Search Products

Natural Magnesium Spray

(2 customer reviews)


Transdermal application of magnesium is an effective way to boost your levels of this crucial mineral. Signs of magnesium deficiency include fatigue, anxiety, leg cramps, insomnia, gynecological problems, and more.

For more on the benefits of magnesium, see The Health Benefits of Transdermal Magnesium.

Our Natural Magnesium Spray is versatile in that it can be used to support many different ailments, and can also be used as a deodorant!

Please note that when applied, this magnesium spray may sting for several moments, but dissipates quickly. Either rub on thoroughly, or wipe clean after 20 minutes.

Our Natural Magnesium Spray comes in a reusable spray bottle made of highly prized Miron violet glass, which adds shelf life to any natural product. Miron glassware also increases the bioavailability of its nutrients, making it the perfect packaging for this refreshing spray.

Size: 2 oz.

Our products do not contain petroleum-based chemicals, parabens, phthalates, or artificial fragrances.


Natural Magnesium Spray (2 oz.)


  • Magnesium Chloride Flakes from the Ancient Zechstein Sea blended with Filtered Water
  • Lavender Essential Oil

Be sure to reuse your Miron violet glass spray bottle, as you will have it for years to come! For suggestions and natural product recipes, see How to Reuse Your Miron Violet Glass Jar.

2 reviews for Natural Magnesium Spray

  1. Ruth

    Wondering if you have this, and also the balm without lavender essential oil…I don’t tolerate it well.
    Thank you!
    (I put a review of “good” since I have not ordered it yet, but would like the balm if Lavender is not in it.)

    • Andrea Fabry

      Hi Ruth. I can offer the spray without lavender, but not the balm. Leave a note if you order the spray and I’ll leave out the lavender. Thanks for the inquiry!

  2. Deb Gatz (verified owner)

    Hi! When I spritz the magnesium on my skin, I typically rub it in with some coconut oil which makes it easier to spread the magnesium. Otherwise, my skin kind of feels like I’ve been in the ocean – you know that tight salt water feeling once your skin dries? Is it okay to spread the magnesium using coconut oil?

    • Andrea Fabry

      It shouldn’t be a problem to use the coconut oil, Deb. Sounds like a good idea to me!

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

©2021 Just So | Simple Living, Pure Products | tucson website design by Arizona Computer Guru