Botanical Name: Arnica montana
Extraction Method: Infused
Description: Arnica is a flowering herb which belongs to the same family of flowers as is the daisy and mainly grows in Siberia and central Europe, as well as temperate climates in North America. It is popularly known by an array of names like Mountain Daisy, Leopard’s Bane, Wolf’s bane, Mountain Tobacco, Mountain Snuff and so on.
Arnica oil is extracted by infusion of dried Arnica flowers in a base of Sesame and Jojoba oil. For centuries, arnica has been used as a homeopathic treatment for skin, scalp, and hair conditions.
Reduces Hair loss: Topical application of arnica oil may clear sebum oil and other debris on the scalp which blocks hair follicles. It may also reduce inflammation that causes itching and irritation and leads to hair loss. It also improves blood flow to the scalp and stimulates hair follicles.
Dandruff Treatment: Dandruff is caused by scalp irritation, dry skin, or a fungal infection. Applying arnica oil may improve your scalp’s texture and relieve symptoms of itching and inflammation.
Reduce Split Ends: Arnica oil has the power to strengthen hair from roots to tip. It infuses hair strands with healthy proteins which decrease appearance of split ends.
Premature Greying: Arnica oil extends the lifespan of hair follicles and keeps them healthy. By improving the overall health of hair, it may be possible to fend off greys that are showing up early.
Reduces Inflammation: Arnica oil may help relieve pain and inflammation and is effective in controlling muscle soreness, stiffness, sprains etc.
Provides skin nourishment: Arnica oil is one of those magnificently versatile oils, with antimicrobial, antibacterial, and antiseptic properties. It contains certain active compounds which are skin friendly and provide required nourishment. Arnica oil is also quite helpful in diminishing the appearance of stretch marks.
Product Color: Yellow to amber green colored slightly viscous liquid
Skin Type: Suitable for all skin types
Storage: It is recommended to store carrier oils in cool dark place to maintain their freshness and maximum shelf life. If refrigerated, bring them to room temperature before use.