Let’s take a deep dive into what a nutraceutical label looks like, what information is on the label and any other special features they may include.
Vital Proteins Beauty Gummies
The label is 3.25” x 9” with a bottle size of 400 cc. Clean “face” of the wrap-around label with not too much type. One panel included the supplement facts, ingredients, manufacturer, facts about the manufacturing facility, warnings, how to use the product, and storage information. The other panel included promotional information about the product, the company website, and FDA disclaimers. The label was white BOPP, printed in two colors (PMS pink and black) with no coating or laminating.
The label is 2.25” x 6.75” with a bottle size of 180 cc. The “face” of the wrap-around label is a large solid black background with reverse white text, along with gold and red inks.
One panel included directions on how to use the product, supplement facts, ingredients, FDA warning, and a string of numbers indicating the batch and a use-by date.
The third panel included warnings, money-back guarantee, manufacturing information, and a barcode.
The label was printed on white litho stock, with three PMS colors (black, red, and metallic gold) and flood gloss varnished.
The label is 2.125” x 5.625” with a bottle size of 100 cc. The “face” of the wrap-around label shows an image of a brain along with the benefits of taking this brain performance nutraceutical.
One panel includes the directions, supplement facts, distributed by information as well as a Lot number and expiration date.
The other panel includes warnings, website and phone number, and FDA disclaimer. The label was white litho stock and printed in 4 colors with spot gloss uv.
Each label was eye-catching in its own way. The Vital Proteins label was the largest and stood out because of the pink ink. The Qunol stood out because of the black solid with pops of red and gold. The neuriva stood out because of the interesting graphic of the brain.
All three labels had fonts that were easy to read. The Vital Proteins has the smallest font on the supplement facts panel and was difficult to read. The smallest bottle and label, neuriva, had the largest font size and was easiest to read.
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Please note that this is a product that was bought for personal use – this is not a sponsored post.