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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by bachstradivarius, Jan 17, 2013.
I let a cellist lick my lips whenever she wants. I usually return the favor.
There you have it... YOU will NEVER have dehydrated lips as long as your cellist is around... I guess that would make you her beau
Carmex... The Buzz word for Hydration! That should be their marketing slogan to trumpet pickers.
Carmex, and it also comes in different flavors!!!!! --- BAG BALM, a product for cow's udders is also very nice product, I mean if you need some udder reason to not use Carmex!!!
Is this KT's last post and he has mooooo-ved on?
luckily I caught the tail end of your joke, ole GM, ole buddy, ole pal ---- and I got to tell you that your joke smelled like the south end of a cow that is facing north!!!!
OK so KT's still milking this thread too... And I promise.... No more bovine posts by me from here on out... No bull!
My routine has always been drinking lots of water, Chopsaver any time I'm outside, and Chopsaver right before I go to sleep. Served me well through many winters and I never had any trouble with chapped lips until a few months ago...
When this winter started I was having a lot of trouble for some reason. I got a humidifier for my room and it makes a huge difference. I would highly recommend getting one if you don't have one already.
If you've plenty of house plants and water them like you should, you shouldn't be having a humidity problem inside. Outside in severe cold wind (as I have been sounding TAPS) I slather my whole face and my lips with clear aloe gel. No complaints!