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Magnesium Lotion Recipe

Magnesium Lotion Recipe

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This Magnesium Lotion recipe has been formulated to create a luscious thick cream that feels light on the skin.   It requires a little extra rubbing time and has been specifically formulated to have white rub.  This is so that the user takes the time to apply the cream and massage the problem areas, encouraging blood flood and thus quicker absorption.

Although it is a simple formula, you are required to have some knowledge on how to test and adjust PH levels of products. This is not covered in the document but I do give the suggested PH range. Testing and adjusting of PH levels has been covered on the "Let's formulate" tier or Patreon.

Please be sure to read ingredients correctly. The most common mistake people are making with this formula is not using a complete emulsifier and only using a part of the emulsifier I recommend. 

    Once purchased, you will be able to download the file immediately from your account and it will be emailed.  The document is written in both formula (percentages) and recipe (metric weight) format and has full instructions on how to create the lotion.   The document also contains information about the ingredients, any substitutes you can use as well as other tweaks so you can customise the final product.

     Ingredients you will need to make this recipe

    • Distilled Water
    • Magnesium Chloride
    • Glycerin
    • Emulsifying Wax (I use Cetearyl Alcohol/Ceteareth 20)
    • Stearic Acid
    • Olive Oil
    • Fractionated coconut Oil or Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride
    • Natural Vitamin E
    • Water soluble preservative
    • Essential and fragrance oil (Optional)

    Please note this recipe is in metric measures.  If you use imperial, you will need to convert yourself. 

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    This document is intended for the personal use of the buyer.
    No part of this document, including graphics and photographs, may be copied, reproduced,
    or distributed in any printed or electronic format without written permission
    from Keeley Towler, the copyright holder.  Exceptions are made for countries where formula
    submission is required.

    If you choose to sell your finished products, you may do so,
    but it is your sole responsibility to ensure the complete safety of your
    products by manufacturing in a clean and sanitary environment.  It is also your responsibility to comply with
    all the laws and regulations regarding the sale of cosmetics in your country and
    state of residence.  It is your responsibility
    to have the recipe submitted or tested in countries where needed.

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    The information provided in this document is the result of
    research and experience by Keeley Towler. This recipe has been developed by me
    and thoroughly tested. I have tried to be as precise and accurate as possible
    with recipe instructions and ingredient descriptions. Neither the product nor
    their ingredients are intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any
    disease. All the ingredients in this formula have been tested and used by me;
    however, it is strongly recommended that you do your own research regarding the
    safety of ALL ingredients, including and especially essential oils. The
    ingredients included in this recipe have been deemed safe for use in the
    percentages provided. Any deviation from these formulas in either ingredients, percentages,
    or method, resulting in an undesirable result, is the responsibility of the

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