Carefully Sourced Ingredients

Magnesium Chloride

Amazing for your skin and just general feeling of wellness!!! Magnesium is required on over 300 enzymatic reactions. The skin is our largest organ in the body that absorbs. Put the 2 together and wham bam thank-you m'am, we have a cocktail of magnesium infusion for the body!

Dead Sea Salts

Rich in minerals like magnesium and calcium, these offer numerous benefits for skin and well-being. They gently exfoliate, revealing smoother skin, while hydrating and nourishing to combat dryness. Their anti-inflammatory properties soothe conditions like eczema, and they detoxify by drawing out impurities. 

Himalayan Sea Salt

Prized for its purity and rich mineral content, offers a multitude of benefits for skin health. They gently exfoliate the skin, removing dead cells and promoting a smoother, brighter complexion. Its high mineral content, including magnesium, potassium, and calcium, helps to nourish and hydrate the skin, promoting moisture retention and combating dryness. 

Bentonite Clay

Featuring a high colloidal value, it's excellent at absorbing toxins from anything it touches. That is why it makes an excellent addition to our magnesium products. It is really well suited to oily skin types and for those wanting to reduce the effects of excess sebum. 

Blue French Clay

This one is known for tightening and purifying pores, cleansing the skin, brightening the complexion, and removing dead skin-cells and impurities... all while stimulating blood flow to create healthy and glowing skin. What more can you ask for!!!!

Natural Beeswax

Beeswax benefits your skin with it natural humectant properties filled with protective wax esters that draw moisture into your skin — and keep it there. It also provides gentle exfoliation to keep you soft and smooth while exhibiting its potent antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.

Macadamia Seed Oil

A fantastic regeneranative oil that is high in mono-unsaturated fatty acids. It contains Palmitoleic acid (promotes young soft skin), as well as omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids making it one of the best types of oils to pair with our magnesium.  

Soya Bean Oil

Soya Bean Oil has strong anti-oxidant properties that are great for improving skin health. These anti-oxidant properties help to protect skin cells from free radical damage and keep the skin healthy and young.

Citrus Bergamia

(Bergamot) Oil

Bergamot can be useful in preparing your body for sleep, as it slows the heart rate and lowers blood pressure. Unlike many other citrus oils that are said to be energizing, bergamot is calming, can reduce stress and anxiety, and possesses sedative qualities

Cedrus Atlantica 

Cedarwood Oil

Cedarwood Oil has an invigorating quality which may improve cerebral activity, while its calming property is known to relax the body. The combination of these properties helps to enhance concentration while decreasing hyperactivity.

Pelargonium Graveolens 

Rose Geranium Oil

Apart from its pleasant aroma, geranium essential oil has anti-inflammatory, antidepressant, sedative, anxiety-reducing, and muscle-relaxing properties. It also facilitates blood circulation and eases breathing.

Santalum Spicatum

Sandalwood Oil

As an essential oil, sandalwood is ideal for relaxing the body, centring the mind as well as reducing anxiety. It also acts to regulate or stabilise your circadian rhythm to promote sleep

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