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Bergamot Essential Oil

(Citrus bergamia)
Product Code : NNI-AI-E10209
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Citrus bergamia Italy Conventional Cold Pressed Fruit Base to Middle Soluble in Alcohol

Aromaaz International provides Bergamot Essential Oil in its purest form with an original citrus aroma. We produce this oil through a standard cold pressing method while maintaining its essence.  We are one of the Bergamot Essential Oil suppliers in the USA, UK, Canada, and the rest of the world with airtight packaging and proper shipping.

Variety: Bergamot Oil

Obtained from both unripe & ripen fruits, the Bergamot Oils are 100% organic and safe to use. The cold-pressed method is used for its extraction.


The bergamot tree belongs to the Rutaceae family of Plant kingdom that grows up to a height of 15 feet. It is a well-known hybrid combination of lemon as well as bitter orange. Its tress has ovate leaves (a characteristic feature of lemon trees); white flowers that are star-shaped and also have yellow fruits that are pear-shaped. When used for the extraction of essential oils, both ripened as well as unripe fruits can be used for the process.

A Brief Overview of Bergamot Essential Oil

  • Bergamot essential oil is extracted from fruits of the plant that are pear in shape. Either ripened or unripe fruits peel is used for the cold-pressed extraction method.
  • The name Bergamot has come from the Italian city of Bergamo, the place where this oil was initially sold.
  • It was also used in Turkish delight as an important ingredient.
  • In the 18th Century, this was used in the perfumery industry as one of the important ingredients in the Eau de Cologne original.

Bergamot Essential Oil Uses


  • Undoubtedly, this wonderful essential oil is a native of tropical Asia. However, it was also cultivated in many parts of Italy especially, Southern Italy. People in Italy have used this oil for treating fever.
  • It was also used for Aromatherapy by Italian and is also responsible to treat many skin diseases, UTIs, respiratory issues, and mouth-related problems.
  • Since the 16th Century, this is known to have antiseptic properties.
  • It was also a preferred choice for Earl Gray Tea as a flavoring agent.


  • Bergamot Oil provides citric aroma to edible items such as pudding and gelatins and is widely used as an ingredient in lotions, soaps, creams and perfumes.
  • It is a popular blend for aromatherapy to rejuvenate the mind and body.
  • It is diffused with water to remove bad smells and add freshness.

Many industrial users obtain the oil in bulk from certified organic bergamot essential oil wholesale suppliers scattered around the world.

Bergamot Essential Oil Benefits

  • It has effective therapeutic benefits as antiseptic, antiviral, antibacterial, antispasmodic, analgesic, and soothing effects.
  • This is often used for reducing fever, improving oral health, treating cramps and aids in the digestion process.

Bergamot Essential Oil Blends well with

Lavender, Cedarwood, Frankincense, Chamomile, Marjoram, Patchouli, Spearmint, Vetiver, Grapefruit, Pine, Clove, Nutmeg, and other essential oils. Bergamot essential oil wholesale manufacturers also provide all of these oils for blending in bulk.

General Precautionary Measures!

We recommend the following general precautionary measures as bergamot oil bulk suppliers.

  • Do not use it for internal purposes.
  • It is not suggested for pregnant ladies and nursing mothers.
  • If you are sensitive to this, avoid its use.
  • Since the oils are concentrated in nature, they should be first diluted using a suitable carrier oil and then applied topically.
  • Never use this oil on sensitive areas, mucous membranes, and eyes.

Storage Instructions

Transfer the Bergamot essential oil content received in aluminum containers from the Bergamot essential oil bulk suppliers to amber dark glass bottles. And store them in cool, dark places away from sunlight and heat to preserve their essence till their expiry.

The Locations Covered

As a global Bergamot essential oil wholesale supplier, the enterprise delivers all kinds of products to any location in the UK, US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, China, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, South Africa, France, Spain, Poland, Romania, Serbia and other countries of the world.

Documents Available on Request

We, as Bergamot oil bulk manufacturers, provide the following documents to the customers on request,

Certificate of Analysis (CoA) - It gives product specifications, including its color, odor, and other details

Gas Chromatography (GC)- It is a sample workflow-cum-pictorial representation of ingredients & their percentage.

Mass Spectrometry (MS) - It gives details about the constituents of the product and their proportion in products.


Q. How can I use bergamot essential oil?

The users can add a drop or two to the daily application of night cream to cleanse the skin. They can also add 2-4 drops of bergamot oil in a diffuser with other oils. Or they can mix its few drops into your cleaning solutions for germ-free surroundings. 

Q. Is bergamot essential oil beneficial for the skin?

Yes, bergamot essential oil is excellent for the skin as it works as a toner and cleanser. Its application removes excess oil from the skin and brightens skin complexion eliminating blemishes and acne.

Q. Is Bergamot essential oil good for oily skin?

Yes, bergamot essential oil is good for oily skin as it controls excess sebum production in the skin. Excess sebum is one of the reasons for acne breakouts. The topical application of bergamot oil removes oil from the skin and makes it normal.

Q. Is Bergamot essential oil phototoxic?

Yes, bergamot essential oil is phototoxic as it contains bergapten compounds significantly. Immediate sun exposure after its neat application may cause redness, rashes, or irritation.

Q. How to prevent the phototoxic effects of bergamot essential oil?

The users should dilute bergamot essential oil in a carrier oil before its application. They should avoid sun exposure after its application or use it for overnight topical application. They should follow the guidelines of bergamot essential oil manufacturers regarding its proportion in different formulations.

Botanical Name
Citrus bergamia
Color & Odor
light yellowish green & Citrus, fruity and sweet
F.E.M.A. #
Methods of Extraction
Cold Pressed
limonene - 44.35 %, linalyl acetate - 26.9%, linalool- 9.26%.
Soluble in Alcohol
Specific Gravity
Flash Point
210 °F
Optical Rotation
(+8°)- (-24°)
Major Constituents
limonene - 44.35 %, linalyl acetate - 26.9%, linalool- 9.26%.

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