All my stress is in my shoulders and at the end of every day they are knotted and ache - noticing them getting way better after my first soak.
I clench my jaw when I get stressed and it makes my neck ache all day. I used this in the morning and my neck was 90% better through out the day.
I always know I'm stressed when I wake up with leg cramps at night. Did this one night before bed and slept well for the next 3 nights!!!!
Tried lots of epsom salt soaks that didn't help at all. This stuff is a game changer and I use it 2-4 times a week to get rid of neck aches.
Use to suffer through heat pads while I slept all summer long to stop sore shoulders. This stuff works!!!
Bioavailable Magnesium: The HBIC that controls all the ways our bodies respond to stress, so with over 77% of us not getting enough each day, we’re all prone to a bit of anxiety.
Vitamins C & D: The duo that calms down ache-creating muscle inflammation throughout our bodies and is essential in repairing stressed and hurt muscles.
Essential Omega-3: The doorman that makes sure Vitamins C & D are flowing to all the right places in our bodies - without these muscles can’t release built up toxins from stress and can’t unknot and relax.
Complete Ingredient List: Magnesium Chloride Hexahydrate (47% Concentration), Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C), Cholecalciferol (Vitamin D), Omega-3 (Plant-Derived), Cedarwood Oil, Mandarin Oil, Citral, Linalool, Thymol, D-limonene
How To Use
How To Transdermal Soak Away Tension: Rip that pouch open and dump it all into a full tub of warm, not super hot, water. Then, hop on in and soak for at least 15 minutes, but it's okay to go longer. After, lightly rinse off with warm water in the shower and towel dry. Use 2-3 times a week.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will this color the bath water or stain the tub?
No, our bath soaks are not meant to change the color of the bath water - we don't want our skin soaking up any of that stuff. Since there is not anything to color the water, there should not be any staining of the bathtub.
Can I use more than one bag at a time?
Sometimes, if you have a large bathtub, you may want to use two bags at a time to make sure you don't dillute it with too much water. But, you can use up to two bags at a time if you would like.
How do I know if the water is too hot?
Most people do not like a bath that is too hot. If it feels too hot to be a hot tub, then the bath is too hot. The best temperature for your water is 100-110 degrees.
Is this the same as epsom salts or bath salts?
No, not at all. When you look at the crystals, you will see they look very different from either of these types of salts. Epsom salts have been chemically processed and are stripped of many natural vitamins and minerals. Bath salts are iodized salt which have been chemically sterilized to only contain iodine. Neither of these has a scientifically proven improvement on our bodies. Only Magnesium Chloride, a natural element, contains powerful amounts of bioavailable Magnesium and dozens of essential vitamins and minerals.
Can I mix this with bubble bath or other bath products?
You absolutely can, but we do recommend you make extra sure you cover as much of your body with the water to make sure you get the full benefits of the soak.