Multi-panel labels, also known as extended content labels, are becoming increasingly common in the pharmaceutical industry. These labels consist of multiple panels that can be folded out to reveal additional information about the product, such as dosage instructions, contraindications, and potential side effects. The use of multi-panel labels for pharmaceuticals is driven by a need to provide consumers with comprehensive information while also ensuring that packaging remains compact and easy to transport.
Multi-layer labels, also known as peel-and-reseal labels or multi-ply, 2-ply, 3-ply labels, are types of labels that consist of multiple layers of printed material, each of which can be peeled away to reveal additional information or instructions.
Over-the-counter booklet labels Over the counter booklet labels are an innovative way to provide customers with detailed information about a product in a convenient and easy-to-use format. These labels are designed to be affixed to a product, such as a medication or a cosmetic item, and contain detailed information about its use, dosage, and potential […]