Monthly Archives: May 2014

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    Create new sunscreen labels to grow summer sales.Great Sunscreen Labels are a Necessity

    Now that the days are getting longer, it's time for your brand to rethink its sunscreen labels. Sun lotion sales are about to spike as consumers head outdoors more frequently. Whether they're on their way to the beach, pool or day hike, sunscreen is necessary to maintain dermatological health. Since sunscreen bottles tend to get left at home or shoved to the back of a cabinet when they are most needed, it's likely that shoppers will pick up a new bottle soon to replace the ones they have misplaced. Use bright colors and clear legible text on sunscreen labels to make sure shoppers choose your product when they run to the convenience store.

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  • Are your cosmetic labels summer-ready?Update Custom Cosmetic Labels to Prepare Items for Summer

    Now that the weather's getting warm again, it's time to change up your custom cosmetic labels for the new season. With the prevalence of sunlight in the coming months, customers will be worrying about their skincare regimens. More sun means an increased desire for UV protection and new makeup styles. In summer, women like to go for a sun-kissed tanned look that can give an appearance of being in the sun without the corresponding skin damage. Another typical summer makeup trend is to reduce the appearance of makeup for a more low maintenance look, but this doesn't mean you don't have the potential to grow makeup sales in summer.

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  • Tesco Confuses Shoppers With Warnings on Product Stickers
    British grocery store Tesco recently added nut allergy warning labels to many different product stickers. The store printed warnings about nut allergies for products ranging from potatoes to tonic water, Daily Mail reported. Because of the confusing nature of the custom food labels, thousands of consumers signed a petition for the grocery chain to have the warnings removed unless the products posed a real threat. A spokesman from the company apologized for the confusion and said that when the stores' packaging practices changed, a number of products may have been mislabeled.

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