The name Boroline is derived from itsingredients, “Boro” from boric powder, which has properties,and “olin” as a variant of the Latin word oleum, meaning oil.
- The cream is combination of essential oils, waxes and its remarkable 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 anauspicious significance.
- Keeping these values in mind, elephant was chosen asBoroline’s logo, hoping that it would bestow luck and spell success. The logocaught on.
In the rural heart land of India, Boroline is still known as the”hathiwala cream” (cream with the elephant logo). Boroline, the original antiseptic creamof India reflects the trust of generations of consumers.
To three generations of Indian consumers, Boroline has evolved as a caring and trusted member of thefamily to whom one turns to when in need.
Family values and tradition havecontinued to be an integral part of Boroline’s brand profile. Boroline is atruly heritage brand Direction of Use: Cleanthe skin well and then apply Boroline – gently massaging in the cream.
Warmingup Boroline and using it in molten state increases its efficacy – specially incuring skin infections. Incase the cut is open and deep, it is advisable to apply Boroline only when thecut has closed and begun to dry up.
During early stages apply Suthol and keepthe cut covered and dry.