Hello there, Pros!
Last time we shared with you some handy home tips to take care of the most important work tool you all have: your voices! Today we want to share with you some products that will come in handy for your daily work as voice artists, which we found out browsing around on Amazon. For this, we’ve selected items that have a great score and reviews from the people who have used them and that fit the daily routine for a Pro.
Score: 4.3 out of 5
The Vocalzone Pastilles provide relief to the vocal cords after excessive speaking or singing, as well as soothing the throat. The pastilles contain Menthol oil, Peppermint oil, Myrrh and also beeswax, and they are super easy to take: put a pastille in your mouth and allow it to dissolve, while you inhale. You can find different quantities at different prices: the one we feature in this article is for a single box of 24 pastilles.
Score: 4.8 out of 5
Price: $10,57 (2-box offer)
If you’re looking for a more natural alternative that doesn’t need too much preparation, herbal teas are always an option. This blend helps to keep a healthy throat with ingredients such as slippery Elm, liquorice, and marshmallow root. These ingredients provide a slippery, smoothing effect when ingested. The blend also has a sweet and silky flavor that is welcome by its users. You can take this tea with a bit of honey as well for extra care! Let the tea bag steep in hot water for 10 to 15 minutes and before taking it out, squeeze it to get all the goodies from the blend. It also helps relieve bad colds as well!
Score: 4.2 out of 5
Another natural alternative, but you can think of this one as an on-the-go relief. The spray contains natural ingredients such as ginger root, Aloe Vera and honey, that give instant relief . Most users give it a try before and after their gigs, which helps them soothe any throat inconveniences beforehand. It also helps to prevent any injuries during performance.
Score: 4.1 out of 5
Price: $11,99 for Kindle, $15,92 for paperback.
It’s good to have handy tools to take care of our voices, but it’s also great to learn about the experience of a professional in the voice industry. The book by Joanna Cazden shares her experience and medical information for the best treatments. A book that is a valuable source of trusted information in an era where tips are right at the palm of our hand but aren’t always trustworthy.
Score: 4.1 out of 5 stars
This particular throat spray is used by singers, voice artists, and speakers. This alternative is not as natural-oriented as the ones we’ve mentioned before, but it uses all safe ingredients that we can find in home remedies like Aloe Vera and glycerin. It also has a nice honey-apple taste, and it doesn’t include any alcohol or numbing substances, antihistamines or antibiotics that can cause secondary effects for its users. What it does is that moisturizes the throat and helps the thickness and flow of mucus in the sinuses and passageways of the throat.
Which of these products are you more interested in? Have you tried any other alternatives? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below!
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