Magnesium Gel Roll-On

Rated 4.9 out of 5
Based on 425 reviews


Natural Relief, Magnesium Gel Roll-On has quickly risen to be a fan favourite. A simple, effective way to raise your magnesium levels. Contains our 100% pure, organically sourced Magnesium Oil, from the Salt Lakes of Australia and is thickened (into a gel) with organic xanthan gum.

The odourless, non-oily and convenient gel roll-on makes for the perfect travel companion.


Adding topical magnesium into your daily routine is a great way (efficacious & bio-available) to gain the benefits of magnesium and assist in preventing magnesium deficiency.

Australian - Organically Sourced - Natural Magnesium

My " can't be without it" Product!
"Since I began to use the magnesium gel roll-on, I use it not only for myself, but other members of the family, and friends who visit and need relief of some kind. I have at least 3 on the go at all times." - Kate H.


Use daily, apply 4-5 rolls to your upper body in the morning to energise, then to lower body in the evening for relaxation (especially where skin is thin for optimal absorption). Rub in well for best results.

*Tip - Keep it in your handbag, gym bag or the car. If you prefer to keep it at home, try keeping it in the bathroom.

♻︎ Amazing Oils products are recyclable in your normal household recycling. We use HDPE & PET recyclable plastic to reduce packaging waste. Please recycle your bottle after use.


Detailed Ingredients List: Organically sourced Magnesium Chloride, Xanthan Gum (2%).


What is the 'oil' in the product?
While commonly referred to as 'Magnesium Oil' this liquid contains no oil. The Magnesium liquid brine is organically sourced from natural salts lakes in Australian deserts.
How long will this product last?
The 60ml contains approximately 300 'rolls'.
Used daily (10 'rolls' p/d) the bottle will last 1-2 months.

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Magnesium Deficiency

If you experience any reactions such as tingling or irritation; apply to damp skin (or over a light moisturiser) for the first week. To learn more about magnesium deficiency visit the blog below: