Sore throat and chapped lips no more; Two new musicians’ products to solve those problems

Musicians have special concerns when dealing with their health. There are certain musicians' products that are vital for optimal performance.

I never leave home without these special musicians' products. Why?

Lip Eze

You see, as a trumpet and saxophone player/teacher, I am always worried about getting chapped lips. Ever since I was 9, I would always carry lip balm in my pocket.

After all these years, I have gotten so quick at applying it, I can easily do it one-handed so I could quickly get back to playing my trumpet or saxophone.

The problem was that not every lip balm worked out for me. The consistency wasn't good, or it had toxic ingredients (like parabens, petrolatum or petroleum or chemical dyes). 

When I learned about Lip Eze, and tried it out, I was ecstatic. The consistency was perfect (not “cakey” or greasy), I could play my instruments with it on, and the ingredients were all organic and I knew what they were (they weren't strange unidentifiable chemicals).

A lot of toxins are taken on through the skin, and if you don't protect your skin and be consciously aware of what you are putting on….. Mel Kotlyar

I wanted to make sure that everyone knew about Lip Eze, and had the same benefits as I did using it.

Vocal Eze

The other concern for musicians, singers (especially), speakers and teachers of all subjects is throat health.

In 1996, an herbalist invented a safe and effective throat spray formula for top singers in the music industry to help alleviate sore throats, scratchy throats, dryness and tickles. All the ingredients are natural and taste great. It was called Vocal Eze.

Vocal Eze is not just for singers. Anyone that uses their voice and throat for their profession (teachers, speakers, and yes, wind musicians) can benefit from taking this product.

Teachers of all subjects, but in particular music teachers, are speaking publicly for up to 6 hours every day for years. The strain on the vocal cords is excessive. Those that teach choir, or sing to/for their students have even more demands placed on their vocal cords.

Listen to the interview with Mel for his simple explanation of how the vocal cords work and how Vocal Eze helps soothe and protect them.

 

Mel's Story

Mel Kotlyar always had a passion for music since he was ten years old, when he took his first piano lesson and, since then, he has participated as a percussionist in various school programs as well as enjoyed being a guitarist and singer-songwriter. He respects all kind of music and has always been inspired by how music can be a gift to those both listening and participating.

Having been diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis as a baby (a genetic disease that affects the lungs and digestive system), Mel has been aware that your level of health equals your level of performance. He remembers when he had to perform but could not because of health reasons and that is where his passion for helping fellow performers and musicians came to be. Today he focuses his purpose and mission in developing and creating holistic products that support musicians, including Vocal Eze and Lip Eze.

 

Your level of health equals your level of performance…  Mel Kotlyar

 

Click here to access the interview

 

 

The special discount for these products has expired, BUT you can still get them by clicking on the link to the right or on the product picture above…

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