Chamomile is also known as ‘Matricaria Recutita’, and has a common name. The Apigenin, coumarin, glycoside, herniarin, farnesol present in chamomile makes it an anticoagulant and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug. The presence of alpha-bisabolol, luteolin, quercetin and apigenin describes the wide range of the antimicrobial property of Chamomile. It has been native to Europe, Africa and Asia. They are nourished under cool conditions and are planted in partly shade areas. Chamomile was widely used as a mild sedative to reduce anxiety and to calm the nerves down. It was widely used in ancient times for curing hysteria, anxiety, insomnia, nightmares and some related sleep problems. Chamomile tea has antibacterial, anti-fungal, anti-ulcer, antiviral and sedative properties. In the modern era, it helps in curing inflammation, muscle spasms, menstrual disorders, ulcers, insomnia and even hemorrhoids. Being specific about skin, German Chamomile and Roman Chamomile are very widely used. It is effective in soothing irritated skin and helps in rejuvenating new tissues. Chamomile tea has been widely used as a skin brightener, the antioxidants tightens the pores, softens skin and helps in reducing fade spots and acne scars. Chamomile has excelled in curing skin related issues in older as well as in recent times.