Give Your Brand A Boost
Shrink bands for lip balm are what you need when you want to protect that hot little number you just cooked up in your kitchen. They’re made of cellophane and you slip them over your tubes to seal them. Professional manufacturers use them to make sure their products stay safe and if you’re thinking of making your own cosmetics then you might just want to add these to your supply stash.
Do you really need wrapping film?
Yes. Wrapping and sealing takes your homemade cosmetics to a new level and shows you’re serious about what you create. If you are thinking of either selling or displaying your products you would be wise to use them for customer safety as well. They do several things that can benefit your brand:
- Keep people from being tempted to open your display products.
- Give customers of your homemade products confidence that you take extra care in making cosmetics.
- Keep your custom creations from drying out by caps accidentally coming loose.
Shrink bands for lip balm are the perfect solution and even though you can find other ways to create a seal, these are so simple to apply that once you use them you’ll naturally reach for them when you’re finished with filling your containers.
What are they made of?
It’s simple – cellophane. Keep in mind that these aren’t tape or adhesive. Yes, you can use labels in the place of of film wrappers but it won’t give you the same effect. By using these you send the signal to your friends and followers that you mean business when you make lip balm products.
How do you use them?
Listen, this is easy. Think of them like shrink wrap because that’s what they are. You slip the tubes into the little cellophane wrapper and simply use your hair blow dryer and watch them grow smaller right before your eyes. Pretty soon they’re hugging that sweet little lip perfection.
How To Choose Shrink Bands
Lip balm bands come in a few different types. Which one you choose just depends on personal preference. Here are your options:
- Full wraps to cover your entire slim tubes.
- Partial bands applied only to the seal area.
- Labels with special printing for your brand.
- Perforated wraps for easy removal.
What if you want to make absolutely sure your product is safe? Here’s an idea from the pros. Take your label and apply it to the tubes first. Make sure part of it covers the area where the top meets the rest of the container. Then place your entire container into the wrap. Now, seal it. It’s like a double layer of protection.
Whether you want to go pro with your own line of diy lip care cosmetics or you want to give your cosmetic creations that little extra touch for gifts, shrink bands for lip balm will do the trick. Add a few to your supplies today and get crafting today!