Magnesium is responsible for over 300 functions in the body. And let's be real, most of us are mega deficient in it. One of the easiest ways to give your body relief, is with magnesium oils and lotion. This spray helps with muscle cramping and soreness, restless legs, and those dreaded foot cramps. It also works to help reduce pain, improve sleep, relieve stress, reduce hypertension, and can also be beneficial for migraine relief and reducing PMS symptoms.
Vegan. Nut Free.
Spray 2-4 times onto your skin and massage the area. This product may feel slightly oily after application, but it is not an oil and will absorb quickly. Use throughout the day as needed. I love to end my night with this spray!
Apply where needed, where you are experiencing cramping or pain. The bottoms of feet, neck, and shoulders are also great for relaxing. Spray on stomach area to help relieve cramping during your menstrual cycle. If you are using for stress, tension, headaches, sleep- spray your shoulders, belly, back of neck.
Discontinue use if irritation occurs and avoid sensitive areas. Avoid contact with the eyes. Please consult your doctor if you have low blood pressure, are on medications, are pregnant or breastfeeding.
This product is completely natural, without chemical preservatives, they're meant to be enjoyed, not stored! A date stamp on the bottom of each product marks the time it was made, please use it up accordingly.
Treat this skincare like you would fresh, whole foods from the earth, they need to be cared for accordingly in order to last. To ensure that the shelf life is not compromised, avoid introducing water into the containers and handle products with clean, dry hands to prevent any contamination. Avoid direct sunlight, heat + humidity. Keep products in a cool, dry spot like your hall closet or shelf. The fridge in the summertime is a great spot too!
If this is your first time using this creation, perform an allergy test before hand. Do this by applying a small amount to your forearm and waiting 24 hours to see if any irritation occurs. If you are pregnant or are breastfeeding, you may want to speak with your health care practitioner for further guidance.
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