Hologram labels can prevent counterfeiting for the productions effectively

In today’s society, in order to maximize profits, people struggle to reduce costs again, so many counterfeit products appear. Especially in some highly profitable industries, such as tobacco, alcohol, cosmetics, luxury products.

The substituting genuine products with duplicate ones is also a common & disturbing phenomenon. However, many product manufacturers are faced this problem & regularly seal their packaging with only ordinary tape. We at Hologramlabel.co.uk provide custom made solutions such as tamper evident hologram labels, security seals and shrink sleeves to protect the product & packaging. These professional solutions if tampered with, will leave a clear evidence that tampering has taken place thereby preventing such a deceit to occur.

Our hologram labels help prevent against substitution of products or against counterfeiting of products, below are a few of the security features that your hologram can contain.

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Security Features:

  • Tamper evident Labels (full/void/pattern release/destructible)
  • Invisible UV
  • Coin Reactive
  • Pen Reactive
  • Thermo-Reactive
  • CLR Hidden Image
  • CLR Hidden Text
  • Scratch off Hologram

What Is the Hologram Labels?

A hologram is an image that has been printed in such a way that it appears to be three dimensional, even though it’s on a 2D surface. Security labels usually use holographic foil for their 3D effects. Holographic foil is thin plastic sheeting that has an image printed on it with a laser. First, a single image is captured from many angles. Then all those angles are printed onto the foil. The result is a picture that looks three-dimensional even though it is flat. Generally, the patterns are simple – regular or slightly irregular shapes, or lines of text – because they don’t need to be very complex to resist tampering or counterfeiting.

hologram labels

The hologram labels material used under the holographic foil is generally a light-diffracting metallic silver, as the holographic images “pop” more against a shiny or bright background. When moved, the diffracted light makes colors and shapes appear to shift and move.

Some people add a tamper-evident layer to their labels. If someone tries to peel off the label, a residue will remain behind in a regular pattern. The most usual residue patterns are the word “VOID” repeated across the surface the label was stuck to, or checkerboard or dot patterns.

These labels are not true holograms in the scientific sense of the word, but they give the illusion of depth and movement. While still difficult to forge, they are more affordable than other types of holographic images.

hologram labels

The label material used under the holographic foil is generally a light-diffracting metallic silver, as the holographic images “pop” more against a shiny or bright background. When moved, the diffracted light makes colors and shapes appear to shift and move.

Some people add a tamper-evident layer to their labels. If someone tries to peel off the label, a residue will remain behind in a regular pattern. The most usual residue patterns are the word “VOID” repeated across the surface the label was stuck to, or checkerboard or dot patterns.

These labels are not true holograms in the scientific sense of the word, but they give the illusion of depth and movement. While still difficult to forge, they are more affordable than other types of holographic images.