Pain Relief Magnesium Spray & Lotion
Pain Relief Magnesium Spray has powerful absorption properties and acts as an efficient humectant that keeps the skin hydrated and flexible. A deficiency in magnesium comes with a number of side effects such as numbness, tingling, cramping, seizures, muscle spasms, mental health disorders, abnormal heart rhythm, severe inflammation, cancer, etc. Magnesium is nature's anti-stress mineral, which is a major component in hair loss for many adults. Another benefit of magnesium oil is, improves joint mobility and repair for people with arthritis. Taking magnesium along with tetracyclines might decrease the effectiveness of the mediation so speak with your doctor before using this oil.
Using magnesium in spray form is super easy.
- Make sure your skin is free of other oils and lotions.
- Spray or rub magnesium “oil” on clean skin.
- Wait at least 30 minutes before showering it off.
- Use an all-natural moisturizer when finished
Ingredients: magnesium flakes & filtered water
Magnesium Lotion when applied to the body, looks for skin oils (lipids) to help absorb into the skin. In order for the Magnesium to be properly absorbed, there needs to be a certain proportion of lipids on the skin. For those with drier skin with fewer lipids, absorption may be problematic and your Magnesium products may remain on the surface of the skin, so the solution for those with dry skin is a rich magnesium lotion. This magnesium cream contains rich natural butters that are similar to skin lipids. This allows the Magnesium to sink in contributing to the healing and regeneration of the skin. Magnesium can help boost energy as well as relax, it soothes muscle tension and helps hydrate the skin.
- Apply desired amount and massage thoroughly into clean skin.
- I do not recommend applying to freshly shaven skin.
- Apply the desired amount to the chest, neck, or abdomen 30 minutes before sleep for best nighttime results.
Ingredients: coconut oil, shea butter, mango butter, frankincense, jojoba oil, cocoa butter, avocado oil, hemp oil, black seed oil, magnesium oil, copaiba oil