Magnesium is found in abundance on earth, but it is something that many people have a deficiency of. Magnesium deficiency has been linked as a symptom for those that suffer from headaches and migraines. This oil is also great for athletes as well. Magnesium oil is a natural muscle relaxant and applications to sore muscles and joints can also provide pain and ache relief. Magnesium also has stress relieving properties. it can help to reduce stress-related skin irritations such as acne and rosacea.
Commonly applied directly to the skin or sprayed.
How to Use Magnesium Oil
Daily use of magnesium oil is recommended and you can increase the amount you apply depending on personal preference.
Spray: Spraying magnesium oil directly on the skin is the most common application of the mineral. It’s best to apply after a shower, when the skin is clear of lotions or other oils. After spraying, magnesium oil should be thoroughly rubbed in and left to absorb for about 30 minutes.
The initial applications of magnesium spray may result in some uncomfortable tingling. This sensation should go away the longer you use it.
Massage: This will promote blood flow and will maximize the absorption of magnesium oil. Magnesium oil is used by the body primarily in the area of application, so muscle cramps and soreness can be alleviated using massage and magnesium oil as treatment.