Mad Rabbit Co-Founders Selom Agbitor and Oliver Zak Return To Shark Tank to Reveal What They’ve Been up to Since Winning Cuban’s Investment the First Time Around

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After securing a $500k investment from Mark Cuban when Mad Rabbit first came onto Shark Tank in 2021, the tattoo skin relief care brand is back to share what they’ve been up to since!

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Mad Rabbit is a clean and natural tattoo skincare brand. Despite being a relatively young brand, the company has made quite the splash in the tattoo skincare industry. Notably, when Mad Rabbit initially appeared on the popular venture capitalist show, Shark Tank, on March 26, 2021 - they secured a $500k investment for a 12% stake from none other than Mark Cuban himself.

Now, earlier this month, Mad Rabbit Tattoo co-founders once again joined Mark Cuban on Shark Tank in order to share what they’ve been up to since first appearing on the show a little over a year ago.

Oliver Zak shared, “We are so excited to finally share the latest news from Mad Rabbit. From making our first product in a dorm room, to our initial episode, to where we are now…we’ve come a long way and we can’t wait for everyone to see the exciting deals we’ve Inked this year.”

Since their first appearance on Shark Tank in March of 2021, Mad Rabbit has effectively tripled their revenue, have greatly expanded their retail presence, and have even managed to sell one Tattoo Balm every 90 seconds. Mad Rabbit continues to rapidly expand in the skincare market and has some major growth planned for the next year to come.

Having already preserved over 2 million tattoos, Mad Rabbit is looking to build on the stellar reputation that they’ve already cultivated.


About - Mad Rabbit’s products have excited the tattoo community since 2019. Founded by two friends with a passion for tattoo’s, Mad Rabbit is a clean and natural skincare solution to aid the healing of tattoos and their lifelong aftercare. Mad Rabbit’s “no nonsense” approach values clean ingredients so consumers don’t have to worry about unnecessary toxins and ingredients found in traditional tattoo skincare products, which often fail to deliver. Their focus encompasses a full cycle tattoo skincare routine from preventative + post aftercare to daily tattoo skincare solutions.

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