If there is one thing that we have learned from Mark Cuban on “Shark Tank” over the past two seasons, it is this: if he believes that your product is either fake or a scam, he will call you on it. We’re not saying whether or not he is right about a product shown off Friday night in Marz Sprays based on the preview clip below (mostly because we are not really qualified to make that sort of statement), but he clearly does not seem that excited about a product that is meant to be a replacement for people who have trouble taking pills.
What the makers of this product are claiming here is that with their line of handy sprays, you can actually get a stronger dose of the vitamins that you are hoping for than in a single pill, and you don’t have to swallow any sort of horse-sized caplet in order to make it happen. There are actually a line of products here that supposedly help in getting sleep and losing weight in addition to those providing you with your valuable nutrients. Does any of this work? It says on the product’s own website that the statements provided have not been evaluated by the FDA, and that the product is not meant to treat or cure any disease. (They also have photos of such celebrities as Jennifer Love Hewitt and “Dancing with the Stars” pro Chelsie Hightower with it.)
So will any shark bite here despite Mark’s warnings that this product may not be completely legit? If there is any one person we’d bet on ignoring his advice, it’s Kevin O’Leary, if for no other reason than that he is fairly impervious to anything so long as it makes him money.
What do you think about this product based on what we have seen? If you want to see some more highlights from this season, you can do so over at the link here.
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