Bergamot FCF (Furocoumarin free) Essential Oil
This sweet and citrusy uplifting essential oil helps calm the mind and lift the mood. Energizing, purifying and delicate, it brings a fruity and flowery note to your creations. Our Bergamot essential oil is free of furocoumarins which means it is safe to use before sun exposure!
Botanical name: Citrus bergamia
Country of origin: Italy
Smell: Fruity, fresh, sweet, slightly bitter
Use: Add a few drops to one of our neutral bases or a diffuser (see below for ideas on how to use).
All of our essential oils and essential oil blends are 100% pure and undiluted.
Hand-poured in Ontario
Purifying, regenerating, astringent, regulates sebum production, brings a fresh and fruity note.
Calming, relaxing, brings positivity, helps find inner confidence.
Geranium, Jasmin, Frankincense, Clary sage, Mandarin, Orange, Rosemary, Sandalwood, Vetiver, Ylang-ylang.
Citrus Aurantium Bergamia Peel Oil
Process/method of extraction:
Cold pressed then steam distilled
Part of the plant extracted:
Fresh peel of the fruit
Store this essential oil in its original tightly-sealed amber bottle, away from heat, light and ambient air. Citrus essential oils are best stored in the fridge.
INCI: Citrus Aurantium Bergamia Peel Oil
Quality: 100% pure (undiluted), free of furocoumarins (which cause phototoxicity)
- Up to 1% in our unscented face cream
- Up to 2% in our unscented body lotion
Add to a base:
Type of skin:
|IN A FACE CREAM
|IN A BODY LOTION
|Final quantity of product
|0.5% of Bergamot FCF Essential Oil
|1% of Bergamot FCF Essential Oil
|2% of Bergamot FCF Essential Oil
|INSOLUBLE IN WATER
1 mL = 28 drops
1 g = 37 drops
Caution: For external use only. Always dilute with a carrier oil. Keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. Essential oils are highly concentrated and should be used with care. Always do a patch test* in the inside of the forearm to check for skin irritation and sensitivity before using any of our products.
If pregnant, breastfeeding or taking medication, we recommend consulting with your health care practitioner before using.
Certain essential oils (such as ginger, cumin and citrus essential oils) are phototoxic which means they can cause a skin reaction when exposed to the sun. This Bergamot Furocoumarin-free essential oil has had its furocoumarin compounds (mainly bergapten and 8-methoxypsoralen) removed which makes this essential oil safer to use on the skin before sun exposure.
* Patch test with essential oils: Dilute 1-2 drops of essential oil in a teaspoon of carrier oil (olive oil, coconut oil, jojoba oil…) and place a pea size amount of the diluted mixture to your inner forearm. Place a bandage over it and wait for 24 hours. If there is a reaction within that time frame, discontinue use of essential oil.
My first time trying Bergamot essential oil and I'm in LOVE!! I love drinking Earl Grey tea which has Bergamot and I also had perfumes with Bergamot notes in it.
I'm so glad I was able to apply it to my skincare from French Bergamot!! I also use it in my diffuser!
It's a MUST try!!
Ok, I'm kinda new to essential oils so I appreciate all the info on this website. I only bought the bergamot essential oil and I love it already. Tomorrow i'm gonna put a few drops in my moisturizer. Can't wait!