Shark Tank season 5 episode 27 introduces a commerce flower business; anti-aging lifting strips; a breakaway hanger; tablewear made from renewable plant materials; a follow up of Groovebook.
Season 5 Episode 27 in depth
John Paul Mitchell Systems co-founder John Paul DeJoria and New York Giants owner Steve Tisch appeared as guest sharks this season.
In season 5 episode 27, there is no guest judge.
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We listed below every entrepreneur and business who has appeared on Shark Tank Season 5 Episode 27. 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 5 episode 27:
- Angellift – Reduces Facial Wrinkles
- Susty Party – Eco-Friendly Disposable Party Supplies
- The Bouqs Company – Flowers Shipped From a Volcano
Shark Tank Air Date: 05/02/14 – Season 5 – Episode 27
Angellift – Reduces Facial Wrinkles
|$500,000 for 10%||$500,000 for 15%||Lori Greiner|
Entrepreneurs: Aaron Bruce
AngelLift Dermastrips originated from a simple “a-ha!” moment: the realization that it wasn’t just a coincidence that wearing braces helps to reduce fine lines and wrinkles. The founders of AngelLift set out the replicate that effect, and the result was AngelLift Dermastrips, a non-invasive, non-chemical way to lift wrinkles and sagging skin.
Merely placing AngelLift Dermastrips under the lip for a short time causes the skin in your face to have a long-lasting response. The strip restores pressure that is lost as our gum lines naturally recede with age, and restoring this pressure for just a few minutes a day can quickly produce visible improvements in skin tightness and wrinkle reduction.
AngelLift makes a fantastic Botox alternative that will lift wrinkles naturally while saving you money and visits to the doctor. Dermastrips now have more lifting pressure to address those pesky laugh and smoker lines to help you take back those years.
Susty Party – Eco-Friendly Disposable Party Supplies
|$250,000 for 10%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Jessica Holsey & Emily Doubilet
Susty Party is disposable tableware that is compostable yet colorful, highly-functional, party-ready, and responsibly made in partnership with non-profit factories that employ and empower the visually impaired community.
This plant-based tableware will break down into usable, healthy soil through industrial composting.
Susty Party is a product design company founded in Brooklyn, NY. Their biodegradable tableware has been endorsed by celebrities such as Whoopi Goldberg, Questlove, and Lena Dunham. Susty Party’s mission is to create products that are good for people, the planet and profit
The Bouqs Company – Flowers Shipped From a Volcano
|$258,000 for 3%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: John Tabis
The Bouqs is dedicated to creating a beautiful floral experience for every occasion while saving their customers up to 80% versus a traditional florist. Entrepreneur John Tabis, the brains behind The Bouqs Company, started the business in 2013.
Each bouquet is cut to order and shipped from one of their local farm partners so that you get only the freshest flowers.
With the Bouqs wedding service, you can create your own DIY bouquet or choose from their pre-packaged catalog.
|$80,000 for 30%||$80,000 for 30%||Mark Cuban and Lori Greiner|
Entrepreneurs: Kevin Williams and Glenn Archer
HangEase is a collapsible hanger that makes it easier to hang clothes and get them off the rack. This folding hanger takes up a fraction of the space it used to. It’s so convenient you’ll never leave home without them. Nothing seems to have ever happen with hangease.
Ryan Landis was 10-years-old when he invented HangEase, a collapsible hanger. There are competitors online including iSuperb and Quirky.
Status: OUT OF BUSINESS
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