Piper Wai on Shark Tank
|PiperWai All Natural Deordorant|
appearing on the
Shark Tank 2015 Holiday Special Episode 712
While many business partners appearing on the Shark Tank have been working together a long time, the two owners of Pier Wai all-natural deodorant go all the way back to their first lemonade stand at a very early age. From that first taste of feeling what it's like running a successful lemonade stand, Jess Edelstein and Sarah Ribner already knew someday they'd start a real business together. Exactly how they leveraged a lemonade stand into an all-natural deodorant product and the beginnings of an All-Natural Brand can be seen in the PiperWai Indiegogo video below.
|PiperWai Natural Deodorants|
Piper Wai recently completed the successful crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo raising over $28,000 on August 20, 2015. While those numbers are impressive for the first of many other all-natural products to follow, a single night after this year's Shark Tank Holiday Special should easily set brand new records for this start-up business.
PiperWai Reviews before Shark Tank Episode 712The biggest question most people will have is "What does Piper Wai Deodorant smell like"? The reviews unanimously said they liked how PiperWai smells, coming from both Men and Women. It's an all-natural fresh smell that's not overbearing. One review said it smells so good they wanted to eat it though I doubt it's recommended.
As far as comparing this new Shark Tank product to other all-natural antiperspirants and deodorants on the market, one review stood out as someone who's tried them all. The 5-Star Review say's in part, "I have tried numerous natural deodorants and honestly, they are all garbage. They either fail mid-day or don't prevent sweating. I have been using the PiperWai Natural Deodorant for a month now and absolutely love it". Overall ratings for the PiperWai before their Shark Tank appearance is an impressive 4.6-Stars out of 5.
Watch PiperWai Deodorant on the Shark Tank 2015 Holiday Special this Friday night, 12/11/2015, and see if the Sharks really can smell a good deal when they see one.