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Bergamot essential oil’s effervescent citrus aroma makes it a great addition to your morning routine and to liven up your household chores. The yellow-green peel of this orange-shaped fruit is cold pressed to produce pure essential oil. While Bergamot has a primarily tart and uplifting aroma, there are also sweet and relaxing elements, making it a popular addition to perfumes. Bergamot has attracted attention for its skin-cleansing properties, and its elegant scent makes it a popular addition to luxury shampoos, soaps, and cleansers. Bergamot can cause photosensitivity, so avoid applying it before spending time in the sun.
- Bergamot Essential Oil carries a fresh, sweet and citrus scene that can be both uplifting and relaxing. The fruity and sweet flora scent is also perfect for perfume.
- Bergamot (Citrus aurantium bergamia / Citrus bergamia) Essential Oil is original from Italy, Morocco.
- The extraction method of Bergamot Essential Oil is cold pressed from the rind, also can be produced by vacuum distillation.
- It was believed that Christopher Columbus brought bergamot to Bergamo in Northern Italy from the Canary Islands which was used in traditional Italian.
- Bergamot has been used in the Middle East for hundreds of years for skin conditions associated with an oily complexion.
- Bergamot has a distinctive flavour of the renowned Earl Grey Tea.
- This oil can relieve anxiety and depression.
Bergamot has a unique citrus aroma with a distinctively spicy floral hint and a woodsy backdrop. The sweet-smelling top note can be worked into your favorite relaxation rituals to help relieve tension during times of occasional stress.
[ Tips from Skin18 ]
- Skincare: Add drops to facial cream or lotion to bring radiance and vitality to the skin.
- Night time skincare: Create a smoother-looking appearance of skin by adding this oil to your night time skincare routine. Be aware that the Bergamot can cause photosensitivity and it is strongly suggest to avoid sun exposure after application.
- Healthcare: Drop Bergamot in the palms of the hands and inhale for a calming aroma during some unsettling or confusing time.
- Household: Combine a few drops to homemade cleanser to some additional uplifting aroma.
- Diffuse: insert 3-6 drops of Bergamot oil with distilled water in a diffuser to create an uplifting and positive environment for working environment or in the classroom, Diffuse up to 1 hour, 3 times a day
[ How to use ]
- May help calm everyday skin irritations
- May reduce the appearance of blemishes
- Has skin-cleansing properties
- Upgrade your skin care routine by adding a drop of Bergamot to your favorite shampoos, soaps, serums, and cleansers.
- Add it to your favorite nighttime moisturizer for an uplifting scent and to reduce the appearance of blemishes.
- Create a signature perfume by mixing Bergamot with a floral middle note, like Jasmine or Geranium, and a musky base note, like Cedarwood, Patchouli, or Frankincense.
- May help relieve tension during times of occasional stress
- Has a citrus aroma with a floral hint
- Diffuse Bergamot at home, in the classroom, or while working to create an uplifting, positive environment.
Aromatic: Diffuse 1-3 times daily.
Storage: Keep in a cool, dark place.
[ Size ] 15 ml (0.5 oz) ~ 300 drops of essential oil
[ Ingredients ]
- Citrus aurantium bergamia† (Bergamot) peel oil
- †100% pure, therapeutic-grade essential oil
- Limonene (30-45%)
- Linalyl Acetate (22-36%)
- Linalol (3-15%)
- Gamma-Terpinene (6-10%)
- Beta-Pinene (5.5-9.5%)
A little story about this oil:
- SCIENTIFIC NAME: Citrus aurantium bergamia
- BOTANICAL FAMILY: Rutaceae
- REGIONS FOUND: Italy and Morocco
- PLANT PART USED: Rind
- EXTRACTION METHOD: Cold pressed or vacuum distilled
- YL REGION: Most Young Living Bergamot essential oil comes from Italy.
- Bergamot essential oil joined the Young Living family in 1994.