These labels are made of a material that contains a thermosensitive layer. As a result, the material turns black when heated, which is used for the subsequently required reprint. The equipment used for reprinting usually includes thermo-scales, thermal printers, or in combination with a labeling line. Matt material is used to produce clean unprinted or simple 1-2 color thermal labels. Today, this type of label is complementary to the main graphic label on the product. This material is not glossy. Glossy material is intended for shiny labels, and is usually multicolored. Whereas once a single-colored label with text was enough, exclusive graphics are now used. Transparent labels are now used, which are suitably combined with goods packaging, such as packaged vegetables, cheese, or meat.