Bergamot essential oil is a scent you may be familiar with since it is present in Earl Grey tea.
- Has a powerful citrus base scent that is a known mood balancer.
- The relaxing and uplifting feeling that it gives is almost instantaneous.
- Especially helpful for women who have to deal with mood affecters such as PMS or menopause.
- The natural way to fight off a bad mood - known to help stabilize moods and fight off depressed behavior.
- A completely safe and non toxic product that can be used and benefit the whole family.
- Good for the skin in small doses when applied directly. The harshness of citrus against the skin is the reason it should be used sparingly in this way, but when it is used for aromatherapy, more is better.
- When used correctly, Bergamot has been known to effectively improve skin appearance with conditions such as acne, cysts, boils, and abscesses.
- Psoriasis sufferers have used Bergamot to help relieve symptoms of their harsh skin conditions - soothes itchy and tight skin in a completely natural way.
What better way to get the concentrated, all natural soothing effects of Bergamot through essential oil therapy?
You can feel good in knowing that Bergamot essential oil is all natural and is extracted through a cold pressed process straight from the outer peels of fresh citrus fruit.
Bergamot essential oil even has a pleasing appearance. It has a greenish to gold appearance and it comes in a thin, oily, natural liquid form.
There are so many practical uses and ways to use Bergamot essential oil. It’s clean, citrus scent is so inviting. Keep it to yourself in quiet, private moments, or use it to refresh the air when you plan on entertaining a house full of people. It is sure to set the mood to be relaxed and full of good humor for the whole evening.
- Can be used as a diffuser or sprayed directly into candle flames for a boost of citrus freshness in your environmental air.
- Add a few drops to your bath to feel like yourself again after a hard day.
- Drop a little onto a burning candle wick to add a little something more to the air around you.
- Emotional confusion can take a toll on you that can be just as harsh to your body as a physical toll would be. This essential oil, when used for aroma therapy, can give you that time out you need to recuperate from life’s ups and downs.
Note: Even though Bergamot oil is completely non toxic, it is well known that it has photo toxicity towards skin sometimes. This only means that you must take care in limiting your sun exposure where you have applied this product for 24 hours after using it. It may be wise to do a skin patch test to see how it affects you on a small area of skin before using.