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Personalised Cosmetic Labels for Your Brand
We Produce Labels for beauty industry, ranging from Skin care to cosmetic line. For cosmetics generally two types of labels are produced, one goes which goes on the front of the products with logo and the other goes on the back and includes their ingredients and Bar codes. If labels are be produced for tester pots and samples of your cosmetics, adding a personalised label is best way to get people to see your brand try your product.
If you think your cosmetic products will come into contact with a significant amount of moisture or water then look at our waterproof paper and plastic label (pp) materials. All our materials can withstand small amounts of water however paper and brown Kraft paper can’t take much but added Lamination can make these paper labels to withstand harsh environment to certain degree. All our labels have permanent adhesive.
UK Cosmetic Label Regulations
Please follow the UK regulations for cosmetic labels if you intend to sell your products in UK, which are as follows:
- All ingredients used are clearly stated.
- Show best before date for your product if your product is likely to degrade within 30 months of manufacture.
- Should also Include an address of manufacturer
It is important that you thoroughly research the cosmetic labelling requirements before planning your label design. This will make sure you have included all the necessary elements. If you are selling your cosmetics outside of the UK and within the EU you need to be aware of the EU cosmetic labelling requirements shown below.
Product labelling in the European Union (EU) is regulated by law, namely the EU Cosmetics Regulations (1223/2009). The aim of these regulations is human safety.
A label must be easily read and indelible, and include the following information:
- Name and address of manufacturer or supplier
- List of ingredients
- The amount contained (volume or weight)
- Date of minimum durability (“best before date”) or a “Period After Opening” (PAO)
- Warning statements and precautionary advice
- Batch number or lot code
- Product function (when appropriate and if the use is not obvious)