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Thursday, October 16, 2014

Cherokee Skincare and Toiletries

In 1936, Prince Matchabelli filed for a trademark to use the name Cherokee for a skin care and toiletry line. Ultimately it was used for a shade of face powder.





Consumer Reports: Buying guide issue - Volume 14, 1949:

Page 272


The name was reserved for use for the following types of products:

Skin Care:

  • Astringents
  • Astringent Cerates
  • Bleach Creams
  • Beauty Creams
  • Cold Creams
  • Cleansing Creams
  • Obesity Creams
  • Refreshing Creams
  • Vanishing Creams
  • Skin Lotions
  • Obesity Astringents
  • Face Bleaches 
  • Face Packs
  • Eyedrops
  • Skin Whitening in Liquid, Cream or Solid Form

Cosmetics:

  • Eyebrow Grower
  • Eyelash Grower
  • Dry Rouge
  • Liquid Rouge
  • Face Powders
  • Chemical Preparations for the Darkening of Eyelashes and Eyebrows


Other Toiletries:

  • Body Lotions
  • Talcum Powders
  • Dusting Powders
  • Hair Pomades
  • Body Powders
  • After Shave Lotions

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