When producing lip balm labels we’ve seen that having a range of material types and finishes is important but the durability of the label is key. Labels on Lip Balm’s are handled more than most other labelled products. The label tends to surround the whole product and the product itself is constantly handled. So how can you ensure your label looks great but remains tough enough to last?
What regulatory information do you need to include and what font size does this need to be in? Certain print methods might not be suitable for printing the smallest size text.
How will your labels be applied? If they are to be applied automatically then the orientation, label gap size and thickness will need to the checked.
HD Labels offer a wide range of materials for lip balm labels and can supply free samples for testing prior to ordering. We’d always recommend that you apply sample labels to the containers that you intend to use prior to ordering any labels.
Digital printing can offer a cost effective solution for short run printed labels. Reasons for customers preferring this to having labels printed for them include:
For low to medium run sizes then the Afinia L502 is a durable printer ideal for lip balm labels. This is often combined with a semi-automatic label applicator such as the Bottle Matic 2. The foil printer from DTM Print (show right) adds another finish type.
Do give us a call to discuss any specific requirements that you have.
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