An awakening Pure Essential Oil with a cool minty aroma.
Bergamot Pure Essential Oil 9mL
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Where does Bergamot come from and what is the method of extraction?
Bergamot, Citrus bergamia, is grown in the rocky outcrops of Southern Italy. The essential oil is cold pressed from the rind of the unripened fruit to emit a sweet, floral aroma.
Is Bergamot safe to use for infants?
Yes, 1 drop of Begamot may be vaporised well away from the cot after 3 months
Is Bergamot safe to use during pregnancy?
Yes, 3 drops of Begamot may be vaporised after the first trimester
Is Bergamot safe to use on my skin?
Yes, Bergamot may be massaged onto the skin once diluted in carrier oil. To create a massage blend, add 6 drops of Bergamot into 12ml of massage base oil.
Balancing bergamotAs with all essential oils, the scent of bergamot varies depending on where it is sourced. When I sniffed my bottle of In Essence bergamot oil, it reminded me of grapefruit oil. When I vaporised In Essence bergamot oil, it had a soft and mellow scent that was pleasant, but it was not as vibrant as some other bergamot oils that I’ve used. The scent throw of In Essence bergamot was much softer than In Essence grapefruit when I vaporised it. When the vaporiser had almost finishing vaporising the bergamot oil, the scent became stronger and it developed some depth.|
Pure essential oils fanatic!Anything citrusy and refreshing ...yes please!
This oil as other in this range come in dark glass dropper bottle (to prevent from UV light damage, as it is photosensitive).
This oil can be used as a part of homemade mix for hair, skin and aromatherapy care. It inhibits the growth of germs, virus and fungi, so it even serves as a 'preservative' from nature.
I use it as a part of a mix for scalp massage oil (with In Essence Basil and rosemary, at times tea tree...), to keep scalp clean, circulation improved for better hair growth, hair rinse (with distilled water and ACV with mother) for shine and fragrance etc.
Because of antifungal, antibacterial properties, I also add a few drops in my homemade deodorant. Works like a charm!
It is great in combination with frankincense, clary sage, rosemary, basil...and other citrus oils if wanted.
Bergamot pure oil must be protected from sunlight, because it is very photosensitive. It should always be stored in dark bottles and dark places. Exposure to sun should be avoided after it is applied or rubbed onto the skin, at least until it absorbs into your skin.|