Elektra Magnesium Cream

Ok, so I’ve talked about magnesium and what an important role it plays in our bodies before (if you missed it, click here) What you may not have known is, that magnesium flakes are not the only way to get high quality magnesium in through your skin. If you don’t like taking baths, there is another way – Elektra Magnesium Cream.

Elektra Magnesium Cream is a mild yet very potent formula. It can be used for all age groups including infants. I like to use the creams on my kids, especially when they have growing pains, or have trouble sleeping. Immediately after applying they are calmer and go into a restful sleep. Rich in sea trace minerals, their Magnesium Cream have oil blends to suit different skin types and comes in 4 beautiful natural fragrances!

These Magnesium creams can be beneficial for the skin due to the ionised Magnesium Chloride, combined with butters and oils. This formula is more ‘diluted’ than straight Magnesium oil, and therefore more tolerable on skin. One full body application of this cream delivers up to 300mg elemental Magnesium ions, which are absorbed over a number of hours after application and superior to tablets and powders. This is a wonderful way to deliver daily top-ups of magnesium to the body.* These creams can also be used as a face cream or as an underarm deodorant.


Elektra ‘Herbal’ Magnesium Cream

‘Herbal’  has soft herby-minty aromas and a richer buttery finish designed for those with extra dry, thin or sensitive skin. It offers a comforting creamy texture for extra skin barrier protection, as well as a healing blend of anti-microbial herbal extracts.  It’s earthiness is tempered by a delicate overlay of essential oils of ylang ylang, patchouli and rose geranium. It can be used as an all-over anti-aging moisturizer, face cream, underarm deodorant, anti-itch cream, after-sun recovery cream and massage cream. For extra dry or sensitive skin.


Elektra ‘Sensory Gold’ Magnesium Cream

‘Sensory GOLD’ has a light blend of exotic Asian favourite essential oils of Michelia Champaka flower, Sandalwood, Elemi and Petitgrain, reminiscent of a delicate incense that lifts the spirit and calms the soul.  It is designed for those with medium to dry skin type and offers a luxurious creamy texture for skin barrier protection and hydration.


Elektra ‘Zest-Citrus’ Magnesium Cream

‘Zest-Citrus’ has a refreshing stimulating soft citrus fragrance with pure essential oils of lemongrass, bergamot and vanilla. For medium skin types, this magnesium cream is light and summery, yet with a luxurious and buttery skin barrier protection and hydration. It is particularly good as an insect repellent because of the citrus oils. It can be used as an all-over anti-aging moisturizer, face cream, underarm deodorant, anti-itch cream, after-sun recovery cream and massage cream. If you have medium to oily or Mediterranean type skin this one could be ideal for you.


Elektra ‘Island Spice’ Magnesium Cream

‘Island Spice’ is the lightest in the Elektra Magnesium Cream range – light in texture and scent. Float away with a delicate floral overtone of essential oils of geranium egypt, magnolia (michelia alba) and ravensara aromatica, which are tempered with fermented natural papaya juice providing rich enzyme support for skin cell renewal, hydration and protection. The texture of the cream is light and summery, offering easy absorption. Ideal for any skin type, it leaves skin smooth and silky.


All creams are available to purchase in the clinic now for only $26.40.

All Elektra Magnesium Creams are made in Australia, No animal products, Fair traded Shea Butter, Non GMO. Recycled packaging. Not tested on animals.

*The claims used in this product description are published claims from Elektra Magnesium’s product packaging or official website. If you are concerned about your Magnesium levels, please consult your medical professional. Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist see your health care practitioner.

This brand only source suppliers who procure palm oil from outside Borneo or Sumatra using well-established plantations, many of which would have been converted from existing rubber plantations over two decades ago. As such, there are no implications of present or planned rainforest destruction in these areas.