Hi girls, This is winter time and a very common time to develop rough patches on skin and frequently chapping lips. Yes, we all love those fancy colorful products but at times, it is nice to go back to products that have been trusted for generations One such age old cream is Boroline. I am sure many of you might still be remembering the Musical tag line of this product, that went like ‘Khushboodar antiseptic cream boroline’. For those of you, who still have not laid their hands on this wonder product, Here goes the Boroline Antiseptic Ayurvedic Cream Review.
Boroline Antiseptic Ayurvedic Cream is manufactured by GD Pharma and has remained exactly the same since it’s very introduction apart from the packaging. This is an all purpose cream for minor cuts and bruises to dry and chapped lips to dry patches of skin that occur often in winter. Boroline Antiseptic Ayurvedic Cream contains boric acid, that works as a mild antiseptic. Then there is zinc oxide, which is an astringent and also promotes healing of wounds. Lastly there are white petroleum jelly and anhydrous lanolin that give this cream is emollient and moisturizing properties.. The name of this cream is derived from its ingredients, Boroline Antiseptic Ayurvedic Cream is combination of essential oils, waxes and its remarkable antiseptic properties are a result of boric powder and zinc oxide.
Price: Rs. 40/- for 40 grams
Directions of using :
- 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.
Shelf life: 5 years
Smell: Pleasant Ayurvedic herbs
What Boroline Antiseptic Ayurvedic Cream claims
A protective and soothing emollient for chapped skin, cracked nipples, cuts and dry skin diseases.
My experience with Boroline Antiseptic Ayurvedic Cream Product
There are so many creams and lotions available in market now a days. Still, there are certain products you trust blindly. Honestly, I do not like Boroline Antiseptic Ayurvedic Cream for my face but I love using this on my lips, knees, elbows and even the heels of my feet. This comes in a tube as well as a tub packaging. Consistency of this cream is quite thick. So, you have to rub it into your skin literally. It takes some massaging to absorb into skin but It does get absorbed completely. It does leave a little sticky feeling behind. So, I would really suggest that it is fine for day use on your elbows and knees. For hands and feet, the best way to use ot to apply it and wear socks and gloves and go to sleep. In morning, you would get baby soft skin. Also, it is great to heal cracked heels. It also heals dry and chapped lips like magic. Due to astringent and healing promoting properties of Zinc Oxide it works great on minor burns, cuts and bruises. It has a pleasant, soothing and moderate smell. Very dry skinned ladies can even use it on face. Due to it’s deeply moisturising nature it plumps up skin and takes care of fine lines too. My mother uses Boroline Antiseptic Ayurvedic Cream on her face. However, oily skinned ladies should avoid it. Also, it is advised not to use it over pimples. It hydrates skin very well since it is oil based and even contains white petroleum jelly. It has a very long shelf life so, you need not worry about expiry date too. It is dirt cheap. A wonderful product for the price that one has to pay.
A great multi purpose cream for winters. It has been trusted for generations now grab a pack now.
Good about Boroline Antiseptic Ayurvedic Cream
- Deeply hydrates skin
- Multi purpose cream
- Extremely affordable and travel friendly
- Trusted for generations
- Pleasant smell
Bad about Boroline Antiseptic Ayurvedic Cream
- Tub packing is bit unhygienic
Availability: Super easy
Fashion and Beauty Rating: 4/5 ♥♥♥♥