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Curie Body Care Update | Shark Tank Season 13

Tired of trying natural deodorants that just don’t work? Curie might be the best aluminum-free alternative for you. Sarah Moret brought her successful deodorant company to Shark Tank Season 13, but will the sharks bite? Find out in our pitch recap and Curie update.

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

Sarah Moret appeared on Shark Tank Season 13 and left with a deal from Mark Cuban and Barbara Corcoran for $300,000 for 10% equity + 4% in advisory shares. In terms of a Curie update, the company is still in business and has surpassed $1.6 million in sales. Further, Curie sold out during a live QVC event and has been working closely with Barbara Corcoran to grow supply and expand into the retail space.

Shark: Result:
Mark Cuban and Barbara Corcoran $300,000 for 10% equity + 4% in advisory shares
Daymond John $300,000 for 30% equity
Lori Greiner No Offer
Kevin O’Leary  No Offer

Shark Tank Curie Update

Shark Tank Curie Update

  • Entrepreneur: Sarah Moret
  • Business: Aluminum-free deodorants and hand sanitizers
  • Ask: $300,000 for 5% equity
  • Result: $300,000 for 10% equity + 4% in advisory shares
  • Sharks: Mark Cuban and Barbara Corcoran

Curie makes aluminum-free, skin-safe deodorants. They are meant to be alternatives to natural deodorants that sometimes don’t work as well. They offer stick deodorant, spray deodorant, whipped body wash, and more.

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Showcasing the products’ efficacy, Sarah reveals the deodorant is keeping her underarms cool and dry even under the heavy pressure of a Shark Tank pitch.

Getting into the financials, Sarah Moret reveals that Curie has $125,000 in sales over the first year of business. However, Curie isn’t profitable yet.

Sarah raised $1 million on a convertible note in 2020, a move that had the sharks a little hesitant. However, Curie is set to do $2 million in sales by the end of the year.

Kevin O’Leary is the first shark to go out. He thinks Sarah is a powerhouse, but it isn’t his space.

Mark Cuban quickly goes out, as well. He has had issues with this business model before and doesn’t want to go down that road again.

Barbara Corcoran, however, thinks that Sarah raised money too early. According to Barbara, this is a ‘fatal error,’ and because of this, she goes out.

Next, Lori Greiner agrees with Barbara and bows out as well.

This leaves Daymond, but he is unsure. Still, he offers $300,000 for 30% equity.

Sarah attempts to counter for 12% equity, but she is ultimately unable to sell him on the idea.

At the last moment, Mark and Barbara come back. They’ve decided to go in on a joint deal due to Sarah’s impressive display.

Together, they offer $300,000 for 14%. Sarah attempts to counteroffer $400,000 for 14%, but they refuse.

Sarah is worried about valuation, so continues to try to negotiate. Eventually, the two sharks agree to $300,000 for 10% equity and 4% in advisory shares, and Sarah secures a deal.

So, did the Shark Tank deal make a difference for Sarah and her company? Let’s find out in our Curie update.

During Shark Tank Season 14 Episode 6, we got an official Curie update. Before Shark Tank, the company wasn’t profitable, but since airing it’s done over $1.6 million in sales and is making a profit.

Even better, within 24 hours of airing, Sarah sold out of product and had a waitlist of 15,000 customers!

After a few more rounds of selling out, she had an appearance on QVC that sold over $140,000 in 16 minutes. Additionally, Sarah has worked with Barbara to get new manufacturers and distributors and has opened two warehouses.

Our Curie update research also found that the brand has partnered with Equinox, a luxury fitness club brand, which sells Curie at all of its locations. It can also be found at Nordstrom, Bloomingdale’s, and Anthropologie, as well as in SoulCycle gyms across the country.

In a blog post on the Curie website celebrating the first anniversary of the Shark Tank episode, Sarah goes through some big milestones the company achieved in the prior 12 months.

Some big achievements include appearing on the Today Show and Good Morning America and adding three new staff members to the Curie team.

She’s also been taking full advantage of Barbara’s mentorship, including attending her Entrepreneur Summit in NYC.

With endless enthusiasm and a pair of sharks on her side, we’re excited to see what the next Curie update reveals for Sarah’s company.

For more company updates from the other companies featured in Season 13 Episode 15, look here:

Make sure to check out our other company updates from Season 13 on our Season 13 products page.

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Kimberly is a writer for Shark Tank Recap. She has written episode summaries and updates across multiple seasons of Shark Tank, with a focus on complete and accurate information since 2021. She believes that getting the business aspects of each deal correct is extremely important for viewers and fans. Her favorite Shark Tank products are The Wobbles and Rocketbook!