Magnesium spray is a highly concentrated solution composed of magnesium chloride dissolved in water, often derived from ancient seabeds or salt lakes. Despite its name, it does not contain actual spray; the term "oil" refers to its slick texture when applied to the skin. This topical application allows for transdermal absorption, providing an alternative method for increasing magnesium levels in the body without the potential digestive side effects of oral supplements.

As Beach Labs Magnesium Spray is sourced naturally from the ocean without any additives, the magnesium composition can fluctuate. Rest assured, we test every batch and ensure that the magnesium content is above 40 mg/L up to 60mg/L.

Beach Labs' magnesium is sourced from the pristine coastal waters of Vancouver Island, British Columbia. This unique location is renowned for its clear, mineral-rich waters, which provide an ideal environment for harvesting high-quality magnesium. Our magnesium is derived as a byproduct of local sea salt production, ensuring a sustainable and environmentally friendly process.

Magnesium spray does not have a strict expiration date and can be stored indefinitely under proper conditions. To maintain its efficacy, it should be kept in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight and extreme temperatures. Ensuring the container is tightly sealed will help preserve its quality and prevent contamination. If the solution appears cloudy or has an unusual odor, it is best to dispose of it and obtain a fresh supply.

The general guideline for using magnesium spray is to apply about 20 sprays per day, which can help supplement your daily magnesium intake. We recommend applying 8-10 sprays per use on the area of concern. However, the optimal amount can vary depending on individual needs, health conditions, and dietary magnesium intake. It is advisable to start with a lower number of sprays and gradually increase to find a comfortable and effective dosage. Consulting with a healthcare provider can help tailor the usage to your specific requirements.

If you experience itching or a tingling sensation after applying magnesium spray, you should wash the affected area with water to remove any excess product. This reaction is generally mild and may diminish with continued use as your skin adjusts. To reduce the likelihood of irritation, you can dilute the magnesium spray with water before application or use it less frequently until your skin becomes accustomed to it.

Magnesium spray is generally considered safe for use during pregnancy, offering a beneficial way to ensure adequate magnesium levels. However, it is always advisable for pregnant women to consult with their healthcare provider before starting any new supplement or topical treatment. This ensures that the use of magnesium spray is appropriate for their specific health needs and circumstances, avoiding any potential interactions with other treatments or conditions.

Yes, children can use magnesium spray topically, but it should be used with caution. For children, it is often recommended to dilute the magnesium spray with water to reduce the concentration and minimize the risk of skin irritation. As with any supplement, it is best to consult with a healthcare provider before starting magnesium spray for children, to ensure it is appropriate for their age and health status.

Overdosing on magnesium spray is highly unlikely when it is used as directed for topical application. The skin regulates the absorption of magnesium, allowing only what the body needs. However, excessive application may cause skin irritation or a tingling sensation. Magnesium spray is not intended for ingestion, and oral consumption can lead to toxicity with symptoms like diarrhea, nausea, and abdominal cramping. Always follow usage guidelines and consult a healthcare provider if unsure about the correct dosage.

Magnesium can be absorbed through the skin when applied topically as magnesium spray. This transdermal absorption allows magnesium ions to enter the bloodstream directly, bypassing the digestive system and avoiding the laxative effect sometimes associated with oral magnesium supplements. When consumed orally, magnesium is primarily absorbed in the small intestine, with the absorption rate influenced by factors such as dietary composition, the form of magnesium, and the individual's current magnesium status.


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