Bergamot Essential Oil Organic FCF free - 10 ml
Bergamot FCF (Citrus bergamia) essential oil, 100% pure and extracted through cold pressing, has been cherished for its versatile properties and applications in aromatherapy, natural cosmetics, and perfumery.
The oil is characterized by its distinctive citrusy, floral scent with a hint of spice, making it a popular choice in perfumes and colognes.
Bergamot FCF essential oil is known for its uplifting and soothing effects, making it a valuable addition in aromatherapy.
In natural cosmetics, the oil is often utilized for its skin-balancing properties, as it helps to regulate sebum production and promote a healthy complexion.
Historically, Bergamot has been employed in traditional Italian folk medicine for its calming and restorative properties.
INCI name Citrus Aurantium Bergamia (Bergamot) Fruit Oil
CAS Numbers 8007-75-8
SKU code EO-BER-0010
EXTRACTION METHOD Cold Pressed and Vacuum Distilled Essential Oil
PARTS USED Peels
COMMON NAMES Bergamot Orange
APPEARANCE : Colourless to pale yellow clear, mobile liquid
ODOUR NOTE : Very fresh citrus, sweet, green-floral aroma
Active ingredients: Limonene, linalyl acetate, linalool
STORAGE CONDITION ; Store in a cool dark place
Massages, Body care & Beauty
- +++ Massage use 6 to 15 drops essential oil into 10 ml carrier oil, butter (2 to 5 % concentration)
- ++ Body care use 2 to 6 drops essential oil for 10 ml carrier, butter, cream or base (1 to 2 % concentration)
- ++ Hair care (oily hair uses 2 to 6 drops essential oil for 10 ml carrier, butter, or base (1 to 2 % concentration)
- +++ Bath First mix 10 to 15 drops of essential oil with 20 ml vegetable glycerine or 1 cup of Epsom salts
- +++ Diffusers for air purification, use 10 drops for 100 ml, 20 mn, 3 times a day.
- +++ Spray Add 5 drops of essential oil for 10 ml of vegetable glycerine and add 30 ml water or hydrosol.
- ++ Cooking Add 1 to 2 drops to flavour your preparation or into your tisane or tea.
- ++ Homecare See our recipes (laundry, wardrobe, closet and pest control)
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In aromatherapy and perfumery, Bergamot essential oil (Citrus bergamia) is cherished for its delightful citrusy aroma and versatile therapeutic properties. Here are some common uses of Bergamot essential oil in aromatherapy and perfumery:
Stress relief and relaxation: Bergamot's uplifting and calming scent can help reduce stress, anxiety, and promote relaxation. Use it in a diffuser or add a few drops to a warm bath for a soothing experience.
Mood enhancer: The pleasant fragrance of Bergamot can help uplift your mood, alleviate depression, and promote emotional well-being. Diffuse it in your living space or apply a diluted blend to your wrists and temples.
Sleep support: Bergamot has natural sedative properties that can help improve sleep quality. Diffuse it before bedtime or create a pillow spray to promote restful sleep.
Skin health: Bergamot oil has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties that can benefit various skin issues such as acne, eczema, or minor wounds. Dilute it with a carrier oil and apply it topically to affected areas.
Pain relief: The analgesic properties of Bergamot can help alleviate muscle and joint pain. Mix it with a carrier oil and massage it into the affected areas for relief.
Digestive support: Bergamot oil can help soothe digestive discomfort and stimulate the digestive system. Dilute it with a carrier oil and massage it onto the abdomen to ease discomfort.
Top note: Bergamot's bright and citrusy aroma makes it a popular top note in many perfumes and colognes. It adds freshness and energy to a fragrance blend.
Blending: Bergamot oil is a versatile blending ingredient that complements various other essential oils, such as lavender, rosemary, jasmine, and ylang-ylang. Its harmonizing properties make it a favorite in creating balanced and captivating scents.
Remember to always dilute Bergamot essential oil with a carrier oil or use it in a diffuser, as applying undiluted essential oils to the skin may cause irritation. Additionally, Bergamot is phototoxic, so avoid sun exposure after applying it to your skin. Choose Bergapten-free Bergamot oil (BF or FCF) if you plan to use it topically.
Do not use during the first 3 months of pregnancy / breastfeeding
Keep out of reach of children and pets.
As a general rule, always perform a skin patch test before using your essential oils for the first time.
DO NOT USE UNDILUTED and seek medical and specialist advise when in doubt
WARNING: These properties, indications and methods of use are taken from reference works or websites in aromatherapy, hydrolatherapy and phytotherapy. They are found there regularly and for many confirmed by observations in scientific circles. However, this information is given for informational purposes, it cannot in any case constitute medical information, nor engage our responsibility. For any use for therapeutic purposes, consult a doctor.