Caitlyn Jenner has withdrawn her trade mark applications for her skincare line

Caitlyn Jenner has encountered some issues with her latest trade mark applications pertaining to her skincare line. The US Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) informed the former Olympian that her ‘Jenner Skincare’ and ‘Skincare by Jenner’ names were too similar to pervious trade marks registered by her ex-wife Kris Jenner and her daughters Kylie and Kendall.

Following her application to register ‘Jenner Skincare’ and ‘Skincare by Jenner’, the USPTO sent a letter to the I Am Cait star stating that the said names could confuse customers into believing that the rest of her family were connected with her products. It is imperative to appreciate that Kris and her daughters already have registered trade marks that relate to beauty and skincare e.g. ‘Kylie Cosmetics by Kylie Jenner’.

Apparently, officials had allowed the 69-year-old reality star to employ ‘Caitlyn Jenner Skincare’ and ‘Skincare by Caitlyn Jenner’ as then there would be no scope for confusion. However, it appears that Caitlyn has had a change of heart regarding her venture into the skincare market and has withdrawn all her trade mark applications. According to rumours, Caitlyn and Kris had a massive row over this matter and the latter seems to have come out on top.

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