Robinson’s Remedies Lip Renew was born out of the reaction to their first product, Lip Repair for Cold Sores. When Ken Robinson conceived of Lip Repair, he worked with a team at the US Botanical Safety Laboratories to create a product that not only provided rapid relief of cold sores, but rapidly reduced swelling of the lip tissue while soothing and moisturizing dry and cracked lips. It was so effective at reducing inflammation and moisturizing that musicians who DO NOT get cold sores were buying the product, finding that it helped tremendously!
They set about researching how to deal specifically with what wind musicians really wanted: a product that helps them improve their endurance. What they found is that reducing inflammation is only part of the solution. In addition to lip swelling and fatigue, the muscles that help create the embouchure also fatigue. And after the physical stress of playing, excessive lactic acid builds up in the muscles which reduces endurance and inhibits recovery.
Working with expert formulators at USBSL, after weeks of testing under real life performance conditions by a group of professionals led by Walter White, a formula was created that is truly a game changer!
Try it for yourself and see!
- wax free
- absorbs in seconds
- pleasant vanilla mint flavor
- all natural formula
- quickly reduces inflammation
- helps prevent excess lactic acid build up in muscles
- supports oxygenation and blood flow to the muscle
- heals cuts quickly
- can even be used during performance without wiping off
This revolutionary and patent pending product is free of waxes, petrolatum, camphor, saccharin, alcohol or harsh chemicals. It contains a blend of minerals, amino acids, plant extracts and oils that our research indicates has three key benefits.
First, it rapidly reduces swelling of the lip tissue.
Second, it reduces muscle fatigue in part by preventing the accumulation of lactic acid in the muscle tissue.
Third, it improves oxygenation and blood flow to the muscle tissue. And that gentle cooling and tingling sensation? That’s how you know it works!