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Magnesium Spray for sensitive skin

It is commonly known some people do struggle with magnesium application, and we have answered your call by developing a version of our award-winning Magnesium Spray, which we think you’ll love.

We’re proud to introduce you to our new sensitive skin version of our best-selling Magnesium Spray.

Carefully formulated with powerful and natural ingredients, this version is for those who struggle with irritation, tingling, or discomfort. Odourless with no potential irritants, this is for gentle application.

Why Magnesium?

Magnesium spray is a powerful friend in your search for better health. The primary compounds of natural magnesium and deionised water can be sprayed directly onto the skin, providing an alternative to taking supplements orally.

There remains division over the true ability of transdermal Magnesium, but with so many people now finding it helps with so many issues, the simple fact is that, the results are often undeniable.

Many scientific studies have provided evidence that regular application may help reduce symptoms associated with deficiency, such as restless legs, muscle or pain from inflammation.

What makes this sensitive skin spray different?

With its winning combination of Manuka Honey (honey which has been made by New Zealand bees, which pollinate the Leptospermum Solarium bush – what we know as the tea tree), Chamomile and Arnica this application of magnesium is gentle, avoiding any unnecessary ingredients which might cause any discomfort to the skin.

Dermatologically tested, our formula includes three primary ingredients. The scientifically proven and centuries old Manuka Honey for its antioxidant, antimicrobial and anti-proliferative capabilities. Synonymous with health benefits, this incredible ingredient is used throughout the world, and has been since time immemorial.

The ancient flowering plant, Chamomile is commonly found in medicines and cosmetics for its antioxidant powers, whilst it’s also known to both soothe and calm skin.

The final ingredient is Arnica – from the Arnica Montana plant, a derivative of the perennial, herbaceous plants in the sunflower family. The most common application of arnica is topical to treat bruised skin or sore muscles. The active properties in Arnica may aid overall relaxation.

What's inside

Magical Manuka

Meet the star of the Show

Manuka Wellbeing & their bees

We are proud to be partners of Manuka Wellbeing for their dedication to the New Zealand Manuka Bee and its work. This premium Manuka honey comes from Whanganui, known for its majestic landscape. Their Manuka has a high UMF rating, for stronger antibacterial properties.

Founder of Manuka Wellbeing, Kenny Too’s vision for promoting a healthier lifestyle through the use of this high-grade substance, made with love by a colony of hard-working New Zealand bees, we’re beyond pleased to have discovered this inspiring brand, who are forging the way in manuka health.

The robust Manuka is so well-loved amongst the health conscious and highly recognised for its remedial qualities. It boasts bacteria-killing abilities, has a potential role in alleviating any inflammatory conditions to the skin and showcases hydration powers to help keep skin healthy; alongside its ability to help with digestion, energy, and immune support.

Why is Manuka such a power-house?

6 things that Manuka Honey is well known for:

● Antibacterial Properties: Manuka honey can fight bacteria that are hard to kill with antibiotics. It stops the growth of bacteria like MRSA, which is resistant to many antibiotics. Some examples are skin inflammation, eczema, acne and more.

● Anti-Inflammatory Effects: It highlights the anti-inflammatory properties of Manuka honey and its potential role in alleviating various inflammatory conditions. It is one of the biggest natural antidotes to chronic mouth ulcers and sore throats.

● Digestive Health: Manuka honey can help with stomach problems like gastritis and ulcers. Many people report that eating Manuka honey makes their stomach feel better.

● Skin Care Benefits: Manuka honey is high in antioxidants and is very good for the skin. By consuming or applying Manuka honey, it hydrates your skin, aid in the removal of acne spot scars, helps reduce blemish inflammation and assists in the reduction of fine lines and wrinkles.

● Energy boost: : Regular consumption of Manuka honey is believed to have an elixir effect that can boost energy and support detoxification.

● Immune Support: The health benefits of Manuka honey are amazing. In many global studies, people who consumed Manuka honey had fewer colds and common place infections, showing that it could help the immune system

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Magnesium Spray - Get all your questions answered right here:

How long will my bottle last?

A very common question! So depending on the size of the bottle and obviously how much you use per day, we say as a general rule, using daily, and as per the suggested amount - we say the 100ml bottle will last approximately 30-40 days, while the 150ml around the 2 months mark.

How does Magnesium Spray actually work?

'Magnesium is involved in over 300 biochemical reactions in the body, including muscle and nerve function,
energy production, and protein synthesis'.

Think about it like giving your body an essential fuel.

The benefits are vast and varied. Firstly, magnesium is essential for keeping your body functioning properly, from muscle contractions to regulating calcium levels.

But that's just the beginning.
Magnesium oil sprays can help calm tired muscles, ease painful cramps associated with PMS or constipation, and help balance the body's chemistry.

And let's not forget about the emotional benefits - magnesium spray can promote relaxation, improve sleep quality, and reduce feelings of stress and anxiety.

So if you're looking for a simple and effective way to feel better both physically and emotionally, give magnesium spray a try. Your body (and your mind) will thank you.

Why is Magnesium Spray such a big deal?

Taking magnesium is not a new concept, but most of us don’t do it enough. And the regular way of taking it orally is just not that effective.

When you take magnesium orally, it has to go through your digestive system to start working its magic.
But with magnesium spray, you're bypassing that and delivering the mineral right where it's needed.
That means, often, faster help with muscle cramps, better sleep, and a calmer mind.

Plus, it's so easy to use - just spray and go. So if you're ready to feel the power of magnesium, skip the pills and give the spray a try. Your body will thank you.

Vast amounts of customer feedback confirm that, not only is it a more effective way to get your daily dose of magnesium, but you'll feel the effects much faster.

Where do I spray it?

Magnesium spray offers a simple and yet, effective way for you to experience the healing benefits of this mineral. To get the most out of it, we recommend spraying it behind knees and inside elbows where your skin is thinner. However, this isn't a rule, so feel free to use it where needed. You can let it soak in naturally or simply rub in gently.

Avoid contact with eyes and sensitive areas of the skin and body.

What types of magnesium are there, and what's the difference?

Magnesium sulfate : (Epsom salts) can be good for constipation, muscle soreness 

Magnesium Glycinate : Can be good for sleep, mood, helps promote GABA secretion in the brain to help relaxation

Magnesium oxide : The least absorbable form and often used to relieve constipation.

Magnesium citrate : Can be good for sleep, constipation, leg cramps

Magnesium Malate : Can help to support muscle and nerve function as well as boost energy and mood, blood sugar regulations and heart health. Often used for individuals suffering from chronic fatigue or fibromyalgia 

Magnesium Taurate : Taurine protects the brain, heart, eyes, and muscles from damage and stress

Magnesium chloride (topical)  Magnesium chloride is a type of salt that is a combination of magnesium and chloride. When applied through the skin (dermal) it is readily absorbed, and is very good if you are trying to raise your levels. It can reduce aches and pains, relieve stress can help relieve insomnia, such as sleep time and quality. Topical forms of magnesium are less likely to cause digestive side effects

Does Magnesium spray really work?

This very much depends on you, as everyone is different. In the same way not every medicine on the planet works the same way and has the same effect on everyone, magnesium is no different. Taking magnesium is not a new concept, but most of us don’t do it enough. And the regular way of taking it orally is just not that effective.

When you take magnesium orally, it has to go through your digestive system to start working its magic.
But with magnesium spray, you're bypassing that and delivering the mineral right where it's needed.
That means, often faster help with muscle cramps, better sleep, and a calmer mind.

Plus, it's so easy to use - just spray and go. So if you're ready to feel the power of magnesium, skip the pills and give the spray a try. Your body will thank you.

Vast amounts of customer feedback confirm that, not only is it a more effective way to get your daily dose of magnesium, but you'll feel the effects much faster.

Magnesium tablets VS Magnesium Spray

Magnesium tablets and magnesium sprays are two different forms of magnesium supplements that can be used to increase magnesium intake in the body. Magnesium tablets are ingested orally and need to be broken down by the digestive system before the magnesium can be absorbed into the bloodstream. On the other hand, magnesium spray is applied topically to the skin and is absorbed directly into the bloodstream through the skin. While both forms of magnesium can be effective in increasing magnesium levels, some people may prefer the convenience and ease of taking tablets, while others may find the spray more convenient or effective for their specific needs.

What is RLS (restless leg syndrome) and can Magnesium help?

Restless leg syndrome is more than just an uncomfortable urge to move your legs. For some people it can cause a crawling, creeping feeling in the feet and calves that worsens during the evening or night - sometimes even affecting their arms. This condition isn't uncommon either. Many cases occur daily for varying periods of time with severe intensity levels that could disrupt your everyday life activities. It's also linked to periodic limb movements (PLM), where irregular jerking motions happen involuntarily within a persons limbs while asleep or at rest due to nerve dysfunction from restless leg issues.

Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS) can be caused by underlying health conditions like iron deficiency or kidney failure, known as secondary RLS. It is known to affect 1 in 5 pregnant women during the last term of their pregnancy. Fortunately, there have been successful studies that suggest magnesium can provide relief from mild to moderate cases of insomnia related to this condition. The Charity RLS (UK) advocates for using a Magnesium oil spray on legs.

Magnesium therapy may be the key to unlocking a good night's sleep for those suffering from mild or moderate restless leg syndrome (RLS) and periodic limb movement disorder (PLMD). In one 2006 case study, magnesium treatment was found to alleviate even severe RLS symptoms in pregnant patients.

How much Magnesium is in each spray?

Each pump of our spray contains approximately 18mg of Magnesium. Keep in mind that an average adults RDA (recommended daily allowance) is around 400mg per day. be mindful that depending on what you eat, you will also intake Magnesium through diet.

What makes Harrogate Organics Magnesium Spray special?

This is commonly one of our most asked questions. The answer is extremely simple. Yes, our ingredients are of the best quality, yes, we dont test on animals, and yes, we are an ethical company that sources from sustainable sources.

But they aren't the main reasons. What separates us from the rest, is the experience of use. Because we are real people who have had real problems in the past ourselves, we set out to make a spray that didn't do an number of things our competitors did.

1. Our spray doesn't stain clothing or bed linens.

2. It doesn't sting or cause irritation like some cheaper brands.

3. Being water-based, it absorbs faster.

4. Its non-greasy and applies evenly.

5. It doesn't smell overpowering.

This is why we are so good, and why our customers love us.

What is Magnesium spray good for?

Magnesium is essential to keeping your body functioning properly, from muscle contractions and signals between cells to regulating calcium levels. Magnesium oil sprays can help put all this in balance by calming tired muscles, easing painful cramps associated with PMS or constipation and helping to balance the body's chemistry.

Can kids use it too?

It's important to be mindful about the amount of magnesium your children get every day, which can vary based on you childs age. As a general guideline: children aged 1-4 need 80 mg daily; kids aged from 5 - 8 should aim for 130 mg/day; and ages 9 – 13 require 240mg per day. If you are looking into topical ways to provide supplemental amounts of magnesium, try not to over think it. Think of applying Magnesium spray like taking a dip in an ocean full of mineral salts, which we dont limit by time. Research suggests the body regulates its own intake. That being said we recommend use, only on children 5 years and above.

Is it true it can cause diarrhoea?

Magnesium is beneficial for relieving constipation, but taking too much can lead to diarrhea. To avoid this side effect and ensure your body receives the proper amount of magnesium, try breaking up the amount you apply throughout the day instead of taking one big amount at once. You can also water it down if you feel your're getting too much.

For those who can't get enough magnesium through their diet, trying oral supplements isn't always the answer. In some cases, smaller intermittent doses won’t suffice, because our bodies simply process it too quickly for absorption to occur properly.

However if you find yourself worrying about potential digestive issues, rest assured, transdermal Magnesium is a much more measured solution.

Is Magnesium spray safe?

A soak in the sea can’t hurt, but too much of a good thing doesn't necessarily apply to transdermal magnesium. You'll be happy to know that toxicity from Magnesium is rare due to our body's ability to easily excrete excess amounts in the urine with healthy kidneys - though if you do have kidney disorders it's best practice to always check in with your GP before adding any new supplement into your daily routine.

Can it really help me?

If you're looking for an effective way to reduce muscle tension and alleviate headaches, it is definitely worth a try. Athletes struggling with cramping or people with Restless Leg Syndrome can find great relief from this fast-acting form of therapy. Magnesium spray is also suitable for children who are unable to take it orally. Furthermore, its antibacterial properties may make it useful in treating skin conditions such as eczema and acne while reducing body odour and helping wounds heal faster.

Tips to increase effectiveness?

Top-Tip:

To help soothe aching muscles and joints, try this top-tip. Apply our Magnesium spray to the affected area. Then use a hot compress towel to drive absorption and push the mineral deeper into your skin for even greater relief. Wetting a small towel in hot water (as comfortably warm as possible) and placing it over the sore spot can really make all the difference - when cooled down, repeat as necessary.

What time of day should I take it?

Magnesium spray isn't just a bedtime thing. Throughout the day, Magnesium could be your perfect companion. If you experience tension or muscle tightness, start with topical magnesium to ensure that muscles and nerves stay relaxed. Taking it before stressful days can also help keep your cortisol levels in check for better concentration and more endurance. And when sweat is involved (like after workouts), don't forget to replace all that lost magnesium so you'll have enough energy at a cellular level no matter what time of day it is.

Using Magnesium for sleep really is super easy, just apply before bedtime, then layback and relax and let it works its magic.

Can I use this while pregnant?

Pregnancy can come with many discomforts, one of them being leg cramping. Research has found that transdermal magnesium applied to the skin is a safe and effective way for expecting mums to relieve their symptoms. This mineral also works in tandem with others such as potassium, calcium and sodium which could be low if you are experiencing severe pain in your legs during pregnancy.

Can I take oral supplements at the same time of transdermal?

The simple answer is, yes. However, it's important to keep in mind your total intake of Magnesium per day, as your diet may also contain Magnesium also.

M. DRAKE

I can finally sleep! I'm peri menopause and was recommended the magnesium spray as I was not sleeping.. I could not be without this product..life changing and recommended to many..also the packaging scent is sublime

S.A Carrol

I certainly wouldn't be without my Natural Magnesium Spray. It helps me sleep, does wonders for my migraines and gives me a sense of well-being. Thank you!

J. Ross

Lovely spray which is not sticky like some other makes. Relaxing feel to feet which aids sleep

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