<p>The Bergamot plant, similar looking to the lime, commonly used in Marmalade, provides many medicinal citrus oil from it's peel. With the use of artificial Long-Wave Ultraviolet light and Bergamot oil applied to an affected area, this oil has been known to treat a skin condition called <a href="https://www.webmd.com/skin-problems-and-treatments/tc/Psoriasis-Topic-Overview" target="_blank">psoriasis</a>. It has many more benefits as well, and as any essential oil does, it has it's hazards.</p><br><p><strong>If you have never used this oil before we HIGHLY RECOMMEND that you read our Essential Oils Safety page</strong> <a href="https://www.arubahhealthspa.ca/essential-oil-safety-sheet" target="_blank">HERE</a> https://www.arubahhealthspa.ca/essential-oil-safety-sheet</p><br><p> </p><br><p><u><strong>Note</strong></u>:</p><br><p> No medical studies have proven these as replacements of prescriptions. <br>All of the above stated benefits are observations of various Aromatherapists throughout history. <br>Please use with caution!!</p><br><p> </p><br><p> </p><br><p><u><strong>Safety and usage:</strong></u></p><br><p>When using Essential oils please read what the safe methods of using them are, and the dangers they may have. <br>We do not recommend ingesting any essential oils, as it may result in severe damage to your liver and stomach. Do not apply before going in direct sunlight, tanning beds/booth, Sauna's, Hot tubs, showers/baths. Doing so may result in burning blisters to the skin. It is highly recommended that any essential oil applied directly to skin, be applied with a carrier(Fatty) oil such as but not limited to, Coconut, Olive, Grape Seed, and many more.Click on the following link to view the safety of this Oil.