Vocal Throat Spray for Singers
Most high end sports cars and almost all race cars use synthetic lubricants in their engines. Between the really high temperatures, extreme pressure and intense friction, plain old oil just doesn’t cut it.
Lap after lap, hour after hour, there’s a lot of wear from all that horsepower.
Although I was surprised to learn about this secret weapon of professional performers, it only makes sense that high performance voices get their own brand of lubricant for their motors too. If you’re going to take your vocal chords for a lap, you might want to grease the wheels with vocalist throat spray.
It’s not just singers who can benefit from these sprays.
I used to teach software training courses and after talking all day, my throat really hurt. On the other hand, my brother is a super sports fan and especially at live games he is yelling and screaming at his team for hours. Teachers and super fans could both use this throat spray. I also see moms in the grocery store who could use this stuff after yelling at their kids all day.
For whatever tickles your uvula, you might consider some vocal spray to stop the squeaks.
Written By: Chad Upton