On Shark Tank, viewers will meet cousins from Dallas, Texas, who have created a product that can be used by both children and adults. According to All Shark Tank Products, the product was created by Jessica Karam Oley, who was dealing with her newborn’s red bum from diaper rash.
As many moms know, it’s common for babies to struggle with red, sore and painful rashes thanks to diapers and wipes. The website also reports that her cousin, Brandon Karam, also had an irritated behind thanks to wet wipes. Adults use wet wipes to keep his personal areas clean, but they cause rashes.
The product they pitch in the tank is called Pristine. It’s a toilet paper spray that allows you to clean your behind without the rashes and irritation.
The spray is environmentally friendly and contains natural ingredients, such as aloe, pure apricot oil, and fatty acids from coconut and palm oils.
One of the biggest selling points is that the spray helps soothe the skin, as it cleans. This is something that toilet paper does not do.
According to the company’s guidelines, you should spray between 3 and 5 times per wipe. A few more sprays may be needed for a diaper change.
Unlike wipes, which are tough to flush, the Pristine spray can easily be sprayed onto toilet paper and can be flushed.
You can buy Pristine toilet paper spray from the company’s website, where they are currently on sale for $13.49 for a 4 oz bottle. A 1 oz bottle is $6.99. You can also grab a bottle from Amazon, but the prices appear to be slightly higher there.
Shark Tank airs Sunday at 9/8c on ABC.
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