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Antiseptic Ayurvedic Cream
Works Wonders to
Smoothen Cracked LipsSmoothen Cracked Lips
Cure Cuts & WoundsCure Cuts & Wounds
Soften Elbows & Abraded SkinSoften Elbows & Abraded Skin
Cure Cracked HeelsCure Cracked Heels
Soften Nail CuticlesSoften Nail Cuticles
   Heal Post-operative Stiches
    Cure General Skin Infections
    Smoothen Dry & Chapped Skin
Super Brand 2003-05, 2006-07, 2009-10, 2011-12
How to use Boroline
How to use Boroline
Clean the skin well and then apply Boroline – gently massaging in the cream.
 Warming up Boroline and using it in molten state increases its efficacy – specially in  curing skin infections.
 In case the cut is open and deep, it is advisable to apply Boroline only when the cut has closed and begun to dry up. During early stages apply Suthol and keep the cut  covered and dry.
Where not to use Boroline
Do not use Boroline on pimples which occur due to excessive oil secretion. Boroline being oily itself will aggravate the problem.
 Do not apply Boroline on very deep wounds, which are raw and weeping. Keep such wounds dry and covered, preferably washing with Suthol twice a day and using medication as per Doctor’s advice. Cover with cotton and a clean gauge that allows air circulation.
Boric Acid
Boric Acid has mild anti bacterial and anti fungal properties.
Zinc Oxide
Zinc Oxide is a mild astringent for the skin and has a soothing and protective action in skin infections.
Anhydrous Lanolin
Lanolin is a natural product.

It increases the absorption of active ingredients.

It acts as an excellent emollient. This is due to the presence of alcohols collectively known as lanolin alcohols.

Lanolin alcohols include cholesterol (30%), lanosterol(25%), cholestanol(3%), agnosterol(2%) and various other alcohols (40%).
Boroline’s story
Boroline's Story The name Boroline is derived from its ingredients, �Boro� from boric powder, which has antiseptic properties, and �olin� as a variant of the Latin word oleum, meaning oil. The cream is combination of essential oils, waxes and its remarkable antiseptic properties are a result of boric powder and zinc oxide.

The logo was carefully choosen for. Elephant signifies steadiness and strength. Moreover, to many, elephant has an auspicious significance. Keeping these values in mind, elephant was choosen as Boroline�s logo, hoping that it would bestow luck and spell success. The logo caught on. In the rural heart land of India, Boroline is still known as the �hathiwala cream� (cream with the elephant logo).
Boroline’s Brand Values
Boroline is the original antiseptic cream of India. “ Boroline works wonders” the current sign off reflects the trust of generations of consumers. To three generations of Indian consumers, Boroline has evolved as a caring and trusted member of the family to whom one turns to when in need. Family values and tradition have continued to be an integral part of Boroline’s brand profile. Boroline is a truly heritage brand.
Boroline Jingle
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