Magnesium & Skin

Magnesium & Skin

Learn why clear, wrinkle-free skin depends on magnesium, and how invasive skin procedures may damage skin in severely magnesium-deficient people.

  1. Magnesium prevents and fights inflammation.
  2. Skin firmness and elasticity depend on magnesium.
  3. Magnesium supports our skin’s DNA.
  4. Magnesium powers vitamin D to keep our skin healthy.
  5. Invasive skin treatments can deceptively accelerate skin aging.
  6. Solutions to restore magnesium and support healthier skin.
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1. Magnesium prevents and fights inflammation:

2. Skin firmness and elasticity depend on magnesium:

3. Magnesium supports our skin’s DNA:

4. Magnesium powers vitamin D to keep our skin healthy:

5. Invasive skin treatments can deceptively accelerate skin aging:

6. Solutions to restore magnesium and support healthier skin:

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