Best Magnesium Bath Salts

Updated January 2019
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    Magnesium salt baths relax tired muscles, improve muscle recovery, and boost overall health. For people who take magnesium supplements, soaking in a magnesium bath can help your body absorb even more of the helpful mineral. Magnesium baths also have a calming effect to help relieve stress and headaches. Epsom salt is another form of magnesium, only it’s made from magnesium sulfate, whereas regular magnesium bath salts are made from magnesium chloride. Both flakes tout the same benefits, but some say that magnesium chloride is more effective for topical application on skin. Most magnesium salt baths are unscented, but some epsom salt can come with a lavender aroma. They range in price from $2 to $20.

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