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Destructive Labels

Self-destructive labels are a special type of lables that cannot be removed without damaging the substrate to which they have been attached. They belong to the group of security or tamper-evident labels that are used to indicate if a product has been opened or manipulated. The visible damage shows the user that there has been (attempted) access to the product or packaging.

How does a self-destructive label work?

Self-destructive labels are manufactured using permanent adhesives. These adhesives prevent the label from being easily removed. In case someone tries to remove it, the label crumbles apart, leaving visible fragments that are extremely difficult to remove from the package. As a result, the risk of counterfeiting significantly decreases.