Drops and Sprays are an accessible supplement transfer system. Our private label drops are a delicious and professional delivery method for supplements, the clean label branding on the side of a drop bottle invokes a pharmaceutical presence, one that many brands strive to achieve. Similarly, our private label sprays are quick and easy to administer, offering a wide range of additives.
Opalbond are committed to providing the best drops and sprays currently in the market place and working with our experienced contract manufacturers, we can navigate the product development process with you.
We understand the challenges that many firms fall into when trying to develop a new product with a new supplier, and often trying to juggle a host of suppliers. We can help you navigate this gauntlet.
We provide samples of the drops and sprays for taste-testing, efficacy or marketing purposes. You'll be able to see your product before launch allowing you to tweak it and make it perfect.
Our experienced nutritionists have years of familiarity with all kinds of clients and can deliver expert made private label drops and sprays using our extensive network of contract manufacturers.
Private Label Drops and Sprays
Our private label drops, in particular, are incredibly easy to administer, either for the consumer or to their children. Consumers are drawn to drops in the context of getting their children to supplement often due to a child’s inability or unwillingness to swallow tablets.
Our drops are also in a compact format, meaning these can be carried easily in a bag or purse. This offering to consumers is an attractive one. If your brand thinks that a vitamin drop offering could be a great new contribution to your current product line, Opalbond will deliver this solution effectively and professionally.
We are passionate about our spray offering. Our private label sprays are a great-tasting supplementation method which doesn’t involve awkward swallowing or consuming a lot of liquid.
Opalbond has seen increasing enquiries for sprays due to some brand’s customers have malabsorption issues in their stomach, such as Crohn’s disease and IBS. Clearly, in these instances an oral spray would be preferred as it relies on sublingual absorption rather than absorption within the gut.