It is often difficult to decide which essential oils are good for different skin types, so here is a little list to help you decide.
Please note that there are further restrictions on some of these oils.
Bergamot is highly phototoxic which means that if you use it and go in the sun it will cause irreparable skin damage. It is fine to use it in wash off products, however, I would buy the FCF or Bergapten free variety.
Lemongrass is very high in Citral which is a strong irritant and best to use in very small quantities.
Rose oil is beautiful but high in Methyl Eugenol which is thought to be a carcinogen. It is restricted to 0.005% in leave-on products and 0.01% in wash-off products.
A handy book to get is Robert Tisserands ‘Essential Oil Safety’ which gives detailed research-based information on safety information of most commonly used essential oils.