Why Do Most Name Labels Now Fail With Suncream?
Label Planet Ltd launches new and improved Stikins® name labels in response to new sun cream formulas.
Following customer feedback this summer, Label Planet Ltd tested its own brand of Stikins® name labels and competitors’
Further investigation into the sun creams used in the test revealed that many of them may have new formulas designed to improve the protection provided by the cream. Enhanced versions of ingredients such as titanium dioxide may have been introduced to improve the performance of “blockers”
In response to finding this issue and its cause, Label Planet Ltd have researched and sourced new advanced ink for its name labels, which have now been tested and found to be resistant to the newer sun creams.
The new and improved sun cream resistant Stikins® have been released into the UK and the Worldwide markets through Label Planet Ltd and its official distributors. We believe that the new Label Planet Ltd products are the only name labels currently available, at the time of this article release, which have been launched to provide superior resistance to the new 2013 formulas used in sun cream lotions.
Label Planet Ltd is an online retailer specialising in A4 sheets of labels for use with laser and inkjet printers, and Name Labels. In 2004, Label Planet developed and launched Stikins®, a new kind of name label for clothing that simply sticks and stays in, with no need for ironing or sewing. Following new developments in materials and manufacturing processes, Label Planet Ltd introduced a second range of Stikins® in 2010. The New Stikins® are made of an advanced vinyl material, and provide one easy name label for multiple uses including clothing, shoes, bags, dishwasher and microwavable items, books and toys. Stikins® are available to order directly from Label Planet Ltd from name-labels.com.