Mo’ Natural Organic Magnesium Lotion

Last updated date: November 30, 2019

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Overall Take

In our analysis of 42 expert reviews, the Mo' Natural Mo' Natural Organic Magnesium Lotion placed 6th when we looked at the top 14 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

Editor's Note February 20, 2020:
Checkout The Best Organic Hand Lotion for a detailed review of all the top organic hand lotions.

Expert Summarized Score
2 expert reviews
User Summarized Score
364 user reviews
Our Favorite Video Reviews
What experts liked
Mo’ Maggie muscle rub offers excellent muscle relaxation as it contains the best and healthy ingredients that do not have effects. The muscle massage includes hemp, Argan, Pricky, and more base seeds that offer total muscle rubbing therapy.
- Top 10 The Best Reviews
There’s about 250 mg per tsp of pure Zechstein seabed sourced magnesium. The Lil Mo Maggie Magnesium Lotion has 100 mg per tsp. This milder formula is meant for those looking for a less potent mix and/or kids. It’s approved by several high board standards and scores perfectly on the Comedogenic Rating Scale meaning it’s not supposed to clog pores.
- it's me, lady g
May 17, 2019 | Full review
What experts didn't like
It actually takes a bit of working and massaging to get the lotion to disappear completely.
- it's me, lady g
May 17, 2019 | Full review

From The Manufacturer

Many folks can use a little “Mo’ Maggie” (more magnesium)! Most of the population is magnesium deficient. Applying Magnesium transdermally (onto skin) is an OPTIMAL method of getting this vital mineral directly into the bloodstream. Mo’ Maggie delivers approx. 200 mg. of Magnesium (plus trace minerals!) sourced directly from the ancient, underground Zechstein seabed in the Netherlands – unpolluted & pristine purity! We have the highest standards & refuse to use ANY above-ground Magnesium source. Genuine Zechstein Magnesium is guaranteed to be free of Mercury, Lead, Arsenic, & Fluoride! Each batch is produced under strict GMP, ISO 9001, & ISO 14001 quality control standards. Above ground sources of Magnesium can be subject to mercury & many other pollutants, then highly processed as a result. To our current much-loved formula, we’ve added even more of a mélange of opulent, luscious & EXTREMELY beneficial oils - all certified ORGANIC - to include Argan Seed oil & Prickly Pear Seed oil. They're non-comedogenic (won’t clog pores), so Magnesium will absorb efficiently & go right to your cells where it's needed most! Our new preserving medium is ultra pure & approved by EcoCert, NPA & NaTrue standards! Aroma free! Use Mo' Maggie with confidence! IMPORTANT: Please remember that ALL minerals are a form of SALT, which means ANY brand of magnesium lotion can feel "different" on the skin (compared to normal body lotion). We blended organic luxury oils & Shea Butter with Magnesium to create Mo’ Maggie, providing a more soothing application of minerals directly to the skin. With sensitive individuals or those with greater mineral deficiencies, some tingling/itching/stinging MAY occur. This can be a very average reaction with ANY dermal magnesium product & will abate with continued use. Mo’ Maggie can be rinsed off after 20-30 minutes of mineral absorption or left on the skin for extra moisturizing benefits!

Overall Product Rankings

1. Puracy Organic Hand & Body Lotion, Unscented
Overall Score: 9.6
Expert Reviews: 14
2. Avalon Organics Aloe Hand & Body Lotion, Unscented
Overall Score: 9.5
Expert Reviews: 0
3. MaryRuth Organics Hand Cream and Body Lotion, Unscented
Overall Score: 9.2
Expert Reviews: 0
4. Awake Human Intensive Hand Cream and Body Lotion
Overall Score: 9.1
Expert Reviews: 0
6. Mo’ Natural Organic Magnesium Lotion
Overall Score: 8.9
Expert Reviews: 2
7. Yes To Natural Hand & Cuticle Cream, Coconut
Overall Score: 8.9
Expert Reviews: 11
8. J.R. Watkins Natural Hand Cream, Lemon
Overall Score: 8.9
Expert Reviews: 2
9. Adamia Organic Lotion, Macadamia Nut Oil
Overall Score: 8.9
Expert Reviews: 6
10. Tree to Tub Organic Body Lotion, Lavender
Overall Score: 8.9
Expert Reviews: 2
11. Avalon Organics Hand & Body Lotion, Lavender
Overall Score: 8.8
Expert Reviews: 1
12. Everyone Organic Lotion, Lavender and Aloe
Overall Score: 8.8
Expert Reviews: 0
14. Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day Hand Lotion, Lavender
Overall Score: 8.2
Expert Reviews: 0

An Overview On Organic Hand Lotions

Your hands are in constant use throughout the day, so you want to take good care of them. Adding an organic hand lotion to your skincare routine is important. As you browse the available options, you’ll want to thoroughly examine each products’ ingredients.

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Start off making sure that the ingredients in the organic hand soap you’re looking into aren’t made up of any harsh chemicals, parabens or GMOs. You also don’t want a lotion that uses fragrances, dyes or artificial fillers, as they are often irritants for people with sensitive skin.

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Check the product label to ensure it meets your religious, moral or ethical convictions. For example, there are kosher organic hand lotions, cruelty-free lotions and lotions made in the U.S.

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Look for natural ingredients that are known to hydrate and soothe dry skin. Some formulas use aloe, while others use coconut oil or shea butter. There are organic hand lotions that have also been infused with vitamins, like vitamin B5.

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Consider any added ingredients that make the organic hand lotion unique. For example, you may wish to go with a particular company because they add green tea to their lotion for energy, or perhaps a company that uses essential and botanical oils to create a pleasant scent is more up your alley.

DWYM Fun Fact

While applying an organic hand lotion regularly is a great way to rehydrate dry hands, it’s a good idea to determine what is causing your hands to become dry in the first place. Here are a few reasons you may be suffering from dry skin:

  • The weather: Colder temperatures during the winter months and low humidity levels are often the culprits behind dry skin. On top of that, the artificial heat you use to keep your home warm is dry and can contribute to the problem.
  • Harsh soaps: Soaps that contain harsh chemicals can wash away the oils on your skin and leave your hands feeling dry and undernourished. Using hot water and washing her hands too frequently can also further dry out your skin.
  • Skin disorders: There are a few skin disorders that are known for causing dry skin. These include eczema, psoriasis, allergies and hypothyroidism.

The Organic Hand Lotion Buying Guide

  • Before you use an organic hand lotion for the first time, test it on a small area of your skin. Even though the ingredients are plant-based and chemical-free, that doesn’t mean you can’t be allergic to one of them.
  • It’s good practice to apply a small amount of lotion to your hands every time you wash them.
  • Look for a satisfaction guarantee, so you have recourse if the organic hand lotion doesn’t live up to your expectations.
  • To determine which organic hand lotion is the best buy, you must first figure out the price per ounce, as the bottles may vary in how many ounces they contain. To do this, simply divide the total price by the total number of ounces. You’ll find the Puracy Organic Hand & Body Lotion, Unscented and the Avalon Organics Aloe Hand & Body Lotion, Unscented are some of the most affordable organic hand lotions on the market, while the MaryRuth Organics Hand Cream and Body Lotion, Unscented and the Awake Human Intensive Hand Cream and Body Lotion fall on the higher end of the price scale.