Durability of Cosmetic Labels
Labels for cosmetic products have to withstand rigorous handling from purchase to your customer's purse. These products also come in a multitude of sizes and shapes. For over 25 years, we've printed pressure sensitive labels for foundations, lip balms, lotions and many other types of cosmetic packages. Chances are we have the size, shape, and material you need in stock and ready to print.
There a few important tips to consider when developing a cosmetic label. To learn more about what to look for in a cosmetic label, visit our article on cosmetic labels.
Your custom printed cosmetic labels from Consolidated Label will:
- Stand up to rough handling. Your dedicated customer service representative can help you select the best materials and coatings so your cosmetic labels always look beautiful.
- Stay beautiful for the life of your product. Most cosmetics end up being tucked away in a purse and being constantly scratched and rubbed against, and we've learned what material and laminate combinations are the most durable for almost every situation.
- Look great on the shelf. Cosmetics buyers are faced with more options today than ever before. Crisp graphics and vibrant colors help customers choose your product.
Did you know?
- In many cases, the type of label material you use will be dependent on the contents of your package and how it's filled. Our customer service representatives can help you determine the best label stock for your application.
- Give your cosmetic product a high-end luster with metallic or holographic label stock.
- "Green" or Natural cosmetic products are currently enjoying growth. We now offer recyclable labels and stocks sourced from renewable materials.
- By law, you must identify the manufacturer or distributor (by name) on the cosmetic label and have a way for the customer to reach them.
- Cosmetics ingredients must be listed on the label in the order that they appear in your formula. The ingredients must be identified by their botanical name.
- The Department of Weights and Measures requires the actual weight of the cosmetic product both in standard and metric to be disclosed on the label.