CV Labels provides a range of quality, self-adhesive labels for the healthcare market, customers include manufacturers of over-the-counter (OTC) medicines, treatments and testing kits.

These include 2 and 3-ply, digital braille, expanded content labels and even plain paper labels.

Over-the-counter medicines

OTC medicines are usually not exposed to the same range of environments as other pharmaceutical products. Typically, they are stored in standard room conditions.Tablets, creams, ointments and liquids are mainly packaged in plastic, metal or glass containers, with no migration risk involved. However, they still need to provide the required information and meet regulations, particularly for security and anti-counterfeiting.

We can provide you with a comprehensive range of pharmaceutical label products that will allow you to comply with the Falsified Medicines Directive for packaging of prescription drugs and high-risk, over-the-counter medicines.

Compliance is achieved by incorporating tamper-evident features,such as labels which tear, split (the laminated layers separate), or flake if there is any interference.

2 or 3-ply labels

If you need to provide the end-user with a lot of information on the product, we can manufacture a range of 2 and 3-ply labels. These can have up to five surfaces which can replace an information leaflet.

Between the layers of this label is a repositionable adhesive, with a thin strip of a permanent second adhesive to form the hinge. A non-adhesive tab is used to open the label and reveal the additional information on the two inside panels.

Leaflet Labels

leafletECLs have space for far more information than conventional labels.

The design makes it ideal for directions for use, informative labelling, multilingual information and various promotional activities.

Plain paper labels

While we provide a range of sophisticated, specialised label solutions, we also provide a range of plain paper labels for use in the pharmaceutical and healthcare markets. These can be used for:

  • Pharmacodes
  • Reverse or sequential numbering
  • Batch codes
  • Lot numbers
  • Expiry dates
  • Back numbering for stock reconciliation