Did you know that approximately 80% of the population is deficient in magnesium?
It’s used for over 300 functions in our bodies, and we burn through it faster in times of stress. Even more importantly, it’s a co-factor for the absorption and use of other key nutrients, like vitamin D. Getting enough magnesium is critically important to health!
Some signs you might not get enough:
Struggle to fall or stay asleep
Lack of appetite
Our Good Night Lotion is rich in natural magnesium chloride and blended with skin-nourishing oils. This means it’s not itchy like sprays, and doesn’t cause digestive upset like pills. It’s also very easy to use — simply rub it into belly or legs approximately 15 minutes before sleep. There are approximately 100 mg of magnesium per teaspoon of lotion, so use the amount that meets your needs!
Our lotion is safe for all ages. Choose original (with lavender essential oil for added benefits) or sensitive (without essential oils/unscented for those who are allergic to lavender or prefer unscented products). Shelf life of 1 year.
Rich in magnesium
Promotes restful sleep
Promotes normal sleep cycles
Supports healthy blood sugar levels
Supports heart health
Supports digestive health
Supports the immune system
Supports healthy pregnancy
Helps with minor pain
Magnesium chloride flakes
Lavender essential oil
Apply a pea-sized amount to legs or belly 10 – 15 minutes before bedtime. Use slightly more for adults. 100 mg of magnesium per tsp.
It is safe to use more depending on your needs, and to apply at other times of day. Apply to the affected area for sore muscles or occasional headache.
Shelf life: 1 year. Safe for all ages. Safe while pregnant or breastfeeding. Using too much may cause temporary diarrhea, but will not cause any long-term or serious issues. If you notice loose stools, use less. Good Night Lotion (Sensitive) is recommended for pregnant women or infants under 6 months.
Blue Bliss Good Night Lotion is safe for ages 2+.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA, and this product is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure anything.