March 2012

Vitamin Labels


Unlike some types of labels, vitamin labels have the added task of not only being visually appealing but also informational. For example, vitamin supplements need to tout all of their ingredients, information on how these minerals and vitamins can help buyers live a healthy lifestyle and the recommended dosages users should take.

As a result, creating short-run and test labels is often a process that takes time, as multiple versions of the final labels need to be printed and refined. And while this process used to take weeks, vitamin companies that are looking to ensure their product catches the attention of the market may want to invest in an affordable printer that can help them increase the quality of their short-run and specialty labels sooner.

Printing custom labels on demand with LX-Series label printers
With LX-Series label printers from Primera, business owners can print vitamin labels that allow buyers to see all of the important nutritional information with clarity. With a 4800 dpi print resolution, companies that specialize in nutritional supplements, vitamins and other related items can ensure that all of their labels are perfect before hitting the press.

Crafting defining labels with LX-Series label printersSince LX-Series label printers come equipped with NiceLabel software, business owners can make the process of creating labels quick and easy. And since the software works with both Macs and PCs, users can enjoy the easy-to-use interface no matter what kind of computer they use at work.

The benefits of an LX-Series label printer
When working with third-party label providers, businesses used to need to schedule lead times and meet minimum order requirements, processes that could take added time and drain a company's valuable resources. However, by buying an LX-Series label printer from Optimedia Labs, business owners can gain the tools they need to circumvent these concerns, creating eye-catching packages for top products that will be sure to cause a splash.

Cosmetic labels


When cosmetic and personal care companies look to send a new line of limited edition or seasonal products for market research, testing or inclusion in specialty gift baskets, they need an affordable and reliable way to tackle this task in-house so that the job can be quickly completed on schedule with the highest degree of quality.
As a result, many bath supply, tanning lotion, lip balm, soap, spa, aromatherapy and make up businesses look for a quality label printer that can print cosmetic labels without many of the drawbacks that come from working with certain industry providers.

Meeting client needs with an affordable, quality label printer
With professional printers, such as the Primera LX400 and LX900 color label printers offered by Optimedia Labs, cosmetic companies can satisfy the needs of their customers and clients. For instance, for short-runs for specific clients, businesses can print cosmetic labels quickly and easily in a way that allows them to respond to client concerns in minutes, not days or weeks.


Using versatile printers for cosmetic labelsWith the flexibility provided by Primera printers that can work effortlessly with Windows and Macintosh computers, cartridges that allow business owners to use every last drop of each type of ink and the ability to use Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator to customize each label, business owners can ensure these short-run products labels uphold the high standards they set for their companies.

In addition, with a Primera printer that can handle whatever a company’s marketing team can imagine, business owners can ensure the graphics, illustrations and photos that they use will be printed in the highest resolution.


Working with Optimedia Labs for your cosmetic label needsWith our Primera LX400 and LX900 color label printers, business owners that are looking to produce high-quality labels can do so without many of the drawbacks that can come from working with certain printing providers. With Primera color label printers,there are no lead times, minimum order requirements, plate and die charges or obsolete label inventory.