Saturday, 3 February 2018

Boroline hacks: different ways of using it

I think, I’m assuming but most of us Indians are already aware of what Boroline is. It is basically an Ayurvedic cream, with antiseptic properties. As it says in its packaging as well, it is enriched with natural lanolin, it protects and soften the skin. So now that we have an idea of what Boroline basically is, I might as well tell you the ways in which it can be used in ways that makes it more than just a cream. One more thing before starting, this is a heavy cream so for all the ones with oily skin I’d say it shouldn’t break you out but still be a little careful maybe do a patch test or something just to be on a safer side.

MRP- 34 Rs Quantity- 20g

Now let’s start:-
1)      It can be used as a lipbalm to be kept overnight or also under your favourite matt liquid lipstick. Your lips will thank you for this. Keeping this overnight on your lips will make them soft and supple when you wake up in the morning, plus if you have any problem of chapped lips or something, this will take care of it.
2)      Night cream, yes it can be used as night cream (preferably in winters, as it is a heavy cream) and your skin in the morning will be as smooth as a baby’s. It is really very good especially for dry skin. I have a combination skin but I use it as a night cream like once a week but only in winters, I cannot use it in summers. So oily skin people can give it a try first in small area to just have an idea of how it works on their skin.
3)      Got a dry patch! I understand how irritating can it be in a weird way for the feeling cannot even be explained. The remedy you ask? Just apply a little Boroline in the affected area and keep it overnight. A thick layer would be good, it will all settle.
4)      If you constantly suffer from dry hands and feet, this is the best solution. Take a good amount and massage your hands and feet with it. You’ll wake up with smooth hands and feet in the morning but try doing it every day before you sleep. If not every day, maybe 3-4 times a week.
5)      As a handcream, not just at night, but during the day as well. It will keep your hands all nice and moisturized and it has a good smell too. The size of it is just perfect to keep it in your handbag, carry it everywhere you go so that your pretty hand can always be moisturized.

6)      This is quite interesting. Well, if you’re like me and have problem with artificial jewellery, this might come in handy for you. Apply Boroline on the part of the earing that goes inside your earhole, I don’t exactly know what would that be called but I hope you can understand through my explanation. So, put that part through your ears after applying Boroline on it. For me, although it did help the first time I did it, but it was more helpful when I did it 3-4 times, so that my ears can get used to the metal without any infection. Honestly, it was a bit painful the because somehow the metal was't suiting my ears and I was doing it 3-4 times but not on consecutive days, instead after 2-3 days to give some rest to my ears, I was able to wear artificial earrings.

If you by any chance are wondering about the packaging, then I must tell you that it I am not a big fan of it, I mean it is extremely basic in the sense that it comes in a olive green cardboard box inside which is an aluminium tube, which also has the same colour. Also the fact that it can leak without opening the cap if you press it too hard is true. For the aluminium tube is very thin and gets holes from anywhere in the middle on pressing too hard. So just keep these things in mind about the packaging but for 34RS I don’t think the packaging should stop you from buying it because the qualities of the product overpowers the packaging.
I would like to conclude now by saying that above are some of the ways in which I have used this product, there can be many many more ways of using it, I would really like ‘you’, the one who is reading this and has used this cream in any other way to share it by commenting down below, I would love to know how have you used it.
I end my post here, lots and lots of love and peace upon you.
With love,

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