Multi-layer labels arose from the need for more space to display information than the label itself allowed. It is a multi-layer label with the option of reopening and closing. After peeling off the top layer, a space opens up on both sides for all necessary texts or language versions. The label does not devalue after the first use and remains intact. The top part can be used for catchy graphics.
This product is most often used for consumer products, especially when the space for the label is relatively small. A solution to the lack of space can also be printing into the adhesive, where the information is readable after peeling off the label. It is also combined with adhesive neutralization or perforation for easier and partial peeling.