Cosmetic labels more than any other should have an interesting, eye-catching design and be of the highest quality. In this business, it is very often the label, which plays a significant role in attracting the customer’s attention and promoting the quality of the product. We offer different materials and printing techniques so your product can shine. Additionally we take into account the constant handling and varying temperatures, so the materials that we use are durable and strong allowing your labels to maintain a great look for longer.


  • Clear labels (NO LABEL LOOK): 

The cosmetic industry often uses transparent labels which make the container/package more attractive but also allow the customer to see the content. These types of labels are an alternative to direct printing which is often much more expensive.
Clear labels are very often used for printing on the adhesive side, (label reverse print). Thanks to this method the print remains resistant to external factors.

  • Peel-off type or booklet labels:

labels consisting of two or more layers to include more information on a restricted surface, where the top layer is often used for marketing purposes and the informative part is moved to the next layers. They contain all the information you need to communicate to your customers without compromising your brand impact.

  • Individually numbered labels:

This type of product is used in the identification process, where on demand printing is to be avoided.

  •   Shrink Sleeve Labels:

 labels popular in the process of labeling cosmetic bottles and jars The label design is digitally printed on a flexible shrink film that reduces in size (shrinks) through the application of heat. Once the film shrinks, it adapts tightly to the shape of the container or product, creating a sleek label and product package. They can be more durable than self adhesive labels, making them an obvious choice when a product must last despite exposure to UV light, chemicals, water and abrasives.


PP, PE films:
foils resistant to external factors.
Heat-shrink films: 
Special types of PVC, PET and OPS enabling the production of sleevs easily adapting to packages.



With in-mould labeling, cut imprinted plastic films, also known as labels, are placed to precisely fit into the injection mould by means of a handling unit.


Additional features:

  • Holograms
  • ​UV coating with hybrid effects
  • Paste plastic windows