Bergamot Essential oil (FCF Free)

A sweet, lemon like, fresh top note with warm, floral and balsamic undertones. The Happy Oil, that brings sunshine and happiness

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Sweet, lemon like, fresh top notes with warm, floral and balsamic undertones. The Happy Oil, that brings sunshine and happiness

Bergamot Essential Oil

The Bergamot tree is a native of Southern Italy and produces small inedible (due to the sourness) fruits. The fruits ripen from Green to Yellow. Bergamot is seen as the king of all essential oils, being used in skin care products and perfumes for decades.

Characteristics of Bergamot Essential Oil

A sweet and lemony fresh top note with a warm, floral and balsamic undertone. A favourite with aromatherapists and oil burners for the uplifting and fresh scent and positive mind attributes.

Bergamot is the classic oil found in Early grey tea, which gives Earl Grey its distinctive flavour and therapeutic effects.

Common Uses of Bergamot Essential Oil

Bergamot is found in skincare products and is popular in colognes and perfume.


Bergamot oil is traditionally used in spot treatments for pimples, cysts and blackheads. The cicatrizant in Bergamot essential oil helps heal scars and other marks on the skin, helping the skin remain youthful.


The delicate scent is perfect for hair products and for use in soothing sore scalps.


Bergamot is a feel good oil. It is often used with stress and anxiety, the oil being naturally uplifting. A small study in Japan in 2015 showed it is beneficial with anxiety and fatigue.
Another study in 2011 stated that Bergamot oil contains ingredients such as alpha-pinene and limonene that are therapeutic and stimulating. They generate a feeling of calmness and make you more relaxed.
The high linalool content can help ease pain and inflammation. Research at the University of Calabria concluded that Bergamot essential oil helps reduce the feeling of pain in the body. It stimulates the secretion of certain hormones which lessen the sensitivity of nerves to pain.
The natural compounds in Bergamot ensure skin freshness, making it useful in deodorant formulations.
A classic aromatherapy scent that is one of the key ingredients in Eau de Cologne. You will find Bergamot in many of the biggest aftershaves and perfumes.

Precautions when using Bergamot Essential Oil

The Bergamot Essential we sell at Naturallythinking has the Bergapetene removed for safety (this is the FCF declaration in the name) and therefore it is safe for use in sunlight, although we do not recommend using in direct sunlight.

Bergamot can has a calming, but euphoric effect on the senses and therefore we do not recommend burning when consuming alcohol.

Bergamot can irritate very sensitive skin.

Never use during pregnancy.

Bergamot Essential Oil Technical Information

Criteria Information

Latin Name

Citrus bergamia


Citrus bergamia (Bergamot) Leaf Oil

Plant Family


Extraction Method

When the fruit is nearly ripe, is the best time to harvest the bergamot. The oil is expressed from the nearly ripe fruit.

Country of Origin



100% Pure Essential Oil, therapeutic grade



Linalool, Nerol, Terpineol (Alcohols), Linalyl acetate (Esther), Bergaptene (Lactone), Dipentene, Limonene (Terpenes).

Cas No.


Einecs No.


Blends well with

Bergamot is very versatile in its blending and will go with most essential oils. It blends very well with other citrus oils as well as floral oils. We like blending Bergamot with Cypress, Sandalwood, Juniperberry, Coriander, Black Pepper, Ginger, Clary Sage, Rosemary and Frankincense.

IFRA Certificate
49th Amendment

Technical Documents

Please see the Technical Tab below for SDS, Allergens information and IFRA Certificates

Bergamot essential oil promotes a feeling of well being and feel good

Blends Well With:
Citrus and Floral Oils, Cypress, Sandalwood, Juniperberry, Coriander, Black Pepper, Ginger, Clary Sage, Rosemary, Frankincense
Avoid during pregnancy, Do not use if you have very sensitive skin, Use no more than 3 drops in the bath
Country of Origin:
Latin Name:
Citrus bergamia
Traditional Physical Properties:
Part of Plant Used:
100% Pure
A sweet, lemon like top note
Key Benefits:
Refreshing / Uplifting
Traditional Emotional Use:
Uplifting, Positive, Cheerful and Happy Oil, Warming on a Winters Day, Useful in recovery after convalescence, Useful for anxiety
Traditional Skin Use:
Refreshing, Cleansing
HS Code:
HS Description:
Bergamot Essential Oil
HS Country:
HS Composition:
Viscous Liquid


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Bergamot Essential oil (FCF Free) Safety Data Sheet (SDS)

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Bergamot Essential oil (FCF Free) Technical Data Sheet (TDS)

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Bergamot Essential oil (FCF Free) Certificate of Analysis (COA)

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Customer Reviews

  • 5
    Classic Bergamot

    Posted by Helen on 5th Apr 2022

    I have bought up quite a few bottles of this Bergamot as I haven't smelt this good for at least 10 years from anywhere. I hope next years harvest is just as good.