The uneven outer skin of Orange fruit is named Orange peel, which has a white pith under it. Orange peel gives numerous health benefits in contrast to the orange that we eat. It is also named Citrus Aurantium Dulcis that holds several antibacterial and anti-microbial properties. It comprises a substantial amount of calcium, copper, magnesium, and fiber. As per the Ayurveda, it is named "Tikta", which contains Ruksha guna and Laghu. This bitter taste peel is believed to be native to tropical Asian regions and developed from remote ages. Usually, they are grown during February, and they ripen from March through the summer. It is rich in vitamin A, B, C and contains a good amount of Carbohydrates. It acts as a skin-brightening agent and clears the marks and pigmentation. Many people from across different countries like the UK, USA, India, China use it to get advantages, like it gives healthy skin, heals allergies, treats asthma, improves digestive health, stimulates immunity, etc. The most beneficial feature of orange peels is that it gets from its soothing essential oils. Apart from healing use, these peels can be applied in the form of face packs, cleansers that keep your skin revived. Along with the phytonutrients and flavonoids, an orange peel keeps a high vitamin C content, which is useful and hence eliminates oxidative stress from the human.