|Botanical:||Citrus Bergamia Peel oil|
|Scent:||Fresh, soft, vibrant, sweet citrus scent|
Bergamot oil has a fresh, soft, vibrant, sweet citrus scent.
Bergamot oil is a citrus oil that clearly distinguishes itself from other citrus scents.
This is the only citrus essential oil that does not have Limonene as its main ingredient.
The main components in Bergamot are Linalool and Linalyl Acetate.
These are also the main compounds of real Lavender oil.
Therefore, these essential oils can be combined well with each other.
Bergamot is a classic in aromatherapy.
This essential oil gives energy and has a relaxing effect.
Especially good to use with winter depression or if you just want to feel a bit better.
Essential Bergamot oil can be used well with a face mask with Ghassoul and Argan oil.
Bergamot oil gives the mask a wonderful citrus scent and this scent has a relaxing effect.
The essential oil is also used in the elderly and in waiting rooms to reduce stress before surgery.
Bergamot is an important oil in the perfume industry.
In perfumes, Bergamot oil is used as a fresh, sweet overtone.
Bergamot is mainly used for eau-de-colognes and eau-de-toilettes.
Bergamot is also used in liqueurs, syrup and marmalade.
- In the sauna: add 5 to 10 drops to an ice ball or to the water in the sauna tub
- In an aroma burner: add 2 to 4 drops to the water in an aroma burner
- On an aroma stone: add 2 to 4 drops to the stone of the aroma stone
- In a diffuser: add 2 to 4 drops to the water in the diffuser
- In a massage oil: add a maximum of 10 drops of Bergamot oil to 250 ml of Sweet Almond oil for a natural massage oil. Only use this massage oil if you stay out of the sun for 12 hours.
- For steaming: add a maximum of 1 to 4 drops to boiling water and steam with a towel over the head
- In the steam room: add 2 to 4 drops of essential oil to a sponge and place it in a stainless steel bowl under the steam pipe
- Do not take the essential oil pure or use it pure on the skin.
- Do not use bergamot oil on the skin just before sunbathing.
- Older skin with wrinkles can also benefit from the use of Bergamot oil in a base oil such as Sweet Almond or Argan oil.
The essential oil blends well with citrus scents, cedarwood, lavandin, lavender, pine, geranium, mandarin, mint, peppermint and sandalwood oils.
The Bergamot is a small tree that is usually pruned to a height of 4 - 5 meters.
The tree is grown in the south, in the coastal areas of Italy.
Around 1700, Bergamot was already commercially cultivated for the essential oil from the peel.
Bergamot belongs to the diamond family.
This Bergamot essential oil is extracted by cold pressing from fresh bergamot peels of the ripe Citrus Bergamia fruit from Italy.
More than 200 kilos of fresh bergamot peels from the Citrus Bergamia are needed for 1 liter of Bergamot oil.
Bergamot oil has a light green to yellow-green color.
The 5 ml and 20 ml brown glass bottles contain a dropper and a child-friendly cap and the 100 ml brown glass bottles contain a pipette.
The 250 ml and the liter bottle are used as refill packaging.
|Citrus Bergamia Peel oil
Citrus Bergamia Peel oil, D-Limonene, Linalool, Citral, Geraniol
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