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PRISTINE Cleansing Sprays Update | Shark Tank Season 10

Cousins Jessica Karam Oley and Brandon Karam, pitched their cleaning company during Shark Tank Season 10. PRISTINE Cleansing Sprays is focused on eliminating harsh chemicals that can be found in toilet wipes. Their spray is an alternative option that can be sprayed directly onto toilet paper before wiping. Will this duo convince a shark to invest? Find out in our PRISTINE Cleansing Sprays update!

If you’re short on time, here’s a quick overview of what happened to PRISTINE Cleansing Sprays after Shark Tank!

Jessica Karam Oley and Brandon Karam, appeared on Shark Tank Season 10, and made a deal with Lori Greiner for $50,000 and 25% equity in their company. In terms of a PRISTINE Cleansing Sprays update, the company is still in business, but the deal with Lori never finalized. Despite this, their products are generating around $1 million in sales each year.

Shark: Result:
Lori Greiner  Accepted deal for $50,000 for 25% equity
Bethenny Frankel No offer
Robert Herjavec No offer
Mark Cuban No offer
Daymond John No offer

Shark Tank PRISTINE Cleansing Sprays Update

PRISTINE Cleansing Sprays update

  • Entrepreneurs: Jessica Karam Oley and Brandon Karam
  • Business: Cleansing Sprays
  • Ask: $50,000 for 20% equity
  • Result: $50,000 for 25% equity
  • Sharks: Lori Greiner

Founders of PRISTINE Cleansing Sprays, Jessica Karam Oley and Brandon Karam, wanted to create a product that actually left bottoms clean after using the toilet. However, they say that toilet paper doesn’t do the best job, and wipes often have harmful chemicals.

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That’s why they created their line of PRISTINE Cleansing Sprays, which can be sprayed directly onto the toilet paper, to get the job done well. The sprays are also suitable for diaper changes, and can be sprayed onto cloth or dry wipes, or directly onto the child’s bottom.

With such a unique product, Daymond John wanted to know how the founders came up with it. Jessica shared that as a busy mom of 3 little kids, she’s had to wipe a lot of bottoms.

One of her kids was having severe reactions to nearly every baby wipe that she tried. Another child, while potty training, was inadvertantly flushing wipes down the toilet.

All of this led Jessica down the path of finding a better solution. That’s when she partnered up with her cousin Brandon, who had similar issues, so together they created the company.

Jessica and Brandon revealed that in the current year, they had generated about $11,000 in total gross sales.

All of these sales came through the Amazon marketplace. A single bottle costs $1.50 to manufacture, while it retails at about $7 per unit.

There are competitors, however they use toxic ingredients. Therefore, they believe their products are better.

Additionally, they want to introduce an automatic, no touch sprayer product, that sprays their product onto the babies bottom.

Some of the sharks seemed interested in potentially making an investment in their company. However Robert Herjavec was not one of them, so he dropped out.

Mark Cuban cited a potential conflict of interest with a company known as Dude Wipes, so he also dropped out of the negotiations.

Bethenny Frankel loves the concept, and the founders. However, she feels that there’s still a lot of work to do, so for this reason, she is also out.

Daymond John feels that there’s too much competition in this market space, and because it’s a sensitive topic, people don’t want to talk about it. Because of this, he goes out next.

Lori Greiner decided to make a contingent deal of $50,000 for 25% equity, under the condition that another company under her umbrella known as Squatty Potty would help pick up the product and promote it. Jessica and Brandon hesitantly accepted the contingent offer from Lori Greiner.

Was this the right decision for the partners and for Lori? Keep reading our PRISTINE Cleansing Sprays update to find out what happened following Shark Tank!

We have mostly good news to share in our PRISTINE Cleansing Sprays update. The deal with Lori never did finalize, perhaps due to the Squatty Potty contingency.

However, despite this, the company is doing well today, with an estimated annual revenue of $1 million. Products are still available on Amazon, as well as the PRISTINE Cleansing Sprays website.

Since Shark Tank, they’ve expanded their product line to include Body Cleansing Sprays, which they advertise as being like a shower in a bottle.

If we learn anything new about PRISTINE Cleansing Sprays, we will certainly let you know. In the meantime, you can check out our other company updates from Season 10 Episode 10, by following the links below!

For even more on companies and products, be sure to stop by our  Season 10 products page!

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