Getting your daily dose of magnesium can easily be accomplished with the simple act of spraying it directy onto your skin. In fact, it is now known that our bodies absorb magnesium topically at a much more efficient rate than by swallowing a pill. Magnesium may not sound very vital to our bodies, but indeed it is. According to WebMD, "Magnesium is important in more than 300 chemical reactions that keep the body working properly." Though most people are not deficient in this mineral, it has some excellent topical uses that make it a great "add to" formulations, or simply keep a spray bottle of it handy and use when you feel the need.
It is often used directly on the skin to treat skin ulcers, boils, acne, and rosacea. For others, spraying magnesium oil on their skin assists with reducing aches, pains, inflammation, and muscle soreness. For this purpose alone, I would suggest adding to any formulation that is designed to be massaged onto the body: massage oils, body creams, or even bath treatments where you "soak" the soreness away.
Also holds noticeable skin softening benefits, and if that isn't enough there are studies linking magnesium to assisting with stress relief.
Can be applied in full concentration, or diluted down into water or into a formulation. When used at full ratio, you may feel a tingly sensation. This is normal. After a few applications you may not notice this so much. If it bothers you, you can simply dilute further with distilled water.
When purchasing the 4oz. size you will receive a spray cap for easy dispensing. The larger sizes are considered bulk product, and will come with a standard screw on lid.