Great experience! Very happy with the designs and the design process.
- ARK Design.™
Ark Design has been a pleasure to work with.
They are always on time and very creative.
- jayme J
How Comfy Outdoors started their product label journey
Who are you known as?
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Cosmetics & Beauty
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Comfy Outdoors provides outdoor equipment and natural essential oil blends to stay safe and comfortable while you're on the go in the outdoors. We target mothers and families. Our products are all safe for kids.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
Our company name is "Comfy Outdoors" and needs to be shown on the label. The product name is "Warrior" and also needs to be shown on the label.
Bottle is a brown amber color and is Boston round shape and is 15 ml. The product is an essential oil blend for immune system defense.
Label should state the following:
Serving size: 1 drop, Servings: About 250
Warrior Immune Defense Blend
Ingredients: Clove Essential Oil, Lemon Essential Oil, Cinnamon, Eucalyptus Radiata Essential Oil, Rosemary Essential Oil
*Daily value not established
Dilute 1 drop in 4 fl. oz. of water
Made in the USA
The printed size of the label that goes on the bottle is 3 inches wide and 1.25 inches high. (NOTE: this does not mean it has to be designed at those dimensions but it does need to be able to print at those dimensions. Use ratios accordingly.) We are looking for a unique and modern look for our essential oil bottle.
We've attached a picture of the bottle itself. It is a little bit darker in person without the professional lighting.
As far as color goes - we are not very particular but we do want to make sure that the label stands out and pops. This is a high-end product so it does need to look modern, trendy, sleek, and very classy.
Here is a link to some labels that we think look great but we don't necessarily want to copy or be that similar to. It's an easy way for us to show you, the designer, what catches our eye.