Bergamot Essential Oil


Volume: 10 mL

Bergamot Essential Oil: Uses, Benefits, and Soapmaking Instructions

Bergamot essential oil is prevalent for its soothing scent, myriads of uses, and its spicy taste. Since ancient periods, people have found it to be a medicinal alternative to fight health and skin issues. But modern uses have caused a stir in the skincare and beauty products industry because of the aroma it exudes.

Bergamot oil offered by VINEVIDA stands out among the other brands. It is because of the sources we collect the plants from, the science and craft we master, and the quality of the final product.

Read on to learn what more you can avail of if you purchase VINEVIDA Bergamot oil. For sure, our Bergamot stands out in the competition when it comes to quality, competitive price, and packaging.

What is Bergamot Essential Oil?

Extracted from the zest of a citrus fruit named 'Citrus Bergamia,' Bergamot oil is well-known for its floral and citrusy aroma. Lovers of Earl Grey Tea obsess over the scent. Bergamot is the main reason for the tea's relieving scent. The compelling flavor profile of Bergamot is the reason it's been in use for centuries.

The earliest roots of the Bergamot fruit tree are found in parts of Southeast Asia. Then it was popular in Europe. Now, we source our Best Bergamot Essential Oil from Italy.

If we start with what is Bergamot Essential Oil good for, the list can go on. VINEVIDA Bergamot Oil is widely famous for its explicit scent and unparalleled quality. This delicate citrus plant receives extreme care until it reaches the usable stage in Italy's perfect climate conditions, which ensures the high-quality of our oil. For centuries, Bergamot Oil helps people with stress, rejuvenating dull skin, preparing alluring dishes, and many more! Moreover, Bergamot Essential Oil blends well with other essential oils to create a statement!

And no one else offers better quality Bergamot Essential Oil other than VINEVIDA!

VINEVIDA Bulk Price Offers

As we already mentioned, VINEVIDA stands out utilizing the three S's – sourcing, standard, and science. Indeed, the matchless quality of VINEVIDA oils and the explicit scent are maintained by oil extraction science. But the most important part here is we try to keep the deals fair for our customers with the most competitive price on the internet.

From single users to retail marketers, everybody can customize their preferred package quantity. We offer a range from a 10 ml small bottle to gigantic 396 lbs/50-gallon drum. For your information, the price reduces with the rising amount of the oil and the container size. Accordingly, you can have a more vivid idea of the quantity-wise price list displayed on this product page.

Bergamot Essential Oil Benefits

Stress Reliever

You inhale the aroma or get the skin soaked in the ways you already have learned. Either way, it will remain in your system to kill anxiety or remove stress.

Combats Food Poisoning

One of the many compounds of bergamot oil and the peel is linalool. By destroying the microbes responsible for bad indigestion, the oil can ease you rapidly.

Reduces Cholesterol

Flavonoid is another compound of bergamot fruits that can lower lipid levels.

Pain Relief

According to the users of the oil, it can lower or eliminate pain from our bodies. And the astonishing fact is that you don't have to ingest oil for that. Without a doubt, merely aromatherapy and a massage on your body will do the work.

Prevents Inflammation

A close inspection of the analyzed bergamot oil will show that the oil contains Carvacrol and Linalool. These are compounds having analgesic that can win over inflammation and convulsion. And you can boast of the benefits either way – topical application and aromatherapy.

Bergamot Essential Oil Uses

You have learned about the key benefits of bergamot essential oil. Now, to acquire the benefits, you must know how, when, and where to use the oil. Surprisingly, bergamot oil is popular with both men and women. Though there has not been any backing behind these benefits, first-hand users' anecdotal stories imply that the oil can be used in need.

Despite the weak scientific backing, you will find bergamot essential oil widely used in perfumes, shampoos, soaps, cosmetics, and toiletries. It's all for the uplifting and citrusy scents that even drink and food items find its flavor important. Check for the proven bergamot essential oil uses:


Adding Bergamot essential oil to your aromatherapy kit can do wonders for you. As the scent of Bergamot oil is uplifting, you can have a soothing effect on your mind. Following are the ways you should use Bergamot essential oil in aromatherapy:

    • Dilute the oil with a suitable carrier oil before applying on your skin with a massage. Using Bergamot oil on your skin will get it glowing and tanned.
    • Add 4/5 drops of bergamot oil directly to your skin and hair care products, including shampoo, body wash, and facial scrub.
    • To have it without getting into direct contact, you can put several drops of essential oil with your diffuser, air freshener, soaps, candles, and vaporizer. This way, you can pervade the scent across the room at home or in the office.
    • You can have the citrusy smell on-the-go by smearing the oil on your bandana or handkerchief.

Check various bergamot essential oil recipes to enjoy more benefits.

Skin Revitalization and Acne Elimination

On top of reviving your skin by moistening, there are properties in the bergamot oil for skin oil to fight bacterial build-up and inflammation. As for acne, the same compounds can help eliminate it. Consequently, the cysts and pimples and the pain issued from them are better answered by the oil's analgesic quality.

When applying over pimples, blackheads, and cysts, do not forget to dilute the oil. You can do it easily by mixing it with a carrier oil. Applying the diluted oil on the skin before bedtime can also be beneficial. Be warned that sunlight can prove to be counter-productive at times. Hence, it's best to use essential oils at night.

Furthermore, you can pour a few drops of water into the diluted oil for facial rinse. Your regular cleanser also may be another method to mix the oil with. These are the Bergamot essential oil benefits for skin.

Hair and Scalp Care

The bergamot essential oil for hair can repair the broken hair and revive the withered hair when applied regularly. And massaging across the scalp will increase the blood flow underneath the scalp skin. Also, the hair lice will be on the run, chased by the acute citrusy scent. On top of scenting your hair, you can soften your curly hair to go straight.

As for the application method, put a few drops in the regular shampoo or take the diluted oil on your left palm. Then, massage across the scalp with your fingertips.

For Hair and Scalp Care

The bergamot essential oil for hair can repair the broken hair and revive the withered hair when applied regularly. And massaging across the scalp will increase the blood flow underneath the scalp skin. Also, the hair lice will be on the run, chased by the acute citrusy scent. On top of scenting your hair, you can soften your curly hair to go straight.

As for the application method, put a few drops in the regular shampoo or take the diluted oil on your left palm. Then, massage across the scalp with your fingertips.

VINEVIDA Bergamot Essential Oil for Soap Making

People use essential oil primarily for their aroma and skincare qualities. And Bergamot essential oil offers both. VINEVIDA takes utmost care to keep all the original properties to remain intact in the oil. Therefore, you will find VINEVIDA oils strong in fragrance.

To get the most out of the oil, you can scent both the solid soap and the liquid soap – the latter with easier. For solid soaps, you need 8 ounces of bergamot oil for 1 pound of cold-press soap. Conversely, if it is a melt and pour soap, take 25 ounces of oil for 1 pound of soap.

You can have even more fun adding essential oils to soaps as the soap will disperse your preferred aroma. But carefulness is a must when it comes to liquid soaps. To start with, take soaps with zero or insignificant fragrance. And, you must ensure the liquid soap has no petroleum or chemical products added beforehand.

Precautions Should be Taken

Even when using natural products, you need to be cautious. Bergamot Essential Oil uses need to be done after proper dilution.

For external use, Bergamot Oil extraction needs dilution with a carrier oil. Usually, a cold-pressed carrier oil like mineral oil or coconut oil can be preference here. The recommended percentage of Bergamot Essential Oil is 0.4% on bare skin, as noted by the International Fragrance Association (IFRA). Mixing two to three drops of Bergamot Oil in 30 mL (one liquid ounce) carrier oil is recommended.

You can go for Aromatherapy by diffusing it with water vapor. Usually, a vaporizer or diffuser is used for Aromatherapy.

VINEVIDA’s Takes Care of Oil Constituents

VINEVIDA Bergamot essential oil is the extracted form of the fruit rinds. Bergamot is mainly used as food additives for its distinctive taste and aromatherapy for its uplifting fragrance. None of the mentioned qualities will be there to serve you if you do not ensure the proper extraction method. VINEVIDA as a leading essential oil manufacturer, possess both the expert team and sophisticated machines to accomplish the extraction.

As a result, you will find all the bergamot fruits compounds in the original ratio if you analyze the VINEVIDA-extracted oil. And the main constituents are:

On its top, you can have two other components named Geranial and β-bisabolene. They are the smaller quantity properties but not nominal in terms of impact at aromatherapy and skincare.

Best Blending Partners

Bergamot essential oil blends well with Clary Sage, Frankincense, Cypress, Grapefruit Pink, Mandarin, Jasmine Absolute, Nutmeg, Patchouli, Orange Sweet, Rosemary, Ylang-ylang, Black Pepper.

Disclaimer: These statements (and all statements herein) have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Essential Oils sold by VINEVIDA are to be used for cosmetic purposes only. They are not intended to diagnose, treat, mitigate, cure, or prevent a disease or ailment. Research citations are added merely to support the claims to a certain extent. VINEVIDA makes no representation to the comprehensiveness or accuracy of the published information. Read our DISCLAIMER for further details.

Caution: Beware of excessive use as it may lead to nausea and headaches. For topical use, always dilute the oil with a carrier oil. We do not suggest the internal use of any essential oils. Keep it out of children’s reach. It is not recommended for a pregnant woman.


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