Bizarre bath oil formula claims to work by trapping the water’s CO2 in the oil
A bizarre bath oil made by the company Lucas Oil has been spotted on the shelves of US stores.
The product, which is only available in the US, claims to “transform” the water into a mineral that is “a true, natural mineral bath oil.”
“In the bath, the water is completely transformed to a mineral,” the product’s description reads.
“The oil’s action stimulates the hair’s growth.
The result is a hair-softening and softening treatment that leaves hair feeling hydrated and nourished.”
The product is sold by the cosmetics company Luca Oil.
It is reportedly available in a range of products ranging from body lotion to bath and body wash, as well as other essential oils.
The company did not immediately respond to Business Insider’s request for comment.
A Luca oil spokesman told The Guardian the company is “aware of this product and has launched an investigation.”
“It is not a Luca product, nor is it part of our product range,” the spokesman added.
“The company is working to resolve the issue with the retailer and we’ll share the details in due course.”
Lucas Oil is one of a handful of companies in the world that have developed their own mineral oil products.
The other two are Natural Hair, a company based in Australia, and the popular mineral oil company Luxury Organics.
Both are now owned by Chinese companies.