This week, Shark Tank season 14 will premiere another fascinating episode. Chub Rub Patch whose inventor, Brittany Lammon, works as a hair stylist for WWE, will appear in a future episode. Lammon is from Ohio and starting his own business in 2021. He is preparing to present his company to a jury with the aim of making it bigger and better. Guest shark Emma Grede also appeared on the show. Tune in for the next episode of Shark Tank season 14 on Friday, February 17 at 8:00 p.m. ET to find out what happens when Brittany takes the stage.
Everything you need to know about the Chub Rub Patch before it arrives on Shark Tank season 14.
The Chub Rub Patch, created by Brittany Lammon of Ohio, is an anti-rub patch that allows thighs to breathe and move “without a hitch”. Friction can create rashes and red areas on human skin, and Shark Tank’s solution attempts to eliminate them by providing safe stains without sweating. Brittany Lammon notes on the product’s website that some of us have cracked thighs on a regular basis. She goes on to say that sometimes we avoid problems by not wearing certain types of clothing, but sometimes we just compromise by wearing “an attractive dress and getting tingling in the thighs.”
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“There are no options that are right for me or other s*xy people. I decided to solve the problem. After countless thigh rubs and years of research and development, I created the Chub Rub Patch! An anti-friction treatment that is pleasant, easy to use and lasts all day.”
The sequel to Shark Tank Season 14 is available on the company’s website (thechubrubpatch.com) in a variety of shades, including white, fawn, chestnut, cocoa, and espresso. Customers can purchase the patch in packs of 2, 3, and 5, with the option of subscribing to the patch for $8.27 or a one-time purchase for $8.99. A pack of two contains four patches for $8.99, a pack of three contains six patches for $12.50, and a pack of five contains ten patches for $17.99.
ABC products are hypoallergenic, easy to apply and remove, non-toxic, breathable, and reduce friction between thighs.
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Brittany Lammon, creator and CEO of The Chub Rub Patch, is a WWE makeup artist and hairstylist. She has been a barber for more than two decades and before that she designed a device that helps hairdressers open needles. In an interview with Medium, she talked about how her company is profitable.
“In my opinion, the most interesting story is the way I have gone viral on TikTok many times. This is how my company has been successful. We’ve made some fun short films and it’s great to see how many people have seen them and how many times they’ve been shared.”
Lammon went on to say that her product has garnered a lot of attention, with women reaching out to her to tell her how it has benefited them. Due to the social media platform, Chub Rub Tub is now available in 10 countries.