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Sunscreen Mist

Sunscreen Mist on Shark Tank

Spray On Sun Screen Booth - Episode 625 - 5/8/2015

Spray on Sun Screen Mist
Sunscreen Mist Booths appearing
on Shark Tank in Episode 625
May 8, 2015
 Not many Shark Tank products offer the Fans also a way to profit from the opportunity, but the Sunscreen Spray-On Mist Booths certainly does. The Sunscreen Mist Station is like a coin operated car wash where you're the vehicle getting misted with an even coat of sunscreen covering your entire body. Instead of rubbing sun screen on the traditional way that usually requires another person, you just spray it on yourself with an even mist.

The thinking out-of-the-box and into a booth entrepreneurs behind Sunscreen Mist is Josh Kaplan and Tony Fayne, who'll be appearing on the next Shark Tank Show this Friday night in Episode 625. Grant it this isn't a normal Shark Tank product lot's of Fans will rush out and buy after the Episode, but you will see these all over Beaches, Swimming Pools and Resorts very soon.

The cost to buy one of the Sunscreen Mist Booths is not available on the site, so we'll have to wait until the Show airs to find out. What's known is Sun Screen Mist is actively looking for Distributors not only in the USA, but around the World.
According to the site, once you're approved for an Exclusive Distributor, you'll have exclusive rights to this patented technology covering your entire State. That might be on a case-by-case basis depending on the territory, but at this time, all Distributor's control their entire State.

To get an idea how profitable the Spray-on Sunscreen Mist Booths can be in the right location, along with several other relevant facts, the video below answers several of those questions.

Sun Screen Mist Review before Shark Tank Appearance

 How much would you spend getting an even layer of sunscreen painted all over your body? Would you pay a couple of bucks if for nothing else, the convenience a Sun Screen Mist offers? Considering the consequence's when not protecting your skin from the Sun, this certainly seems like a bargain especially if you forget to bring your lotion.

It's a great all cash business no doubt but is this concept worthy of a Shark Tank Investment? It just might be considering how much time the Sharks lounge around the pool in between Seasons of the Shark Tank Show. The contacts already established at their favorite Hotels, Resorts, Country Clubs, and Beaches is enough to put Sun Screen Mist firmly on the map from day one. But will they be willing to invest and endorse the best sunscreen applicator on the market? Or will Tony and Josh get burned on National TV?

Watch Sun Screen Mist this Friday night on a Brand New Episode of the Shark Tank Show and see if Josh and Tony can make a deal with the Sharks or get burned on National TV.

Sunscreen Mist Website


  1. Its 30k to get to be the distributor. Then you get to buy the units and sell the units.

  2. I thought it was a great idea that I would absolutely use. Was there a patent involved in any of the technology?