Bergamot Oil

Bergamot Oil

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  • Bergamot essential oil is extracted from the peel of the bergamot fruit, which is a type of citrus fruit that grows mainly in Italy.
  • It is commonly used in skincare, perfumes, and aromatherapy.
  • Bergamot essential oil is known for its cleansing and purifying properties, making it useful for oily or blemish-prone skin.
  • However, it is important to note that bergamot essential oil can be photosensitive and may cause skin irritation if used undiluted, so it is best suited for use on normal to oily skin types.


The four primary components of bergamot essential oil include:
1. Limonene
2. Linalool
3. Alpha-pinene
4. Bergaptene


1. Promotes balanced Sebum and Brightly shining Skin:
Acne and dull skin are largely brought on by oily skin.
The skin's sebum production is balanced and excess oil is removed by the organic geranium essential oil.
Additionally, it prevents dirt and impurities from penetrating the skin, closes open pores, and gives skin a youthful, bright appearance.

2. Anti-aging:
Because Geranium Essential Oil has astringent characteristics, it tightens skin and eliminates fine lines and wrinkles, which are early signs of ageing. Additionally, it lessens skin sagging and pores that are open.

3. Reduces scarring:
Everybody wants their skin to be free of scars and the remnants of surgeries, boils, acne, pox, fat cracks, and other skin conditions.
Unfortunately, many individuals end up spending a fortune and utilizing every cosmetic product on the market without realising the intended effects.
Both time and money can be saved by using geranium oil. Because it is a potent cicatrizant, it aids in fading scars and other skin imperfections.
Additionally to promoting a consistent distribution of melanin, it helps blood circulate beneath the skin's surface., promoting a consistent distribution of melanin

4. Anti-acne:
Its anti-bacterial and anti-microbial properties aid in eradicating the bacteria that cause acne, and it also lessens excessive oil production on the skin, another factor that contributes to the growth of acne and pimples.
It cleanses the skin of dirt, bacteria, and debris and creates a barrier against all of these things.

  • 5. Prevents infections:
    It is naturally antibacterial and microbial and creates a barrier against microorganisms that cause infections.
    It shields the body from allergies, rashes, and infections while also soothing inflamed skin.
    The Dermis and epidermis, the top two layers of skin, have been known to be preserved by it.


Steam distillation of leaves and other aromatic parts of Geranium plant


Rose-like, Floral, Sweet

Product color

Pale yellow to greenish olive liquid

How to use

1. Dilute a few drops of bergamot essential oil in a carrier oil, such as coconut, jojoba, or almond oil, and apply it to the skin using a cotton ball or your fingertips.
2. Add a few drops of bergamot essential oil to your daily moisturizer or serum, mix well, and apply it to the face and neck as part of your regular skincare routine.

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