Jacqueline Jossa is launching first beauty range as she trademarks her name for 'cosmetic products'

JACQUELINE Jossa is launching her first beauty range, which looks set to include hair oils, body scrubs and bathing lotions.

The business savvy 28-year-old has trademarked the name NIXIE for her latest venture and is set to get working on the range, after her application was approved last month.

She will be able to sell up to 17 different hair, facial and body products under the brand, which is part of her company  Ella Oil Ventures Limited.

Jacqueline set up Ella Oil last year, which is reported on Companies House  as ‘retail sale via mail order houses or via internet’.

 She also has her performing arts business EMJ Entertainments.

The mum-of-two rose to fame playing Lauren Branning in EastEnders before being crowned Jungle Queen in I’m A Celebrity 2019.

Since then she has worked on a number of different projects and made some serious money. 

She has a very lucrative clothing range with In The Style and works as an influencer, being paid for posts online.

She was reportedly paid around £500,000 for her range and is thought to raked in even more after it was the company's biggest launch ever.

Jacqueline and her husband Dan Osborne recently moved into a £1.2 million six bed home, which they are renovating. 

 The star, who shares daughters Ella, six, and Mia, two, with Dan, 29, has said she never dreamed of owning a house like that.

It boasts a large kitchen and living room, as well as an additional study, fireplace and garden, while Jacqueline and Dan's room has its own dressing space which Jacqueline describes as a "makeup glam walk in wardrobe room".

Last year Jacqueline’s husband hit back at critics of his advertised posts saying he did them because he needed  "feed my kids and pay my bills just like everyone else".

The dad-of-three’s income took a hit after his tattoo shop was forced to close during the coronavirus pandemic amid lockdown laws.

He said: "People assume that because you've been on TV once, that you're rich.

"No! I have to make a living as well."

The Sun Online has contacted Jacqueline's rep for comment.

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