Holographic Labels – Holographic labels come in different types of patterns for customers to choose from. They are printed on holographic material or applied afterwards by cold stamping or hot tamping the holographic pattern onto the label. Holographic labels are a special feature that makes a product more difficult to counterfeit, therefore acting as a security measure.
Tactile Screen Labels (Embossed Labels) – Tactile screening means giving texture to a label. This includes adding a pattern, embossing or decorating the label. Tactile screens are often done for the logo of a company. This enhances and authenticates the label to prevent counterfeit product.
Braille Labels – Braille is another type of tactile screen. Adding a line of Braille increases the security of a product.
Overt / Covert Labels – Overt labels feature characteristics that are easily seen. These include holographic labels, tactile screen (embossed) labels and Braille labels. – Covert labels use inks that can only be seen with a blacklight. When the light is illuminated, these particular parts of the covert label can be seen to authenticate the product. This provides a security measure for products such as pharmaceuticals, vitamins, foods or other goods.