Magnesium Oil

(Incl. GST)

  • Description
  • Reviews
  • Questions

INCI: Aqua, Magnesium Chloride

Despite the rather misleading name, 'Magnesium Oil' is, in fact, an aqueous solution of Magnesium Chloride - it does not contain oil at all and is water soluble.
The term is used to refer to the solution as it feels slippery on the skin, much like oil.

Transdermal (via the skin) absorption of magnesium has been shown to be more effective than ingestion for safely increasing magnesium levels in the body. This method of application is particularly useful for relieving sore muscles and joints as it can be applied directly to the target area.
Magnesium can also help calm nerves and reduce symptoms associated with the stresses of modern living. There is simply nothing else that so quickly, easily, and safely raises magnesium levels in the body.

Magnesium is an essential catalyst for many enzyme reactions, especially in regard to cellular energy production for the health of the brain and nervous system, and also for healthy teeth and bones. 

Magnesium oil can be incorporated into the water phase of personal care formulations (such as sport or sleep rubs) or it can be applied directly to the body. To do so, spray magnesium oil liberally over the body for maximum absorption.  Avoid contact with eyes and other sensitive areas. Rub well into skin. You may experience a tingling sensation where applied. After used several times the skin desensitises and tingling sensation should cease. For relief of sore muscles or strains apply magnesium oil directly to that part of the body, massaging in. Magnesium Oil may be left on the skin or rinsed or wiped off after 20 minutes. If after several applications the skin is still sensitive, the solution may be diluted with a small amount of pure water.