Sit Tight 4D Super Intense is intended to be used on the backs of your thighs and Soap & Glory Sit Tight Saddlebags has a different mas sager and formula for your saddlebags which is the widest point of your thigh/the side of your bottom.
I'll start with my review of Soap & Glory Sit Tight 4D Super Intense. Now let me just start with the fact that I'm the wrong side of most average clothes stores but luckily, despite this my legs are pretty good. I had a couple of lumps and bumps but nothing that's anything too serious.
Soap & Glory Sit Tight 4D Super Intense has a pink toned liquid that you squeeze out through three metal ball bearings which glide over the skin as you use it to massage and smooth out your lumps and bumps.
When I first applied it I was super sceptical about it. I didn't feel any immediate change in terms of sensation until I sat down and boy did it hit me. It's not uncomfortable by any means, but I experienced a feeling of being unsure if my thighs were hot or cold. The best way for me to describe it is the combination of the feeling of Deep Heat and then the coolness of menthol, all at once!
This feeling lasted initially for around an hour but seems to vary each time I use it. If I put trousers on a bit too soon it gets really hot in there!
I'll go over the results and my overall thoughts of the both products are the end but lets move onto Soap & Glory Sit Tight Saddlebags. The massage device on this bottle really impressed me from the start.
Once again there is a little 'on/off' spinning wheel that when it's in the 'on' position, will release the formula onto the tractor wheel style massager. The scent of both Sit Tight products is somewhere between menthol and mint.
I definitely think that the tyre track style motion helps on your saddlebag area as it's tougher skin so requires a deeper massage. I honestly don't think that using the Sit Tight Super Intense 4D here could massage like this as the ball bearings are much more gentle.
I have to say that with the Sit Tight Saddlebags, I didn't feel the same warm and cool sensations in this area. I'm putting this down to a lot of potentional factors such as that this area has a denser skin consistency. It could simply that whenever you're sat down or lying down this area does not typically touch the chair/bed which I think intesfies the feeling.
When I was first given these products to trial I did think that the Sit Tight 4D would be the one I would favour out of the two, it's the one that I felt more from while it's doing it's magic but I've explained my thoughts on that. That aside I honestly don't think they could do the job of the other one. The massagers are designed specifically for the area that they're intended for.
I noticed a difference in my skin texture and tone within the first week and then three weeks later of daily applications was when I would say they seemed to minimised with an added feeling of tighter, firmer skin. My skin felt super soft and hydrated and as for those lumps and bumps, they definitely feel smoother to the point where as I would actually say some are unnoticeable and there's only one I remotely notice now!
Overall I would highly recommend both products to help your legs feel and look their best. I hope I've described them well enough for you to make your own decisions on which one you should purchase, or both!