Transdermal Magnesium Oil

Transdermal Magnesium Oil & Human Skin

Transdermal Magnesium OilMagnesium “oil” is a descriptive name given to a relatively new type of mineral product that can have a very quick impact on one's health. Sea water can be concentrated by removing a few macro minerals (sodium chloride, potassium chloride, calcium chloride, etc.) and most of the water, leaving a very thick solution, now high in magnesium chloride, that is so dense that it has an oil like consistency. Thus, we now have a dynamic mineral solution, rich in magnesium, ready for direct application to the skin in areas that are experiencing pain or discomfort. This is Magnesoothe.


Magnesium is a mineral that is essential to many vital bodily functions. The average diet in an industrialized country, dependent on mechanized farming, and processed food, is very deficient in this vital mineral. It is no wonder that virtually all major diseases usually involve a magnesium deficiency as a co-factor, if it is not the primary cause. Magnesium, therefore, should be an essential part of one's health regimen.


According to Mark Sircus and other experts, the fastest way to increase one's cellular levels is by transdermal application.[1] The skin is the largest, and one of the most versatile organs in (or “on”) the body. It is a multi-layered membrane of varying permeability, designed to absorb certain nutrients. [2]

The skin is being used more and more, as a means of delivering substances into the body. Magnesium chloride from natural sea sources is readily absorbed into the body through the skin. There are no known side effects in transdermal applications of magnesium “oil” outside of minor irritation when applied to open sores, or sensitive skin.


There are many types of magnesium supplements on the market designed for internal consumption. Each has a different source. Each has a different rate of absorption. Each must be properly digested so that it is changed into an ionic form, making it bioactive and usable by the body. There is also the concern of taking too much, resulting in diarrhea. Magnesium Chloride, from sea sources, is already in ionic form, and when applied transdermally, goes through the skin and right into the blood stream ready to be used by the body, with no concern for the problems associated with digestion.


Minerals from the Dead Sea can have a profound effect on diseases of the skin. Perhaps the reason that human skin is so receptive to the minerals in the Dead Sea, is because it contains all 21 minerals found in skin cells. This explains why so many spas line the Dead Sea shores dealing specifically with skin ailments. Those waters offer every mineral needed for healthy skin cells.


When magnesium “oil” is applied to skin, it is easily absorbed into the epidermis. From there, it goes into the body to supply its many needs for magnesium. It can thus address specific points of pain, while at the same time, proceeding to also supply the needs of other body functions. Magnesium “oil” is the best way to increase cellular magnesium quickly and safely. Magnesoothe is made from the best source of ionic sea minerals, the Dead Sea.

[1] “Tansdermal Magnesium Therapy” Mark Sircus
[2]“Treatise on controlled drug delivery” By Agis F. Kydonieus pg 345