Arnica, which is also known as ‘Arnica Montana’ or Haramchampala, is an effective herbal treatment used in skin and hair care. It is also known as mountain tobacco or mountain arnica. Arnica is native from the southern foot of the Pyrenees, in northern Portugal and northern Italy, Croatia and Moldova. It comprises sesquiterpene lactones, such as helenalin and 11,13- dihydrohelenaline and chamissonolid which has anti-fungal, antibacterial and insecticidal properties. Arnica is a member of the Sunflower family that produces yellow-orange, daisy-like blooms. The blooming for Arnica is late spring and early summer in early ages, Arnica was commonly used for treating sore throats, swelling after surgeries, surgery as well as for osteoarthritis. Arnica has got a great history setup and was popularly used for analgesics and anti-inflammatory purposes. Arnica was widely used as an anti-inflammatory, as it contains inflammation-fighting compounds such as sesquiterpene lactones, phenolic acids and flavonoids. If applied on skin, it reduces the pain and swelling associated with bruises, aches and sprains. It cures bug bites, reduces facial bruising, reduces the chances of discoloration and promotes the collagen formation which enhances the normal skin color. The Arnica is generally used for smoothing muscle aches, inflammations and healing wounds. If applied on skin it reduces the chances of acne, skin burn and even rashes.