The Smiling Voice

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The Smiling Voice provides voice workers the best elements that nature offers us care of your instrument.

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  • Smiling Propolis Gummies
    Smiling Propolis Gummies
    10,00 €

    Smiling Propolis Gummies

    Our sweet natural propolis gummies. They have a smooth and soft texture, and they are the perfect allies to recover your vocal range with just a small gesture at any time during the day. Instant and effective relief.
    10,00 €
    10,00 €
  • Smiling Herbs
    Smiling Infusion Herbs
    12,00 €

    Smiling Herbs

    Our magical mixture of herbs is ideal to relief vocal and respiratory conditions and keep our vocal apparatus at its 100%. Specially designed for voice professionals, and completely natural, Smiling Herbs gathers numerous properties and benefits for your voice.
    12,00 €
    12,00 €
  • Smiling Infusion Herbs
    Smiling Infusion Herbs
    12,00 €

    Smiling Infusion Herbs

    Our famous Smiling Herbs come in a convenient single-dose format so that you can take them with you wherever you want. Enjoy their flavour and benefit from their effects at work, during a rehearsal, or on the go. Don't forget to sweeten them with Smiling Thyme Honey for a more powerful flavour and enhanced benefits!
    12,00 €
    12,00 €
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    Smiling Thyme Honey
    Miel de tomillo
    10,00 € 6,00 €

    Smiling Thyme Honey

    From the honeycomb directly to your home through a 100% natural process, with careful collection and bottling by our exclusive vendor on the Mediterranean coast. All the benefits of honey plus the properties of the thymus: A perfect match!
    10,00 € 6,00 €
    10,00 € 6,00 €

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Mar13
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