Rebsons Labels is a leading cosmetic label manufacturer situated in Johannesburg, South Africa. With more than 60 years’ experience in the label manufacturing industry, Rebsons Labels is able to guide and advise you on any cosmetic label requirements you have.
Cosmetic labels come in a variety of sizes and colours. They are also required to stick to a number of different surface textures and shapes. It is therefore important to choose a cosmetics label manufacturer that has experience with this and can advise the best solution for your requirements. Rebsons Labels is an expert at manufacturing cosmetic labels and will be able to do just that.
Examples of cosmetics labels include:
– Make-up Labels
– Face cream labels
– Beauty product labels
– Body lotion labels
Contact Rebsons labels today for your cosmetic label needs.
There are several useful labelling techniques that can be incorporated to give a cosmetic label the edge.
- Double-sided labels – This is great for clear liquid products as the information can be read through the container. This creates another dimension to the packaging and also maximises on space.
- Embossed labels – This is a way to raise certain aspects of the label, providing a tactile 3D sense to the product.
- Waterproof labels – For cosmetic products such as cleansers that require water, it’s important that the label is waterproof and won’t wear away.
- Hand tags – When you can’t fit all the necessary information on the label, hand tags are an attractive and practical solution.
- Hot foil stamping – This is a gold or silver stamp on the label that adds style and highlights valuable product information.
What do you include on a cosmetic label?
Make sure you research exactly what information you will need to include on the cosmetic label, so that you’re in line with all necessary regulations. Then make sure all the information included is correct. Typically, a cosmetic label will include:
- Identity statement explaining what the product is used for;
- Content statement including weight or numerical count;
- Business details including address;
- Distributor statement that outlines ‘distributed by’ or ‘manufactured by’;
- List of materials in the product;
- Warnings and cautions about potentially hazardous products; and
- Ingredient list.
What container type do you need?
In terms of product packaging, it will obviously depend on what type of cosmetic product you’re selling. Containers come in different shapes and sizes, which will determine your cosmetic label type as well. Some of the typical cosmetic packages include:
- Airless bottles