Peel, Reveal and Reseal Labels

Peal and reveal another label underneath the top layer. Reveal or reseal labels can create extra pages for you to print information on. Also known as piggyback or multi-layer labels. These are ideal to place print extra information on. Great for small bottle labels needing large quantities of text. Such as e-liquid labels.

  • Available in any size
  • Suitable for all products including bottles and cartons
  • Available in material types to suit your application
  • Different print finishes can be applied matte, gloss, spot varnish, specialised ink
  • Increased print area with up to 5 pages
  • Fully printed with a tactile or a blank face suitable for printers
  • Suitable for box labels too
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For e-liquids this is a possible alternative to a printed carton and a patient information leafletOperations Manager. Philippa Griffin

Multi layer Labels

Peeling back the top layer of label to reveal more information underneath can instantly add value to a product displaying product information on how to use the item or the extra information required by legislation.

However they are described our multi-layer labels can either simply reveal, reseal or just separate completely this is known as piggyback label.

The reseal means users are able to close the top layer back when needed this is done with a special adhesive. They will retain the quality look and feel. Unlike peel and reveal labels that do not close up again whilst remaining attached while a piggyback label will separate completely.

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  • Suitable for all sizes and shapes of bottles
  • These are durable labels designed and can withstand oils and chemicals
  • Ideal for compliance labels/warning texts or added value product information.
  • Made suitable for overprinting variable data using thermal transfer printers
  • Variable information can be printed onto your label.
  • Printers and thermal transfer ribbons suitable for finishing labels are available from stock.

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Fully Printed Peel and Reseal

Printing all layers and can include a integrated tactile label included. The tactile label is only used where a requested on products that require this on the handling surface.

Blank Faced Peel and Reseal

The inside layers come printed and the label is run through a Kiaro or Epson colour label printer producing a finished label. This is in response to the increasing amount of legislation that is required on labels. When large chunks of this can be standardised for many different variations.

Your Peel and Reseal Labels

Making sure that all your artwork is print ready and is suitable for a peel and reseal label is essential. The front page artwork and up to two more pages. Face, reverse of face & base of label.

Digital print allows you to create multiple variations. This means one can offer greater variety to customers and remain competitive.

As a Readability customer you can benefit from our extensive experience in label printing. Labels are produced for both durability and aesthetic appeal. We use high quality materials and inks that can withstand the effects of customer handling, product spills, moisture and extended storage conditions where temperature and humidity may not be controlled.

Readability Label Solutions has over 20 years of supplying labels and we know how to deliver cost effective labels and solutions on time.

Commonly used in;

e-liquid label

E-Liquid Bottles

10ml e-liquid nic-shots require extensive amounts of text for TPD legislation. See more about e-liquid labels

make up set

Cosmetics

Cosmetics often have additional information for end users. See more about cosmetic labels

drink labels

Food & Drink Labels

Food labels, particularly ingredients have suggested recipes on the second layer. See more about food label printing

Other Printing Options

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Patient Information Leaflet

As an alternative to peel and reseal labels our folded leaflets will allow you to display all the needed information, see more about Patient information leaflets

 

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