Bergamot Citrus Bergamia
This tree’s fruit is a cross between the lemon and the orange, giving the small, round fruit a slight pear-shaped, and a yellow colouring. Some think the fruit appears to look like a mini orange. Bergamot is a popular scent in the perfumery industry, and its powerful fragrance makes it an important constituent in many perfumes in which it acts as the top note.
– Calming and soothing aroma
– Provides skin purifying benefits
– Frequently used in massage therapy for its calming benefits
Aromatherapy applications (Diffuse / Inhale)
– Create relaxing atmosphere
– Deodorizes unpleasant scents
– Uplifting negative moods to prevent depression
– Relieving lethargy, nervousness
– Insomnia, reduce anxiety and stress & alleviate symptoms of depression,
Topical Application / Massage (With regular diluted use)
– Disinfect the skin by preventing the growth of harmful bacteria
– Enhance hair’s sheen and prevent hair loss
– Stimulating hormones
– Natural deodorant
– Fighting infections
– Relieves muscle aches
– Glowing and evenly toned skin,
– Diffuse Bergamot oil in the classroom, at work, or at home when stress levels or tension is high.
– Apply to the skin while showering and inhale deeply to experience its calming aroma while enjoying its purifying skin benefits.
– Dilute with base oil & apply to the feet before bedtime
– Add one to two drops to your DIY skin care cleanser.
Direction for Use
Diffusion : use three to four drops in the diffuser of choice.
Topical use : dilute 3 drops in 10ml base oil and apply to desired area. Always dilute with base oil / carrier oil to minimize any skin sensitivity.
Possible skin sensitivity. Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, nursing, or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas. Avoid sunlight and UV rays for at least 12 hours after applying product.
Citrus, spice, with light floral note
Bergamot rind (Peel)