If you’re selling hand crafted shampoos, conditioners, lotions, or any other bath and body items, you’ve probably thought hard about labeling and packaging your goods. Don’t you want to stand out on Etsy, Amazon, and your local farmer’s market? Of course, you do! OnlineLabels.com has everything you need to transform your blah labels into an eye-catching packaging that your customers can’t resist.
As a business owner you know, even if your products are the best on the market, if the labels don’t grab your customer’s attention, your sales won’t be as high. And, we know, you want your sales to soar.
When picking out labels for bath and body items, it’s imperative that you select the waterproof ones. The reason why is that you don’t want the ink on your label to be rinsed away the first time your customer uses it in the shower. Onlinelabels.com’s waterproof labels don’t smear at all. These labels are available for both laser and inkjet printers and are incredibly easy to print out at home.
Next, you want to find a label that fits the size of the bottle that you will be storing your bath and body goods in. You don’t want a label that is too small where you can’t fit everything you need to say on it. In addition, you don’t want to have a label that is too large for your bottle. Make sure you measure your bottle before ordering so you can find the best label for your needs. You can select from a wide-variety of shapes like ovals, circles and rectangles (with sharp and rounded edges). Click here to see what types of shampoo bottle labels that we recommend.
When designing your labels on Maestro Label Designer, you can easily upload your company’s logo and use it on each of your products’ labels so your product line looks cohesive. Don’t have a logo? No worries! Select an easy-to-read font and add all of the essentials your label needs like:
- Your company name
- Product scent
- Any interesting information about the product
- Ingredient list
Remember, you don’t have to squeeze all of the information on one label. You can place a second label on the back with other important information, like your website so your customers can reorder!