Shark Tank Season 13 Episode 12 features an easy-to-use organic skin care product line born from a personal need; confidence-boosting swimwear; a convenient tool that helps combat an annoying problem; a jewelry brand made from a unique recycled material; an update on Bunch Bikes.
Season 13 Episode 12 in depth
Guest sharks this season include Emma Grede, CEO and co-founder of Good American and founding partner of Skims; actor and comedian Kevin Hart; Peter Jones, dragon on Dragons’ Den; Daniel Lubetzky, founder and executive chairman of Kind; and Nirav Tolia, co-founder of Nextdoor.
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We listed below every entrepreneur and business who has appeared on Shark Tank Season 13 Episode 12. Many scammers claim they’ve received big investments from the Sharks or they have been on the show. They were not actually on Shark Tank if you don’t see a business on this list. Some of the top places you can use to check are on Wikipedia and also ABC’s episode guide.
List with all the appearances in season 13 episode 12:
Shark Tank Air Date: 01/22/21 – Season 13 – Episode 12
Tania Speaks Organic Skincare – Organic skin and brow solutions
|$400,000 for 10%||$400,000 for 15%||Mark Cuban|
Entrepreneurs: Tania Speaks
Tania Speaks Organic Skincare offers truly unique and luxurious organic skin and brow solutions. Founded by Tania Speaks, this skincare line is dedicated to helping people achieve clear, glowing skin while perfecting their brows. Their products are cruelty-free and certified organic. All ingredients are ethically sourced from around the world and completely free from toxins or irritants.
Tania Speaks Organic Skincare has something for everyone with a range of natural face masks, serums, cleansers, oils, lipsticks and much more. Every product is specifically designed to nourish and protect your skin with active ingredients like aloe vera extract, rosehip seed oil and green tea extract for maximum effectiveness.
It has been featured on popular magazines such as Cosmopolitan, Forbes, PopSugar, TIME Magazine, Black Enterprise, Adweek, and more.
|$500,000 for 10%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Lelia Shams
Founded by Lelia Shams, TA3 Swim is located in Los Angeles, California. TA3 has created the perfect swimsuit for any individual shape as it appears on Shark Tank. Leila Shams invented them due to disappointing experiences with swimwear causing her to stay home during the summer. TA3 promises to provide design swimwear to go with and meet the requirements of all body shapes, from sizes XS to 3X.
TA3 Swim is a swimsuit manufacturer that creates swimsuits in a variety of sizes to suit different womanly figures. This company designs swimsuits that cover the entire body and differ in appeal depending on their diverse shapes and sizes. Any person regardless of size can purchase and wear this brand’s swimsuit with confidence.
This company began selling this swimsuit brand in 2020 when Leila Shams got a start as a fashion designer. Laila is a fashion designer who has previously worked with many top celebrities, which inspired her to start this business so she would be able to buy something she really believed in.
HiccAway – Hiccup treatment straw
|$250,000 For 10%||$250,000 for 20%||Mark Cuban|
Entrepreneurs: Dr. Ali Seifi, Amanda Azarpour, Victor Feldberg
HiccAway is a revolutionary new product that could be the answer to your hiccup woes. This innovative straw is designed to stimulate nerves in the mouth and throat, helping reduce the occurrence of hiccups without the need for medication or other traditional remedies. The straw’s unique design allows users to breathe normally while inhaling and exhaling – something not possible with many traditional treatments.
The HiccAway straw works by stimulating nerve endings around the tongue, throat, and diaphragm which can induce temporary paralysis of these muscles – effectively stopping hiccups in their tracks. It also works to relax tension on these same muscles which can help prevent future episodes from occurring. Plus its small size makes it convenient for on-the-go use or home storage, so you’ll always have a quick fix for those pesky hiccup episodes!
HiccaPaw is dishwasher safe and reusable. Simply remove the cap of the HiccaPaw and place it on the top shelf of the dishwasher. Alternatively, you can hand wash it.
This medical device was invented by American doctor Dr. Ali Seifi and developed to cure 92 instances of hiccups, as acknowledged by the American Medical Association’s journal and featured on the ABC’s Shark Tank show.
Tristen Ikaika Jewelry – rings made from recycled materials
|$250,000 for 5%||$250,000 for 15%||Kevin O’Leary|
Entrepreneurs: Tristen Amal Ikaikamaikai’ikaneokalani Persons, aka Tristen Ikaika
Tristen Ikaika Jewelry is a socially conscious jewelry line that creates fashionable rings made from recycled utensil materials. The rings are made entirely by hand with utensil handles and individual customizations to suit the customers personal preferences.
The company’s ethos is all about reducing environmental impact while creating unique designs. Featuring handcrafted rings with intricate detailing, modern patterns and bold colors, Tristen Ikaika offers a range of styles to meet everyone’s needs and tastes.
The rings are made entirely by hand with utensil handles and individual customizations to suit the customers personal preferences.
Tristen posts inspirational stories such as instructions on how he makes his rings, polls his followers conduct to identify ring names in his latest collection, and requests respondents’ suggestions of names for these rings. He’s discovered through constantly interacting with the followers that they’ve been even more loyal and enthusiastic if they’re interacting directly with him on Instagram.
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