Ingredients: 100% pure bergamot essential oil.
INCI name: citrus bergamot oil.
Aroma: warm, fruity, fresh and floral.
Precautions events: Bergamot oil can cause burns when applied to sensitive skin that is then exposed to sunlight, as the high bergapten content can cause phototoxicity. If this oil is used on the skin, protection from the sun is recommended.
This fresh-smelling essential oil is popular in aromatherapy and is great for creating a more relaxed and happy feeling, relieving urinary tract infections, improving liver, spleen and stomach function while fighting oily skin, acne, psoriasis, eczema and colds.
The oil is one of the most widely used in the perfume and toiletries industry.
It is used to flavor Earl Gray tea. The name comes from the city of Bergamo in Lombardy, Italy, where the oil was first sold. Bergamot oil can be used to treat depression, stress, tension, fear, hysteria, infections (of all kinds, including the skin), anorexia, psoriasis, eczema and general recovery.
✓ for whole body skin care - mix 1-2 drops of essential oil with 10-15 g of base oil (for example, base oil - almond, jojoba, etc.) ✓ for hair care - add 2-3
drops of bergamot essential oil to 0,5 liters of room temperature water, shake and rinse the selected hair as best as possible. Avoid contact with eyes.
✓ baths – mix 3-4 drops of essential oil with 1 tablespoon of milk, honey, sea or table salt, add water to a full bath. The duration of the procedure is 10-15 minutes.
✓ essential oils can be evaporated in a vaporizer or aromatic lamps.
Contraindications: do not use in case of individual intolerance and for skin care of children under 3 years of age. Do not use pure oil for skin care, do not apply to the skin before going out in the sun. Before using essential oils, it is necessary to check whether the inhaled or applied oil will not cause an individual allergic reaction!
Conventional extraction method: the essential oil is extracted by the cold pressing method from the fresh peel of the bergamot fruit Citrus bergamia.