Why Choose Bergamot Essential Oil?
Bergamot Essential Oil (citrus bergamia) is an excellent oil for diffusers that has traditionally been used as a soothing agent. When diffused, it has an almost immediate calming effect on the nervous system, reducing stress and tension.
In addition to its anxiety-relieving properties, Bergamot Essential Oil has skin purifying benefits and can be used to treat oily, scarred, and blemished skin. To take advantage of these benefits simultaneously, apply oil to the skin while showering. Breathe deeply as the oil is diffused to enjoy its calming effects and let it absorb into your skin to enjoy its skin purifying properties.
Bergamot Essential Oil is commonly used in perfumes, as it has a pleasing aroma and mixes well with other scents. It is also what gives Earl Grey Tea its distinctive flavour, transforming it from a simple black tea to a delightfully fragrant brew.
- Traditional Use: For treatment of oily and blemished skin, soothing agent, antiseptic and as a perfume.
- Skin Type: Oily and Blemished.
- Blending Oils: Geranium, Lavender, Lemon, Neroli, Ylang Ylang
- Bergamot: citrus bergamia
- Plant source: Fruit Peel, Italy.
- Extraction Method: Expression.
- Aromatherapy Class: Soothing, Calming.
- Aroma type: Citrus.
An excellent diffuser oil that has an almost immediate calming effect on your nerves and body.
A very popular perfume oil that is used in many french perfumes as well as in Earl Grey Tea (which gives it its distinctive flavour).
Bergamot Essential Oil is safe when used as a perfume or in a diffuser.
Avoid exposure to direct sunlight if covering large areas with Bergamot Essential Oil, as it may cause photo-toxicity.
The information contained herein is not meant to be a substitute for medical treatment.
If you have any medical condition(s) or concerns please contact your family doctor.