E-liquids are the liquids used inside of vapes, which contain the nicotine. It is made up of propylene glycol and vegetable glycerol (creates vapours).
What are E-liquids?
What do E-liquids contain?
It is made up of propylene glycol and vegetable glycerol (creates vapours), it is also added with your preferred nicotine strength for your smoking satisfaction.
Can you mix E-liquids?
If you wish to mix E-liquids it is important that you mix E-liquids of same ratio i.e 50-50 with a 50-50 one or 70-30 with a 70-30 one.
Do E-liquids expire?
Technically it can expire, but it has a very long shelf life. This means that it takes a long time before it is rendered useless.
Is there a difference between E-liquid and Vape Juice?
Vape Juice is a colloquial term for E-liquids. They are the same thing.
What Strength Vape Juice should I use?
The strength of your wave juice depends largely on your previous smoking habits. If you were a heavy smoker 20 mg of nicotine would be the choice for you. You can slowly bring down your nicotine consumption to 0mg later depending on your goals.
How much does E-liquid cost?
E-liquids range from £3.99 to £17.99 or more depending on their nicotine strength, quality and volume.
What’s the difference between PG and VG E-liquid?
Put simply, these are abbreviations for ‘propylene glycol’ and ‘vegetable glycerin’ – odorless liquid bases that are mixed with nicotine and flavour additives to create the e-juice for your vaporizer. PG and VG bases also have different consistencies and taste too, and they both give a different hit at the back of the throat. Hence why it’s important to know the correct mix ratio when trying a new flavour, or if you’re new to the vaping club. If you wish to know in details, click here.