More packaging information coming soon

 

Product Processing below.  We bill you for shipping after product is packed and weighed.  Shipping will need to be paid before product is shipped.  Or you may use your own account to create shipping labels then email the shipping labels to us.

35 % of count for Labor & Labeling. Labels from approximately $ 4.50 - $ 9.00 a sheet depending on label size.  There is a one time set up fee for printing labels.

Packaging cost include, filling bottles, applying labels, adding shaker balls (for makeup) shrink bands and packaging for shipping.

The 1/4 ounce Boston Rounds most customers use for the Shimmers, bronzer, blush, brows, eyeshadow. Most popular bottle is the ½ Boston Rounds for foundations, see below. We also a line of Hot Sauces visit www.hotsaucekitchen.com for Private Label.

White or black caps   hot sauce kitchenYour own label

Labeling can be supplied by customer or we can print, generally we use Black Print on Clear Poly. Art Approval is needed before printing.

 A minimum of 2-4 weeks is required for any fulfullment orders, depending on our busy seasons.  When all product arrive we start to work.

Rush orders (2 week turnaround instead of our normal 3-4 week turnaround for packaging) if inventory is in stock. For an additional fee of 25% your purchase price total, any rush order processed during usa holidays count on a 35% additional fee.

From that point actual production will depend on size and scope of order, availability of materials product and packaging components.

All payments are due on invoice.

** To recap - we bring in your Bottles, labels, product then process all needed items. label the bottles and ship for as little as 35 % of your count for orders over 500 pcs and you will have a professional look for your new line.

FDA Cosmetic Regulations

Proper manufacturing and labeling are important aspects of putting a cosmetic product on the market. FDA regulates cosmetic labeling laws under the authority of both the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FD&C Act) and the Fair Packaging and Labeling Act (FPLA). By law you must identify the manufacturer or distributor on the cosmetic label and have a way to reach them. Cosmetic ingredients must be listed on your label in the order they appear in your formula. The ingredients must be identified by their botanical name. The department of weights and measures requires the actual weight of the cosmetic product in both standard and metric to be displayed on the label. These FDA cosmetic laws and their related FDA cosmetic regulations are intended to protect consumers from health hazards and deceptive practices and to help consumers make informed decisions regarding product purchase.

 

Florida headquarters, Rebecca, 813-253-3337 sales@airink.com