UPRIGHT’s products are the only posture wearables that go directly on your back, to help you develop improved posture. In today’s tech-oriented world, we’re all slouching and going out of alignment as we constantly look at devices, drive, sit and read, etc. The Upright Go vibrates when you slouch, to help you correct your posture. You’ll look better AND feel better. Singers need good posture/alignment…so does everyone!
Use this facial steamer to instantly moisturize your vocal cords. Your voice works more easily when your vocal cords are moist, so be sure to steam twice a day. It’s also good for your nasal passages.
This is a newer version of the steamer in pink.
1Warm Steam Vaporizer – Just the thing for dry noses and vocal cords, especially in houses with forced air heating. Run it while you sleep for soothing moisture.
With a True HEPA filter, it captures 99.97% of dust and allergens as small as .3 microns in size! More than just a filter, the UV-C light kills germs, while the charcoal filter captures odors. A valuable product for singers and other professional voice users with allergies.
GermGuardian AC4825 22” 3-in-1 Full Room Air Purifier, True HEPA Filter, UVC Sanitizer, Home Air Cleaner Traps Allergens, Smoke, Odors, Mold, Dust, Germs, Pet Dander, 3 Yr Warranty Germ Guardian
(8535 customer reviews)
4 used & new available from $80.52
Genuine Germ Guardian filter for the FLT4825 3-in-1 Air Purifier
The same great features as the Germ Guardian listed above, in a more compact size. Perfect for a dorm room or office.
GermGuardian AC4100 3-in-1 Desktop Air Purifier for Home, HEPA Filter, UVC Sanitizer, Air Cleaner Traps Allergens, Smoke, Odors, Mold, Dust, Germs, Smokers, Pet Dander, Germ Guardian Room Air Purifier
(1399 customer reviews)
3 used & new available from $51.99
Genuine HEPA Replacement Filter E for AC4100 3-in-1 Air Purifier
Great lozenges for people with voice issues. Only two ingredients, and they taste great!
GoOrganic Organic Hard Candies, Honey (Pack of 6) – Lubricate your throat without drying menthol.
Good-tasting drug-free way to soothe a cough and loosen mucus, with dark honey, herbs, and extracts.
Throat Coat Tea is very popular with singers. Great for soothing sore throats.
Cleanse and moisturize your nose without the hassle of using a neti pot. Preservative and drug-free.
XLEAR Natural Saline Nasal Spray – This drug-free nasal spray alleviates congestion, relieves sinus pressure, and moisturizes nasal tissues. It’s natural, safe, and effective, prevents bacteria from sticking to nasal membranes, and even washes away dust and pollen.
The same great product in a 2-pack.
This great product to soothe your winter-dry nose is aloe/steroid/fragrance-free to reduce the possibility of adverse reaction.
The same moisturizing formula for dry nasal passages. Two wetting agents, steroid-free.
Buy these great nasal moisturizing products in a combo pack.
A non-medicated lubricating nasal spray. Use whenever needed to moisturize nasal membranes that have been dried out by indoor heat or air conditioning.
A pleasant-tasting way to moisturize dry mouth caused by use of medications, allergies, mouth-breathing, aging, radiation, etc. Sugar-free and non-medicated.
These sugar-free, sodium-free lozenges moisturize dry mouth caused by use of medications, allergies, mouth-breathing, aging, radiation, etc.
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