Custom Medical Labels
We Carry FDA Approved Label Materials
Printing labels right the first time is always important. However, with medical labels it is paramount to your product. Before legal distribution in the United States, medical products must meet stringent FDA guidelines.
Labels in the medical industry are similar to labels created for pharmaceutical products. For instance, the label must be durable enough to withstand constant handling and stick to the surface over time. We carry a variety of FDA approved materials to satisfy labeling requirements and achieve the look you want.
Marijuana and Cannabis Labels
We print a variety of custom labels for medical marijuana and cannabis-related products such as oils, edibles, supplements, and more. Our extensive inventory of label materials will ensure that your labels not only look great but work seamlessly with your product’s packaging. Looking for design inspiration? If so, check out our blog post on cannabis labels and packaging design trends.
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Attention Grabbing Medical Labels
A unique shape or eye-catching material can add visual appeal to custom medical labels, making it easier for consumers and medical professionals to spot your product. We have thousands of cutting dies for you to choose from, and hundreds of material options to achieve the exact look you want. A problem we’ve seen our customers encounter is that there isn’t enough space on one label to include additional statements.
A great solution for including extra information that customers, vendors, or employees need is multi-layer labels. Also known as expanded content labels, this specialty label product applies to a variety of medical items. These labels are dual-layered laminated panels that attach by a hinge to a pressure sensitive label. With no adhesive residue, the resealable top panel of the multi-layer label can peel back cleanly to reveal copy printed on the back of the top panel and on the top layer of the base.
Check out our article on labeling guidelines for pharmaceutical and healthcare products to get more info.