The vaping liquid is formed from a combination of a few ingredients: VG- vegetable glycerine, PG- propylene glycol, flavour, and nicotine.

VG- vegetable glycerine is the base of the liquid, and has a higher viscosity. If we have a liquid of 100% VG, meaning just VG and flavour, a massive production of vapour is obtained, while the flavour will remain very subtle. VG can be bought from pharmacies and vaping stores, and is 99.9% pure.

PG-Propylene glycol is the second ingredient of the e-liquid however, this can sometimes be left out from the composition of the liquid. If PG is used this will reduce the viscosity of the liquid produced by the VG and offers a better TH (throat hit). Mixing PG with VG in different percentages favours one of the two vaping objectives: flavour or vapour. A higher percentage of VG offers a higher vapour production and less flavour, while a PG concentration of up to 50% generates great flavour and average quantities of vapour.

Flavour- does exactly what you would expect, meaning gives flavour to the e-liquid. It is found in vaping stores or online and they come in 10 ml bottles with a PG base. Flavour is added to a VG or/and PG liquid.

Nicotine- it is important to note that nicotine on its on is poisonous. It should never be purchased in its pure form as it can be fatal. Nicotine can be found in the composition of an e-liquid however, this can be omitted if it’s not needed. Sometimes it can be found in the form of nicotine shots, meaning nicotine of different strengths mixed with different concentrations of PG and VG.