When it comes to correctly marketing and labeling your 2oz dropper bottles, there are a few things you need to know. Different bottle shapes will require different-sized labels, so it's important that you select the right size for your product. Here we’ll discuss 2oz bottles, what size labels work best for 2oz bottles, the different sizing options available for 2oz dropper bottles and what type of label is best suited for each one. Let's get started!
A "two-ounce bottle" is a catch-all term for any type of small glass or plastic container that holds two fluid ounces of liquid. This includes everything from glass vials to plastic bottles. Two-ounce bottles are popular among product manufacturers because they offer a convenient way to package and sell small amounts of liquid products and can be efficiently produced at scale to keep bottle production costs
The use of two-ounce bottles is not limited to a single industry; in fact, they are used in a wide variety of industries for everything from essential oils to cosmetics. As a result, there is no one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to selecting the right size label for your two-ounce bottle.
When it comes to selecting the right size label for your two-ounce bottle, there are a few factors you need to consider.
Glass or Plastic Bottle?
The first factor to consider is the type of bottle you are using. As we mentioned earlier, there is a wide variety of two-ounce bottles on the market, from glass vials to plastic bottles. The size of your label will be determined by the type of bottle material.
We don’t recommend paper labels for glass or plastic 2 oz bottles since paper doesn’t hold up to moisture or being fully submerged. We recommend our synthetic labels that are fully waterproof and will hold up indefinitely when submerged or in a moist environment.
The next factor to consider is the size of your bottle. Two-ounce bottles come in a wide variety of sizes, from tiny vials that hold just a few milliliters of liquid to larger bottles that hold up to 60 milliliters. The size of your label will be determined by the size of your bottle.
For example, if you are using a small glass vial that holds only a few milliliters of liquid, you will need a much smaller label than if you are using a larger plastic bottle that holds up to 60 milliliters.
The shape of your bottle is the next factor to consider. Two-ounce bottles come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes, from round bottles to square bottles. The shape of your label will be determined by the shape of your bottle. That said if you have a square bottle it’s sometimes nice to compliment it with a circle shaped label to give it a more custom look.
The final factor to consider is the material your label is made from. Two-ounce bottles can be made from a variety of materials, including glass, plastic, and metal. The material your label is made from will need to be compatible with the material your bottle is made from.
For example, if you are using a glass bottle, you will need a label made from paper or vinyl although again keep in mind paper is not waterproof nor is it moisture resistant. If you are using a plastic bottle, you will need a label made from paper, vinyl, or polypropylene.
Now that you know what factors to consider when selecting the right size label for your two-ounce bottle, let's take a look at the different sizes available. The following label sizes fit comfortably on a 2 oz. (60 ML) bottle:
Round labels are also an option for two-ounce bottles. The following sizes fit nicely on a round two-ounce bottle:
Label width will depend on the circumference of your bottle.
As you can see, there is a wide variety of label sizes and shapes available for two-ounce bottles.
Now that you know what size label you need for your two-ounce bottle, it's time to get started on your labeling project! We specialize in custom printed labels in a variety of sizes to serve all products and industries.
If you need help finding the perfect size label for your 2oz bottle, or if you have any questions about custom printing, contact us today! One of our knowledgeable customer service representatives will be happy to assist you.