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Lip Balm Labels
Lip balm is an essential product for healthy lips. If you are making your own lip balm products then having professional grade but affordable lip balm labels is important. Our material is glossy, waterproof and bubble-free for easy application to a standard sized lip balm container. Want to make lip balm labels at a different size (than standard lip balm containers) then click here.
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Everyone loves the cool relief of their favorite lip balm... now, turning up the cool factor is easy with custom lip balm labels and chapstick labels from StickerYou! Lip balm is not only practical, it can also serve as a uniquely eye-catching party favor or swag item, and it deserves its own unique and eye-catching lip balm label! Use custom lip balm, chapstick, or lip gloss labels to send guests save-the-date reminders for winter weddings, personalized invites or party favors for parties or showers, stand-out swag items for networking events or trade shows, and of course create beautiful custom lip balm labels for DIY beauty product enthusiasts.
StickerYou’s online label editor with lip balm label templates lets you easily create labels for various sized lip balms, lip glosses, lip tints, and chapsticks using your own logos and designs. You can also take customization to the next level by creating custom labels from your favorite photographs. All of our lip balm labels feature bubble-free adhesion, and can be applied as smoothly as your lip balm itself. We also offer no minimum order quantities on our customized lip balm labels, so you can easily and economically order different custom labels and designs before deciding which label works best for you. Make your balm the bomb with incredible customized lip balm labels and chapstick labels for StickerYou.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: How do I know which label material my lip balm labels will be?
A: When it comes to choosing a label material for your lip gloss labels, you have a few options. If you're ordering a lower quantity or small batch (ie. less than 250 units), you can have your lip balm labels printed on either white or clear vinyl. This comes down to personal preference - white vinyl is great if you'd like opaque colors and a white or colored background, and clear vinyl is excellent for a sheer finish with a clear background. If you're ordering more than 250 units, you can also have your lip balm labels printed on rolls. This means that you could get into more specialty finishes, like foils, scratch and sniff, and more!
Q: What's the difference between a sticker and a label?
A: There's not a huge difference - you can order either product for your lip balm products. In general, we refer to a product as a "label" if it's being applied to a product, but you can also call it a sticker if you'd like, as technically you are sticking it on! We also often refer to a product as a label if you're having it printed on a roll, as typically people use roll labels in order to brand and package their product. If you need some help deciding what product is best for your quantity and use case, feel free to as usk for help! You can contact our sales team at [email protected], we're here to help.
Q: I'm looking for a specific brand color on my lip balm label, do you offer Pantone matching?
A: Unfortunately not, however, we can convert your Pantone colors to CMYK! With our digital printing processes, we print all of our products using CMYK inks. We recommend you design your print files in this color space, as what you're seeing on screen will closely match what you receive when your product is printed. This will also avoid you having to convert your files from RGB to CMYK. In general, RGB color space is typically used to display screen colors, meaning that it offers colors that can't necessarily be printed using the CMYK print process.
Q: How do I know the exact size I need for my lip gloss labels?
A: We offer a standard lip balm label template that you can use to customize and make your own personalized labels. This size is meant to fit most standard lip balm sizes. If you'd like something custom, you can simply upload your artwork directly to our Sticker Maker. You'll be able to completely personalize your design, shape, material, and quantity. We recommend you physically measure out your lip balm tubes prior to ordering, to ensure the size you receive will perfectly fit your products!
Q: How durable are custom chapstick labels?
A: We pride ourself on durability and product quality! We print our vinyl pages on a durable, waterproof, and weatherproof material. This means that your lip balm labels will remain in-tact and vivid for their product lifetime. If you have more of an industrial product and would like added durability, we also offer a permanent vinyl material, and can UV coat your labels. However, if you're making packaging for your lip balm labels, our standard vinyl will definitely be more than suitable.
Q: I think I made a mistake with my order, how can I contact you?
A: Do not fret! We have a whole dedicated team to ensure you receive the exact product you want. You can contact us by e-mailing [email protected], and one of our reps will reach out to you to correct the situation. If you already received your product and aren't satisfied, please reach out to us so we can remedy the situation!
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