Info: Choose Spray, Liquid, Balm or Gel Format
These topical or transdermal forms of Calcium Magnesium by Natural Calm offer alternate ways of boosting your magnesium levels without producing the gastrointestinal side effects associated with some oral supplements. Natural Calm products use a natural form of magnesium sourced from deep seawater which also supplies over 90 other trace minerals not found in lab-produced magnesium chloride.
The multi-purpose Magnesium Chloride Liquid (Oil) can either be used full strength for therapeutic baths to soak the entire body or aching feet, or diluted to apply to specific areas, followed by the application of a hot compress for more intense delivery. Or you can apply the magnesium Spray directly onto your skin as-is, to also reduce the roughness of dry skin. To target tight muscles with a pain-relieving massage, you can use either that Liquid (diluted), or the Gel, or the new emollient Balm, which can also help soothe, moisturize, and protect the skin.
The Magnesium Chloride Liquid has the consistency of an oil to hold on to skin longer; if it is to be applied directly to the skin, it requires dilution. (Please see usage section.)
The Gel and Spray are both meant for immediate topical use and do not need to be diluted. The latter can be slipped into a backpack, purse, or overnight bag, and can help reduce the appearance of rough, dry skin.
The Gel is created by combining the naturally occurring magnesium chloride with all-natural Amigel, for a consistency ideal for massage which also helps the magnesium get absorbed through the skin. When applied topically, this gel temporarily alleviates patches of rough skin; raises magnesium levels in the body; and soothes tension, pain and aches in muscles. Topical application of this safe and strong mineral is not only one of the fastest ways to replenish internal levels of magnesium, but also improves cell function. This gel is frequently preferred over internal magnesium supplementation for its versatility with no laxative effects. The Best Before date for our remaining stock of this Gel is August 2019.
Similarly, with its artful combination of magnesium chloride, natural coconut oil, raw shea butter and beeswax, the all-natural, fragrance-free MagTherapy Balm can also penetrate the skin to restore healthy magnesium levels and relieve muscle tension better than Epsom salts can, and is also able to soothe the skin, boost its ability to retain moisture, and protect it from the elements. It can be used anywhere to help produce softer skin, or rubbed on problem areas to relieve muscle pain and tension.
Magnesium Chloride Balm: Magnesium chloride (concentrated from seawater), fractionated coconut oil, raw shea butter and beeswax.
Each 1 tsp (5 ml) contains ~200 mg of magnesium, equivalent to about 60 mg of elemental magnesium, plus over 90 naturally-occurring trace minerals.
Contains no fragrance, preservatives or anything artificial.
Magnesium Chloride Spray: Each ml contains 235 mg Magnesium Chloride (sea water) [Magnesium 60 mg], distilled water.
Magnesium Chloride Liquid (Oil) [per ml]:
Medicinal ingredients: Magnesium Chloride (Sea water) 470 mg [Magnesium 120 mg].
Non-medicinal ingredients: Distilled Water. Health Canada Natural Product Number: 80038257.
Magnesium Gel [per ml]:
Medicinal ingredients: Magnesium Chloride (Sea water) [Magnesium 60 mg]....235 mg
Non-medicinal ingredients: Amigel, Distilled Water. Health Canada Natural Product Number 80033746.
Magnesium Chloride Balm: Smooth into areas of tension or to seal in moisture on the body or face. To use as a topical source of elemental magnesium, Natural Calm recommends using about 1 teaspoon of the Balm for children, topically, and at least 2 teaspoons for adults.
Magnesium Chloride Liquid [Oil]:
For full strength use, measure one ounce into a tub or footbath of water for soaking body or feet.
Use at half-strength for direct skin application: Dilute to at least half-strength with distilled water, and spray directly on skin and massage, for either a Massage (Rub into sore muscles to relieve the pain) or Hot Compress.
As a Hot Compress: Ideal for tight, tired muscles: Rub the Transdermal Magnesium Liquid (Oil) into the area. Take a small towel and wet it in hot water (as hot as comfortable). Place over sore area and allow the heat of the compress to drive the magnesium into the skin. When the compress cools, repeat. Also, apply to legs before bed to relieve restless legs.
Directions for Magnesium Gel:
This topical magnesium is formulated at half the strength of the oil and has an Amigel base for an optimal magnesium-packed massage. Adults: apply once daily, and use a damp, warm cloth to wipe away excess, or shower afterwards, as skin may feel somewhat sticky.
Magnesium Chloride Spray: Spray directly onto skin, and rub in.
For external use only. Keep away from the eyes. Do not use the liquid or the gel if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. If you experience redness, rash or irritation with any type, discontinue use.