Bergamot Essential Oil

10ml | $23.8

Bergamot essential oil (Citrus Bergamia) delivers calming and uplifting aromatherapy that is appropriate for any enclosed space.

It helps to relieve anxiety while also providing cleansing and purifying properties.

Bergamot is known for its skin renewal and brightening effects and promotes skin regeneration. Furthermore, it supports dermal blood circulation and the even distribution of melanin (dark pigment) for a healthy, blemish-free complexion.

Sun protection is provided by bergamot essential oil. Bergamot has been shown to have one of the highest anti-oxidant activity levels of any essential oil on the market. It protects the skin from the aging effects of the sun, allowing it to remain youthful.

Bergamot is currently grown all over the world. It all started after bergamot achieved prominence and its name from the town of Bergamo around the south of Italy.

Bergamot is one of the most exquisite of its citrus plants’ family. However, for bergamot to thrive and grow to the best form requires an exceptional climate and particular soil to thrive.

Italians had used bergamot essential oils for many years to ease stress and rejuvenate the skin.

The unripe fruits are eaten as sweetmeats in Greece. They are usually served together with dessert and coffee.

Bergamot essential oil is unique amongst the rest of the citrus oil family. They can create uplift and calm the mood simultaneously; they are the authority in the citrus essential oils family to help ease sad and anxious feelings.

It cleanses and purifies the skin while providing calming effects on the skin.

  • It helps to alleviate anxiety
  • An aroma that calms and soothes when used in aromatherapy
  • Anti-bacterial
  • Anti-fungal
  • Cholesterol-lowering effects
  • Popular massage oils due to calming factors
  • Purifies the skin

Collection Method


Plant Part

Bergamot rind (peel)

Main Constituents

Limonene, linalyl acetate, linalool, terpinene, β-pinene

Aromatic Description

Citrus, spice, with a light floral note


  • When you are stressed, at work, in school, at home, with high tensions, or when stress levels are high, you can diffuse bergamot essential into your space and calm yourself down.
  • Enjoy skin purifying effects, apply to the skin while showering, inhale deeply, and experiences the calming aroma.
  • You can add Bergamot essential oil into Earl Grey tea in a minute amount to use it as a food flavoring agent and gives its distinctive citrus scent.
  • Apply onto skin and neutralizes it with a carrier oil such as jojoba or sweet almond oil to act as one effective spot or acne treatment for people who do not have sensitive skin.
  • You may also add 2-3 drops to your skincare, such as cleansers, moisturizers, and upgrade your skincare. (Encourage to use it as a night-time skincare routine, since Bergamot comes with a photosensitivity warning).

Directions for use:

  • Diffusion (Aromatherapy purposes): Put in three to four drops of Bergamot essential oils into the nebulizers or diffusers of your choice.
  • Internal use (Ingestion): Add into Earl Grey tea, dilute it in liquid, 1 drop to 4 fl. oz liquid.
  • Topical use (Cosmetic/Skincare Application): Always choose to dilute with carrier oils such as Jojoba, Sweet Almond oil to reduce any skin sensitivity.

Any cautions to take note of? 

Keep the products out of reach for children, it may induce possible skin sensitivity. Always consult a physician before use if you are pregnant, under doctor’s care, or nursing. Avoid any contact with eyes, sensitive areas, and inner ears. After the application of the products, avoid sunlight or UV rays for at least 12 hours.

Q. Does bergamot essential oil contain furanocoumarin or bergamot? 

A. Bergamot essential oil does not contain furanocoumarin or bergapten, so it has a UV warning on the label. Remember to follow all the instructions on the label. Also, avoid direct sunlight for up to 48 hours after applying the product to your skin.

Q. The solvent used to extract bergamot essential oil and how is it removed from the final product? 

A. Bergamot essential oils are cold-pressed, and no solvent is used during extraction. 

Q. When is bergamot harvested to make the essential oils of bergamot? 

A. Harvesting usually takes place in November and lasts until March. 

Q. How old are bergamot trees before they are harvested to make essential oils? 

A. The tree bears fruit at 50 years and continues to bear fruit until 50 years.

Alleviate Insomnia
Calming Aroma
Cures Ringworm
Cures Psoriasis
Improves Chronic Fatigue
Treats Acne
Relieves Anxiety
Relieves Depression
Anti - Bacterial
Reduces Cholesterol

4 reviews for Bergamot Essential Oil

  1. Janella

    Delivery is really fast. Seller is friendly and quick in response to my queries. I use this brand of essential oils as an alternative therapy to relieve stress and improve sleeping quality , feels effective for me:) Find it really easy to use ,you can mix with water to use as room sprays, foot bath and other water solutions which is very convenient if you do not own a diffuser
    Thank you seller

  2. Ashley Serene

    I feel more relaxed and calm before heading to bed. It really helps with my insomnia as I’m able to fall asleep faster and wake up more energetic the next day. Love it 😍

  3. Kerlyn Liew

    Super great essential oils! tried the Bergamot and they are superb!! very great scent and not like others that I’ve tried where the scent only lasts awhile.
    it’s safe on the skin too which is great for people like me who uses it directly on skin. Delivery is super fast too!

  4. Zen Yip

    My ultimate accessory to unwind with these beautiful scents. Essential oil of Bergamot allowed me to uplift some mood and neutralize emotional imbalances. Very aromatic and bring warmth to the home. Loving it.

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