Hmm after a few decades of life I can think of a few instances where that statement holds true. But we are going to focus on oil...something I know a little about.
Ever put oil in a container where water is present? Notice how the oil segregates itself in individual little balls? Shaking the liquids violently fuses them or makes the separation appear gone but they never really mix totally.
I bet you are asking, "how does using essential oils in bathing work?" I am glad you asked. Taking only a few drops of oil mixed with a dispersing agent, like milk, Epsom salt, and a fine grain salt called dendritic as a few examples allows you to reap the benefits of essential oil fragrance baths.
These agents distribute the oil over wider area and help minimize the chances of stinging sensitive areas. The agents absorb the oils and based on particle size dissolve in the water releasing the fragrance and healing property of the oils one molecule at a time!
There are other agents like baking soda, dead sea salts can also be customized with oils.
Now that you know how it works visit our online store, we have bath crystals both coarse and fine, dead sea mixtures, body scrubs with rose oil, lavender oil,and of course essential and fragrance designer oils over 400 different varieties, see you soon!