Pure magnesium bath flakes
BetterYou Magnesium Flakes can be added to your bath to help soothe tired and aching muscles for the ultimate relaxation.
- Pure Zechstein Inside® magnesium chloride
- Promotes natural relaxation
- Soothes aching and tired muscles
- Suitable for baths and footbaths
- Effective magnesium absorption
- Available in 250g, 1kg and 5kg pouches
- Fully recyclable packaging
Magnesium bath flakes, sometimes called magnesium bath salts, are a highly concentrated form of magnesium supplementation, designed to be added to a bath or footbath.
Soaking in a magnesium-rich bath helps promote relaxation and soothe tired and aching muscles. Allowing full body exposure to a concentrated solution of magnesium chloride. A gentle and effective method of supplementation.
The magnesium used within Magnesium Flakes has been naturally purified over 250 million years to guarantee it is free from man-made pollutants and heavy metals.
As an essential mineral for optimal health, magnesium is involved in most major metabolic processes, playing a crucial role in over 300 enzyme reactions operating throughout the day. Magnesium deficiency – caused by inadequate amounts of nutritional content in our diets – could lead to a wide range of health conditions.
Add 250g Magnesium Flakes (roughly 2 cups) per bath.
Lie back and relax for 20 minutes. Increase amount for a more intensive experience.
Add 150g Magnesium Flakes (roughly 1 cup) to approx. 5 litres of water, enough to cover feet.
Sit and relax for 20 minutes.
It is recommended to take a magnesium bath 2 to 3 times a week. Your skin will feel pleasant, smooth and supple.
Magensium and Vitamin D3
Low vitamin D3 may be a result of a magnesium deficiency. Magnesium plays a key role in determining how much vitamin D our bodies can make. It’s suggested that people whose magnesium intake is high are less likely to have a vitamin D deficiency than people whose magnesium levels are low.
Vitamin D’s bioavailability depends on magnesium. The enzymes (in the liver and kidneys) that enable vitamin D metabolism—converting it into its active form, calcitriol—can’t work without sufficient amounts of magnesium to draw upon.
Signs of a magnesium deficiency.
- Muscle twitches or cramps
- High blood pressure
- Mental health issues such as. depression or apathy
- Fatigue and muscle weakness
- Irregular heartbeat contributing to (lightheadedness, dizziness etc)