Claims: Bergamot Essential Oil is best known for its antibacterial properties. It also helps preserve the skin by promoting cellular regeneration. Moreover, this essential oil helps balance the nerves and sebum activities, while simulating local blood flow. In addition, Bergamot Essential Oil also poses very important antiallergic properties.
For Inhalation Purposes: It is recommended that the user uses an aromatherapy diffuser for optimal results. However, the user could also use the natural diffusion phenomena by placing a drop of the essential oil on a surface and allowing it to diffuse into the air freely.
Inhalation Uses Precautions: If you experience headaches, nausea, or severe coughing during the inhalation process should seek medical attention right away.
For Topical Purposes: It is recommended that the user does not use more than two drops of essential oil directly on the skin.
Topical Uses Precautions: Try applying a small amount on the skin as a patch test before use. Stop using if any allergic reaction appears. For external use only.
General Precautions: Individuals with allergies should be very careful while using essential oils and should consult their doctors before using any essential oil. Keep out of reach of children.