Life Flo Health, Pure Magnesium Oil, 8 oz (237 ml)
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37 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2990993 on May 22, 2012
I purchased this product after reading the magnesium miracle and many reviews on the health benefits of magnesium (too many to list!). I was having issues with both hair lost and excessive perspiration. It helped with both of these issues. I use it as a deodorant and apply 5-6 sprays under the arms daily after my morning showers. I also applied it to my thinning hair areas on my head until the hair shedding stopped. It does sting for awhile when you first apply it. So for those individuals with a low pain tolerance it may not be suitable. Overall I am very pleased with this product and will continue to use it in the future.
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Good for leg cramps
20 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1234862 on Aug 28, 2011
When I'm low on magesium this seems to help a lot with nighttime leg cramps. If you are hypothyroid or not getting enough of potassium or magnesium, this might help you out.
Mixed feeling about this
5 people found the following review helpful
Posted by odereviews on Jan 14, 2013
Life Flo's magnesium oil (Spray) does work (I was a bit skeptic about this first). It relieves neck/shoulder/back pain quickly, but you need to wash your hands carefully after using magnesium oil. Also make sure you have a healthy skin (no rash, wounds etc.) before applying this. This is cheaply priced magnesium oil, and it last for long.
If you are looking for quick help for neck/shoulder pains, you might want to test this combined with magnesium citrate.
3 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2192311 on Nov 28, 2011
Leaves a bit of a sticky feeling and doesn´t absorb very well. Cramps have gone away though.
Makes it easier to relax
Posted by Reviewer1393305 on Dec 09, 2011
I rub this magnesium oil on to my skin - for instance on legs, arms, abdomen. Great when I'm feeling stressed.
Only side effect is that it may make dry skin itch. So I don't put it the same place every time, and I use moisturizer in between.
To eat magnesium: Get some tablets. Be aware that there are many kinds and that you may need calcium as well.