ALEPPO SOAP Bergamot 100Gr
Bergamot is the name of a tree, which has the scientific name Citrus bergamia. Interestingly enough, this tree is the result of a cross between a lemon tree and an orange tree. Most people seek out bergamot for the fruit or the essential oil, both of which are packed with beneficial nutrients. Bergamot essential oil, in particular, has become popular in recent years in the west. You can also find bergamot oranges in grocery stores around the world.
What does bergamot smell like?
Bergamot has a very interesting scent, which is decidedly citrus in its base notes, but there is also a strange spiciness to it, which has made it quite popular for perfume producers. Bergamot has been found to blend very well with a number of other perfume base notes, so you will often see it mixed with sandalwood, jasmine, and rosemary. The fruit and the oil, both have very strong scents and are highly recognizable.
How to use bergamot essential oil?
You can use bergamot essential oil in a number of useful and creative ways, including as a topical spread on the skin while showering, as the scent is magnified. It can also help to soothe inflammation and promote healthy skin. Some people choose to use bergamot oil as an air freshener or in a diffuser to fill the room with a pleasant odor. Others add a drop or two to their tea, and even apply it directly to their stomach to promote healthy digestion.
What is bergamot essential oil used for?
Bergamot oil is used as an air freshener or an aromatherapy tool, but it is also commonly used in the body or on the skin, due to its therapeutic applications. If you have rough or irritated skin, bergamot essential oil can help clear up the inflammation. It can settle the stomach if added to tea or meals and can help release tension when used as a massage oil. Some people also mix a few drops with their skincare and shower products.