Everyone's Raving Over This £10 Cream That Helps You Sleep
If you've ever suffered with insomnia, you'll know how frustrating it can be. But the internet is currently raving over a £9.95 lotion, which holds an 'expertly blended' formula to send you off to the land of nod.
BetterYou Magnesium Sleep Mineral Lotion - which you can pick up from Amazon - contains magnesium chloride to help relax tired muscles, as well as soothing lavender and chamomile, which are both well-known for their calming properties.
The latter two ingredients will also slow sensory activity and quieten the mind to help you get a good night's kip, according to the product.
And the cream's formula is said to rapidly absorb into the skin, helping the 'prepare the body for sleep'.
"An essential part of any bedtime routine, Magnesium sleep lotion is Clinically proven to improve sleep quality, enabling you to wake more refreshed," reads the product description.
Amazon also has deals if you bulk buy, with a pack of two costing £15.99 saving you just under £4 compared to when you purchase separately. Three bottles will cost £25.67 and a pack of four £32.58, meaning you'll save more money the more you buy in one go.
The sleep lotion has scores of rave reviews on Amazon, all vouching for its effectiveness.
Leaving a five star review, one person wrote: "I have had problems falling asleep on & off for years. Tried quite a few remedies, essential oils, having a bath before bed, not drinking caffeine/alcohol in the evening - nothing worked long term. I had heard about magnesium being good to help with sleep problems but I didn't want to take it in tablet form.
"I saw this product & am so glad I gave it a go. It worked the first night I used it and every night since for almost a month. Within 30 minutes of applying it to my shoulders & neck I can feel myself dropping off & I sleep really well now."
"Never slept so well, wouldn't be without it now," echoed another.
Somebody rating it four out of five stars added: "Have had problems sleeping for many years. Read about this product and thought 'may as well try it' so far....have slept well after using it!! Hope it continues."
Obviously, what works for one person's insomnia might not for another, but at £9.95 a pop it's definitely worth a shot.
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