Unique labels types that make common labels for household products extraordinary

Labels on the containers of various household products, cosmetics, and medicines are supposed to inform the end users about their composition, price, date of manufacture and expiry and so on. But have you ever wondered how would it be if labels could also be very innovative?

If you have not given so serious a thought on mere labels for household products and other products then these unique labels is sure to bemuse you.

Scroll down to read in details about them.

  • In mould labels

If you have always thought that labels come in the form of a rectangular shaped paper that is stuck on the product container, here is time you must change your conception. There is a unique type of label which is known as the in mould label.

The uniqueness of this label is that it remains fused with the container and is totally permanent in nature.

If you are interested to have a look at these labels, rush to your kitchen to have a quick glance at the labeling of your plastic made butter or cheese pot. You will find them!

  • Resealing labels

These reseal labels are somewhat versatile in nature. This is because they are able to execute the dual role of sealing a package simultaneous with serving as the product label.

These labels come in various form. Sometimes they are in the form of rolls of adhesive tapes with brand and product information imprinted on them. At other times, they come in the form of rectangular or square labels too that are stuck right at the opening of boxes and cartoon containing a product.

Are you wondering now where have you seen these labels? Well, they come with the ready to eat lunch packet that you often order in your office or the ready to use face wipes that you carry in your handbag.

  • Die cut labels

Die cut labels are mostly meant for increasing the aesthetic appeal of a product container. In a way, you can say that these labels serve as ‘attention magnets’ and are supposed to drive the attention of the end-users towards the information present on them.

Thus, the uniqueness of these labels lie in the special sizes, shapes and contours in which they come.

However, besides aesthetics these die-cut labels are also considered essential for product containers that come with irregular and unique shapes and cannot accommodate regular labels.

  • Dry peel labels

Functionally, the dry peel labels are just the opposite to that of the in mould labels. This is because they are not permanent at all and when slight jerk is applied they get completely peeled off.

Basically, some sorts of adhesives are used for holding these labels in place. However, these adhesives are manufactured in such a manner that they can be removed easily.

Now you may be curious to know where you will get such labels. These generally come as stick on’s over the regular labels of your baby diapers, body lotions, detergents and other products that promise to give you some ‘cash back’ or ‘recharge voucher’ or such offers in the next purchase.