Entertainers secret throat spray

Ultimate hydration for the vocalist.

While we are flattered to number many famous people among our customers, we are equally pleased that it has been helpful to hundreds of teachers of many different subjects at every academic level, choir members, salespersons, members of the clergy, and business and professional people all around the world. Anybody who relies on their voice for work or fun should have a bottle in their medicine chest, supply cabinet, briefcase, car or desk alongside other personal care products. It’s a very inexpensive way to insure your very best vocal quality. At one point it was a “secret” for people in the entertainment field; not anymore!

For anybody who vocalizes
– teachers, speakers and especially singers-
here’s a tip from voice professionals:

Always drink plenty of water to achieve and maintain systemic hydration. This helps deliver moisture to the dry sensitive membranes in the vocal apparatus “from the inside out”. And also spray Entertainer’s Secret in to your throat, via the mouth and the nostrils, to supplement re-hydration of the area “from the outside in”. If you get that part of the anatomy nice and moist, discomfort and vocal distortion often can be remedied and if you keep it that way, you can prevent a lot of unpleasantness from recurring.

Entertainer’s Secret Throat Spray resulted from a collaborative effort of KLI CORP and a Nashville TN otolaryngologist (ear, nose and throat specialist), Richard Quisling, MD, whose practice includes many singers and entertainers. When these professionals’ voices are at less than their best, careers and very livelihoods are at risk. Our goal was to develop a product which could protect the vocal apparatus and restore and maintain voice quality and comfort without doing harm. After trying various ratios of a number of different ingredients, the final formulation of the product now known as Entertainer’s Secret Throat Relief evolved. Once subsequent testing found it to be safe and effective, it was registered as a medical device by the FDA in the United States. The first sales took place in 1984 and it originally was called Moi-Stir 10.