(The following is a guest post by trusted friend of ChopSaver and Certified Formulating Chemist Tammy Lisi. This is her response to the growing trend of do-it-yourself hand sanitizers. Some of this is technical in nature, but to sum up, it is not a good idea, in her opinion.)
It’s the month of March in the year 2020 and we are living in very unusual times right now. We are all adjusting to new ways of teaching and staying in touch. But even with “social distancing,” we can stay more connected than ever with the help of some digital tools. There is a lot […]
ChopSaver Lip Care was invented by a trumpet player. That trumpet player happens to be me, Dan Gosling. I created it for people like me who use and abuse their lips while playing a brass or woodwind instrument. Medical Uses A few years after I developed it, I began to hear from Dermatologists. These Doctors […]
Even though ChopSaver was originally created for brass and woodwind players, it really is for anyone who wants a lip care product that actually works and is willing to pay a little bit more. The challenge becomes, how to get that message out – that it’s not just a lip balm for musicians – without […]
I recently had the distinct pleasure of hearing the world-renowned Canadian Brass, both in performance and in a masterclass about being a musical entrepreneur. An entrepreneur can be defined as anyone who takes on a risk by starting something new, often in a business sense. Canadian Brass will celebrate 50 years as an organization next […]
Recently, we posted the following question on Facebook and Instagram: Here are some of the best responses. “To travel, it’s fun to meet new people that have the same interests as you.” “As a marching band parent I think it amazing the way the kids learn an entire new pregame and halftime routine every year […]
This last pillar may be the most important because, without it, the others are much harder to attain.
First in a Series Recently, my wife Noelle (a professional violinist) and I spoke to the members of the New World Youth Symphony Orchestra. We talked about four pillars of respect that are required for excellence in any musical ensemble. The four pillars are: Respect for the Music Respect for the Conductor Respect for your […]
“We need a new website!”
That is something practically every business or business owner confronts every couple of years.
Hear Michael Martin, Trumpet player with the Boston Symphony talk about why he relies on ChopSaver lip care.