I have reviewed a few of IonLoop’s bracelets in the past (previous reviews: IonLoop bracelet and Ionloop Dual Cord bracelet). There are tons of companies out there that offer wrist bands with holograms, negative ion technology, and magnet technology. Some people don’t believe in these technologies. It is up to each individual to decide if this product would work, but I feel that there is a difference. My past reviews, I discussed the benefits of these technologies but if you missed it, here it is again.
The world is filled with atoms. They can be either positively or negatively charged. Positive ions come from places like computers, other electric devices, and the sun. Our bodies absorb these positive ions, which can zap our energy.
What are negative ions? Negative ions tend to have a positive effect on our thinking and sense of well-being. Negative ions are found in places like rain, trees, grasses, and minerals. Negative ions are thought to balance out the positive ions that zap your energy. Ion Loop gets their negative ions from a natural occurring mineral called tourmaline.
As runners we tend to build up lactic acid in our muscles. It is thought that the introduction of negative ions can reduce the recovery time for lactic acid buildup. There are also reports that people that wear negative ion bracelets tend to have more focus and higher levels of performance when playing sports.
Everyone knows what a magnet is. The cells in your body create electrical charges and magnetic forces.
The human body requires magnetic fields to remain healthy. Studies have shown that magnets may increase activity in blood flow, which may also help oxygen and other nutrients more effectively flow throughout your body. Magnet therapy has been linked to helping facilitate the healing process.
With that being said, I wanted to test out this technology with an open mind. I don’t know if negative ion or magnet technologies are actually beneficial. On the other hand, I feel that if you are not open to the possibility for these things to work, then you will not see the results even if they are present.
I have tried PowerBalance bands (remember those) as well as some other company’s bands. I bought some on Amazon and they turned out to be fakes. I have been extremely pleased with the products from IonLoop in the past.
I finally wore my original IonLoop after 2 years (it actually still is in good shape, but I needed a change). I decided to test out the Mag360 Necklace. It is made up of a 19” cord of a continuous flexible magnetic material that will remain effective for years. There is a clasp on the back that clicks into place easily and will not open by accident.
The 360-degree loop is waterproof and has been designed to emit the maximal amount of magnetic power possible. It comes with little rubber wheels that you can choose to put on the necklace if you want. You can get different colored wheels to customize your necklace.
I really like the Mag360 Necklace and it is extremely comfortable. I feel the effects just like I did with their bracelets. It is really up to each individual, but I feel like it works for me. My one minor issue with this necklace is that the colored wheels tend to move around so I had to readjust them a few times per day. Not a big deal though. You can get the MG for $42 on the IonLoop website.
Each necklace comes with a 1-year guarantee to be free of manufacturing defects. If you have an issue, they will offer a replacement at no cost (no questions asked).
Magnet and negative ion technology may have health benefits
Decent price ($42)
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I really like my IonLoop bracelets and necklace. The Mag360 Necklace is no different. They have many different bracelets with several colors options, a braided bracelet, watches and more. You can go to www.ionloop.com to check out their extensive selection. Give it a try and let me know what you think.
* Ion Loop makes no medical claims in regards to the technologies in their products. They just relay the experiences of their customers.
Note: I received this product in exchange for a review. The review is my personal opinion of the product and I was not required to give a particular opinion of it. I am not a doctor, so please use all of the products that I review at your own risk.