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Magnesium Oil supports healthy, hydrated skin, modulating skin inflammation. Magnesium Oil encourages joint comfort and is known to:**

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What is Magnesium Oil?

Magnesium oil is not oil by definition; rather, it is a solution of bioavailable magnesium chloride blended into pure water. The resulting “oil” is applied topically to the skin, where it is readily absorbed into the body. Some consider magnesium oil to be an advancement because it may help to overcome the digestion challenges that are associated with oral magnesium supplementation. With magnesium oil, people have a new way to easily and comfortably get health-promoting mineral magnesium: By absorbing it through the skin.**

Magnesium oil has become increasingly popular in recent years due to its ability to naturally promote healthy skin. Research has indicated that topical use of magnesium oil helps to maintain ideal moisture levels and normal inflammatory responses in skin, making it especially beneficial for skin problems related to scaling, itching and flaking. With its soothing and skin-supportive benefits, magnesium oil has found a place in many of today’s spa mineral soaks, skin treatments and massage therapies.**

In addition to supporting skin, topical magnesium has been linked to other wellness benefits for muscle comfort, sleep and relaxation. Investigations have also found that magnesium chloride in the form of magnesium oil encourages joint mobility and comfort.**

Magnesium is an important mineral for human biological function, needed by hundreds of important enzymes in the body. Unfortunately, studies have shown that approximately 57% of all Americans do not get adequate magnesium, either due to low dietary intake or difficulty with mineral absorption. Magnesium deficiency contributes to numerous health issues that may affect the nervous and circulatory systems, among others. Magnesium oil is one variety of supplemental magnesium, but it should be used only in addition to -- not in place of -- good dietary intake of the mineral.**

Magnesium Oil Products

Magnesium oil products feature magnesium chloride in a concentrated solution of pure water. These solutions are often extracted from inland sea beds, such as Europe's ancient Zechstein Sea. Available as a liquid, magnesium oil products are offered in smaller bottles for quick spray application or larger jugs for use in massage therapy, spa services, or full-body application at home.**

Magnesium oil supplements may be administered in a number of different ways. It is a silky-smooth and nourishing oil for massage. The oil can be used as a soothing additive to a hot bath or mineral foot soak. Some people advocate full-body mineral oil application for optimal absorption through the skin. Small spray bottles are a convenient means of quick topical spot-application of magnesium oil where it is needed most, such as on a patch of scaly skin, an achy joint, or a sore muscle. As magnesium oil dries on skin, a salty mineral residue may naturally form and can be easily rinsed or wiped off.**

Magnesium Oil Directions for Use

Before using magnesium oil, it is recommended that you confer with your health care professional. The Reference Daily Intake (RDI) for magnesium is 400 mg, but this applies specifically to dietary consumption. If the oil at full strength proves to be uncomfortable to the skin, magnesium benefits can still be imparted by diluting it with one part water.**