1. Target Specific Areas
It's important to choose the spot you spray carefully. You may feel a tingling sensation the first time you use magnesium oil, though this should dissipate with time.
According to the ancient art of reflexology, your feet is the best place to apply your magnesium oil.
For pain relief, apply it directly to problem areas, such as your back, calf muscles, or knees.
2. Spray and Massage
After a couple of sprays on the specific area, massage it in to help it absorb and increase the blood flow to the affected area. You can’t really overdo it, but when your skin stops absorbing it, it means that it’s oversaturated, so you can stop.
3. Be Patient
Give magnesium oil at least 30 minutes before rinsing or wiping away to allow it to be absorbed. The residue is often topped with a moisturiser after being wiped away.
4. Be Consistent
Using magnesium daily is important, not only to increase magnesium levels, but also to ensure that they don't deplete again.
*If you experience loose bowels or diarrhoea, reduce the dose or frequency of your use and consult with your primary care doctor.