Caitlyn Jenner yanked her applications with the United States Patent & Trade Organization for her own skincare line after a blowout fight with ex-wife Kris Jenner, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned.
"Caitlyn ultimately pulled her skincare line because Kris went off on her," a Keeping up with the Kardashians source told Radar. "Kris thought that Caitlyn was trying to sabotage Kylie's skincare line and use their shared last name to profit off of it."
The Blast was the first to report that the former I Am Cait star filed for "express abandonments of all of her skincare applications, including Jenner Skincare, Skincare By Jenner, Caitlyn Jenner Skincare, and Caitlyn's Skincare."
According to the outlet, trademark officials felt that Caitlyn's application was too similar to that of her daughter's Kylie and Kendall Jenner, which would cause confusion among customers.
As fans know, Caitlyn's ex-wife Jenner, 63, helped Kylie, 21, launch Kylie Cosmetics in 2016 — a beauty and makeup empire now worth almost $1 billion dollars.
"Kris owns a large stake in Kylie's company and saw Caitlyn's attempt to start her own skincare line as a direct threat to hers," the insider told Radar.
According to the source, however, Caitlyn was offered a sweet incentive to pull her applications!
"Kylie was not as bothered by it as Kris was," the source said. "She wants to make this up to Caitlyn by giving her a line of cosmetics or skincare products to be sold and distributed under her company."
"Caitlyn knows that she will make more money piggy-backing off of Kylie's success than by doing her own launch," the insider said. "That is a given."
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