Elektra Magnesium Lotion
Elektra Magnesium Lotion delivers more magnesium but has less fats compared to Magnesium Cream. It is ideally suited for active people such as athletes, teenagers and people that do heavy physical work. They will appreciate the fast action of a muscle massage with Elektra Magnesium Lotion to relieve muscle tightness, speed up recovery and improve performance.
Texture is silky smooth, light and moisture-attractive thanks to the hyaluronic acid. It is absorbed and incorporated beautifully into the epidermis, plumping it up with hydration and leaving no sticky residue. Powerful antioxidant Australian botanical extracts of Kakadu Plum, Davidson Plum and Quandong add high vitamin C for extra cleansing and collagen support.
Lemon-scented tea tree gives the lotion a fresh aroma of tangy lemon sorbet whilst adding anti-microbial benefits. Note: If using on face, those with sensitive skin may find it tingles temporarily before full absorption. If you have shaved prior to application then it can even feel tingly due to broken skin. Best to work it in around any damaged skin areas until healed.
Use of Magnesium Lotion
Use Elektra Magnesium Lotion in a relaxing massage to relieve tight or sore muscles and joints, relax the nervous system, promote better sleep and recover from stress. It has a luxurious silky finish and offers detoxifying and regenerative effects.
One teaspoon delivers approx 300mg elemental magnesium!
Contains food grade magnesium chloride hexahydrate @ 30% concentration.
Use as all-in-one moisturizer
Many Researchers Call Magnesium ‘The Anti-Aging Mineral’
The body uses magnesium to rest, recover from stress, re-hydrate cells, restore energy levels and strengthen bones. Magnesium and moisture provide more shock absorbing capacity for bones because magnesium has a strong affinity with water. Cells need it to be present in water in order to hydrate better. Magnesium is arguably the most important mineral electrolyte in the body for that reason. If magnesium levels drop too low bones cells start to leak out their calcium stores and this is the beginning of osteoporosis.
Magnesium helps electrical and nervous system conductance in the body, as well as keeping the fluidity of our blood circulation and lymph system normal. In a sense, magnesium and water help to keep us younger and ‘juicier’!
In order to maintain our electrolyte fluids we also need the good oils (cholesterol fats) which stop our water from evaporating into the atmosphere. The cell membrane is made up of a lipid bi-layer, which has channels that open and close, letting wastes out and allowing nutrients in. The good fats help us to stay well lubricated, keeping the moisture where it is supposed to be. The skin barrier is a similar version of protective membrane.
As 99% of magnesium in the body is stored in muscle and bone, blood levels are not accurate indicators of total body magnesium levels. Muscle and bone cells can sacrifice their stored magnesium in order to keep blood levels normal. By the time we show up with low magnesium levels in blood, it indicates much more severe magnesium depletion in the rest of the body. As we age, magnesium levels drop lower and lower and it becomes very difficult to get enough magnesium via digestion alone. However, magnesium via skin can bypass the digestive system and allow the body to drink up what it needs for replenishment.