Krissy Ballinger

author and passionate advocate for natural living and wellness

Krissy Ballinger is an accomplished author and passionate advocate for natural living and wellness. Her mission is to gently guide individuals towards holistic wellbeing by providing a wealth of resources and services, ranging from natural living guidance and DIY recipes, to healing therapies that nurture the mind, body, spirit and space. She envisions a world where conscious choices are made that honour the self, humanity and the environment.

With her roots in education and health promotion, Krissy continually expands her expertise. Recently, she obtained certifications in Zone Healing Technique and NeurOptimal Neurofeedback (brain training), qualified as a Reiki Healer, and completed an Undergraduate Certificate in Lifestyle Coaching from Endeavour College of Natural Health.

Krissy dedicates her time to managing her wellness room, offering services in Zone and Reiki Healing, Neurofeedback brain training, and Chemical Awareness Consulting. Additionally, she educates individuals about common and avoidable toxins through her various social platforms. Krissy’s books have collectively sold over 100,000 copies, including the award-winning Naturally Inspired – Simple DIY Recipes for Body Care and Cleaning, as well as Make & Play – Natural DIY Recipes for Kids, and The Lifestyle Edit.


  1. This is a beautiful recipe. I’ve ever used a magnesium oil before but I have noticed significant improvement with muscle fatigue and pain. I do find that it makes me itch (like Krissy says in the recipe) however it does pass!

  2. I love this magnesium spray, it’s helped me so much on my tired aching restless legs, especially at night time before bed, it certainly makes a difference for a good nights sleep, I’ve also gained more energy when I use this spray regularly

  3. This will be so much cheaper than what I am presently paying for magnesium oil. Will be doing this recipe for sure!

  4. Hi Krissy, thank you very much for the recipe ! Am curious to know the benefits of rubbing the oil onto the abdomen regardless of (& as well as) the location of the specific area of pain

  5. Hi there,
    I was wondering if it’s an option to use magnesium sulfate instead of the magnesium chloride in this recipe? I think I accidentally ordered the sulfate instead of the chloride!
    Thank you, love your site and ideas, Melissa

    • It is my understanding that magnesium oil is suitable for all ages, in fact, it’s essential that everyone has optimum levels. It can sting/tingle a little so maybe spray a little on his/her feet and see how that goes. Magnesium in a bath is also another option for the littlies 🙂

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