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Magnesium oil best acne remedy

Updated on August 23, 2012

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Have you looked for the "magic" cure for acne and still not got one. Take a look at magnesium oil. It works wonders with big acne flare ups, cysts and acne scars and prevents andy new spots from forming by healing your skin cells naturally. So relax and let me take you on the story of minerals drawn from the Ancient Zechstein Seabed in Northern Europe and the wonders they can do to your skin and also body!

No acne? And just want to improve skin texture, brighten marks or fade out wrinkles. This will do the trick too! So keep on reading!

Magnesium Oil

What is it? Where is it from?

Magnesium Oil is relatively new thing. It is highly concentrated magnesium chloride accompanied by goody trace elements extracted from the ancient Zechstein Sea in Northern Europe. 250 Ma formation buried to depths of 1600-2000 m and protected from modern sea water impurities.

Magnesium Oil is easily assimilated by the body through skin due to it's exceptional composition. It is the best known form of magnesium which can be used to top up magnesium deficiencies. One teaspoon massaged into skin equals 400-600 mg of magnesium depending on the brand! The most important is easily absorbable and goes directly into cells and blood stream.

So how can application of magnesium oil on the skin help your acne? Read on.

Magnesium Oil on Amazon - Chose from those pump and spray magnesium oil bottles.

I selected some of recommended magnesium oil products on Amazon after doing some research. Personally I use Ancient Minerals and Better You.

Magnesium Oil and Acne

How does it do the trick?

The key to keep your skin healthy is a BALANCE. Magnesium, calcium, sodium, chlorium are key minerals responsible for regulating your cells and balancing the way they operate. Massaging magnesium oil into your skin does exactly that- provides it with right amount of needed minerals and balances oil secretion and toxins accumulation.

What's interesting, magnesium oil is actually not an oil. When applied on skin its consistency feels oily, but it is magnesium chloride and not going to stain your clothes. It may be itchy and burning on first applications, but the skin gets used to after few times. It actively fights existing brake outs as it is has antibacterial properties and regulates your cells supporting faster regeneration.

It is superb on the acne marks and other persistent imperfections, brightening and softening the skin!

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How to use Magnesium Oil on acne?

I created simple step-by-step tips for using Magnesium Oil on your skin:

1. Clean your face with usual routine, but don't put any moisturizer yet.

2. Apply 2-3 pumps of magnesium oil to clean hand and massage for a minute into your face.

It may sting moderately during first applications, but will pass as your skin gets used to. If it is really bad remove the oil with water and towel dry.

3. Leave it on for at least 20 min and then wash off with water and towel dry. Most likely you won't need moisturizer.

Alternatively you can leave it on for the night/day. Just take off extra oil with wet towel and you are ready to go. Magnesium oil is actually fantastic under make up moisturizer.

And watch your skin transform !

Magnesium Oil + Vichy Normaderm - Welcome new face and best under make up solution.

Have you tried Vichy Imperfection Hydrating Care? I love it! And when combined with magnesium oil it works even faster! Red marks fade out on days. There is lots of complaints how make up comes off when used after Vichy Hydrating Care, but when mixed with tiny splash of magnesium oil it is single best under make up moisturizer I ever used.

Must try!

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It's my first article so there will be more as I get down to writing. I am especially looking to expand on magnesium oil uses as it is fantastic product. Stay tuned!

I am always looking for feedback on my articles and happy to expand more and share tips.


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      PrettyandSmart 5 years ago

      gonna try it!

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      PrettyandSmart 5 years ago

      gonna try it!

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      jolou 5 years ago

      I love natural remedies. Have not heard about this but I'm sure it's good.

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      bluesquid 5 years ago

      @JoshK47: Thank you!

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      JoshK47 5 years ago

      Great information! Thanks for sharing - blessed by a SquidAngel!