Ancient Minerals Magnesium Lotion Goodnight 2.5 Oz
Goodnight Lotion combines the benefits of topical magnesium with topical melatonin in a moisturizing lotion.
Ancient Minerals Magnesium Lotion Goodnight is a smooth, quickly absorbed emulsion of magnesium, MSM and melatonin in a skin-nourishing base of certified organic oils. Ancient Minerals Magnesium Lotion Goodnight is fragrance free, does not contain any formaldehyde releasing preservatives, and delivers 3mg melatonin and 25mg elemental magnesium per 1 mL.
25mg elemental magnesium with 3mg melatonin and 25mg elemental organic sulfur (from OptiMSM) per 1ml / 1 full pump press.
Purified water, Genuine Zechstein magnesium chloride, methylsulfonylmethane (OptiMSM), organic vegetable glycerin, organic simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) seed oil, squalane (olive), cetearyl olivate, sorbitan olivate, organic cocos nucifera (coconut) oil, glyceryl stearate, cetyl alcohol, organic butyrospermum parkii (shea butter), xanthan gum, lactobacillus ferment, cocos nucifera (coconut) fruit extract, melatonin, citrus sinensis (sweet orange) oil, sodium hyaluronate
Product Application and Usage:
Ancient Minerals Magnesium Lotion Goodnight is a smooth, quickly absorbed emulsion of magnesium chloride and melatonin in a skin-nourishing base of certified organic oils. Ancient Minerals is fragrance free and does not contain any formaldehyde releasing preservatives.
A gentler concentration of magnesium chloride than our magnesium oil or magnesium gel products, Ancient Minerals Magnesium Lotion Goodnight provides melatonin while protecting the most sensitive of skin.
Simply apply recommended amount to chest, neck, or abdomen 30 minutes before sleep for best results.
Magnesium Lotion and Your Health:
Studies show that most Americans have magnesium deficient diets, with one in five getting less than half the RDA for magnesium in their daily diets.
Magnesium works within our cells - the powerhouses, factories and regulators of the body’s systems. Its crucial role in over 300 fundamental biochemical reactions affects the brain, the muscles, the heart and blood vessels, and ultimately our overall health and well-being.
Yet magnesium has been placed on the short list of nutrients of concern by the U.S. Department of Health due to widespread low intake. While many are aware of the importance of calcium, the parallel and in some ways even more crucial role of magnesium is less widely known.