Arnica is most commonly used for pain caused by osteoarthritis, sore throat, surgery, and other conditions. Arnica is also used for bleeding, bruising, swelling after surgery, and other conditions, but there is no good scientific evidence to support these uses. Arnica can also be unsafe when taken by mouth.*
Arnica montana is a yellow flower from Europe and North America and is well known for its traditional use for a variety of different ailments. Among its most popular uses are the benefits it brings to the skin and that’s what this article will focus on. Here are two reasons why arnica is perfect for your skincare regime.
Inside Arnica montana are a number of compounds that are great for the skin, namely, flavonoids, volatile oils, sesquiterpene lactones, carbonic acid and coumarins. They are thought to soothe & cleanse the skin, when used as part of a skincare regimen Arnica montana.
Arnica montana is traditionally used in bruising when used as a herbal cream. You may have used it to heal the bumps and bruises that you or your loved ones may pick up during a busy, active lifestyle.**