Bergamot Essential Oilby Naturallythinking Safety Data Sheet (SDS)

SDS for Bergamot Essential Oil

Safety Data Sheet (SDS) dated 25/01/2021

Batch Number: FRAMECPSR


Section 1: Identification of Product and Supplier

Product Name: Bergamot Essential Oil
Product Number: 5060233381944
Brand: Naturallythinking
Supplier: Naturallythinking, Unit 2 Mill Lane Trading Estate, Mill Lane, Croydon, CR0 4AA
Contact Telephone: 020 38563588
Contact Email: support@naturallythinking.eu

Section 2: Hazards IDENTIFICATION

CLASSIFICATION (EC 1272/2008)

 
Human Health
Asp. Tox. 1 - H304; Skin. Irrit. 2 - H315; Skin. Sens. 1 - H317

HAZARD STATEMENTS

 
H226
Flammable liquid and vapour
 
H304
May be fatal if swallowed and enters airways
 
H315
Causes skin irritation
 
H317
May cause an allergic skin reaction
 
H400
Very toxic to aquatic life
 
H410:
Very toxic to aquatic life with long-lasting effects

 

Section 3: Composition and information on Ingredients

Inci: Citrus aurantium bergamia (Bergamot) Fruit Oil
Cas: 8007-75-8/68648-33-9
Einecs: 616-915-9/614-687-5

Bergamot Essential Oil MSDS by Naturallythinking

Allergens Standard

Citral: 0.4

Linalool: 40.0

d-limonene: 40.0

Section 4: First aid measures

Inhalation: Remove from exposure site to fresh air. Keep at rest. Seek medical advice. Skin contact: Wash with water and soap ¡V may need to seek medical advice. Eye contact: Flush with water for at least 15 minutes. Contact a doctor if symptoms persist. Ingestion: Not to be consumed in any circumstances. Rinse mouth out with water and seek medical advice immediately. Other: When assessing action take into account Risk & Safety Phrases (Section 15)

Section 5: Fire - Fighting measures

Extinguishing media: Carbon dioxide, foam, dry powder ¡V spray extinguishing media to the base of the flames. Closed containers may build up pressure when exposed to heat ¡V cool with water spray. Extinguishing media to avoid: Direct sprays of water Use Protective Equipment and Avoid inhalation of smoke and fumes: If inhaled seek immediate medical advice.

Section 6: Accidental release measures

Personal Precautions: Gloves and eye protection should be worn when handling spillages. Avoid flames or other potential sources of ignition. Avoid eye / skin contact and inhalation of vapour. Good personal washing routines should be followed after accidental release. Ensure adequate ventilation in working environment. Environmental Precautions: Do not allow discharge in drains, water supply or on soil. If spilt on soil or land use adequate cleaning measure in line with Government environmental protection legislation. Clean Up Method: Remove all potential ignition sources. Contain spillage. Cover with non-combustible inert inorganic absorbent material. Sweet up and remove to an approved disposal container. Dispose according to UK/EU environmental guidelines

Section 7: Handling and Storage

General Handling Precautions: Handle in accordance with good occupational hygiene and safety practices in a well ventilated area. Avoid direct contact with skin and eyes. Avoid inhaling vapour. Use protective equipment such as gloves and eye goggles to minimise oil to skin contact. Do not eat, drink or smoke while handling. Fire Protection: Keep away from sources of ignition & naked flames. Avoid static discharges in working area. Storage Conditions: Store in full, dry, airtight containers away from sources of heat and light. Do not re-use the empty container.

Section 8: Exposure controls and personal protection

Respiratory Control: Where ventilation may be inadequate, wear self-contained breathing apparatus. Avoid breathing product vapour. Hand/Skin Protection: Wear impervious gloves ¡V avoid all skin contact. Eye Protection: Wear eye protection e.g. safety goggles / glasses

Section 9: Physical data and chemical properties

Colour: Green to greenish yellow, sometimes with a deposit Appearance: Mobile liquid Odour: Pleasant fresh fruity. Flash point (¢XC): 52 - 59 Specific gravity @ 20„aC: 0.870 - 0.888 Refractive index @ 20„aC: 1.460 - 1.469

Section 10: Stability & Reactivity

Reactivity: It presents no significant reactivity hazards, by itself or in contact with water. Avoid contact with strong acids, alkali or oxidising agents. Decomposition: Liable to cause smoke & acrid fumes during combustion: carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide & other non-identified organic compounds may be formed

Section 11: Toxicological Information

Not a skin sensitiser. Opdyke D.J. (1979) explained the phototoxic effects of Bergamot oil were due to furanocoumarin content (FCT 11,1031). However see section 16. Literature value LD50 orl rat >5g/Kg

Section 12: Ecological information

Very toxic to aquatic organisms; may cause long-term adverse effects in the aquatic environment Biodegradability: Data not available Precautions: Prevent surface contamination of soil, ground & surface water.

Section 13: Disposal considerations

Avoid disposing to drainage systems and into the environment. Seek expert advice.

Section 14: Transport information

UN 1169: Applies Road (ADR/RID): Class 3 Packing Group III Air (IATA): Class 3 Packing Group III Sea (IMDG): Class 3 Packing Group III CHIP: See section 15

Section 15: Regulatory information

Hazards: Harmful, Dangerous for the environment Symbols: Xn, N Risk Phrases: R10 Flammable liquid R38 Irritating to skin R43 May cause sensitisation by skin contact R50/53 Very toxic to aquatic organisms; cause long-term adverse effects in the aquatic environment R65 Harmful: May cause lung damage if swallowed Safety Phrases: S24 Avoid contact with skin S37 Wear suitable gloves S61 Avoid release to the environment. Refer to special instructions/safety data sheets S62 If swallowed, do not induce vomiting, seek medical advice immediately and show the container or label

Section 16: Other information

Cosmetics Directive 7th Amendment: Restrictions may apply. A source of Citral, Limonene and Linalool, listed as sensitisers. Check maximum usage levels for skin care products

GMO Declaration

We declare that at present all our regisered and commercially available ingredients, extracts, oils, plants and skincare products are derived by traditional plant breeding methods. We do not have any ingredient, extract, oil or skincare product from genetically modified material

To the best of our knowledge, the information contained in the sheet is correct. However, we cannot accept responsibility for any consequences from its use.

Animal Testing Declaration

WE DO NOT TEST ANY OF OUR PRODUCTS ON ANIMALS AND NEVER HAVE, WE PREFER TO RELY ON OUR KNOWLEDGE OF ESSENTIAL OILS, INGREDIENTS, PLANTS, FLOWERS AND ESTABLISHED TECHNICAL INFORMATION AND PROFESSIONALS TO ENSURE EFFECTIVE AND SAFE PRODUCTS.

We believe there is already a “safe” and known group of product ingredients used in the cosmetics industry which leave enough scope to be creative and innovative in product formulation without the need for anymore animal testing on new experimental ingredients.

Our suppliers each also agree to not to carry out animal testing on the products and ingredients we purchase. We have a self-imposed cut-off date of 2006 (this was the date our cosmetic formulations came into being) although in reality our suppliers normally have animal testing dates far in excess of this or have never tested at all.

We do not conduct any form of animal testing.

We do not commission any form of animal testing from a third party.

We operate a fixed cut-off date for animal testing and ingedients, which means we will not use any ingredient that has been tested or retested on animals for cosmetics purposes since January 1, 2006

If we find that a company is involved in animal testing in anyway that purchases from us, then we will cease supply immediately. It is a term and condition that by purchasing from Naturallythinking you will not involve yourself or your company in any form of Animal Testing, any violation of this will be dealt with as per any violation of our terms and condtions