E-Liquid is also known as vape juice or e-juice is used in e-cigarettes and vape kits. Nicotine may be found in E-liquids as well as propylene glycol, vegetable glycerin or glycerol, other chemicals (including those used to create the flavours), and, in some cases, water. (Source)
What is PG and VG Ratios?
In e-liquids, PG vs VG refers to the ratio of propylene glycol and vegetable glycerin. The vaping experience is distinct for each of these e-liquid ingredients. A PG hit is strong and imparts flavour, while a VG hit is mild and exudes more vapour.
What is Propylene Glycol (PG)?
The liquid propylene glycol is viscous and colourless. It has a mildly sweet flavour and is basically odourless. It is great as an additive to certain products because PG can dissolve certain substances and retain moisture very well. As a liquid additive, PG provides different benefits to a variety of products. (Source)
What is Vegetable Glycerin (VG)?
The term vegetable glycerin also refers to vegetable glycerol. Typically made from soybean, coconut, or palm oil, it is a clear liquid. Among other things, it is used as a sweetener and as an ingredient in the food, cosmetics and pharmaceutical industries (Source).
Is Vape E-liquid safe to consume?
We have strict regulations on all vaping products in the UK. The regulations have been in effect since 2016 and prohibit the use of THC in products that use e-cigarettes. MHRA and TPD regulations require that all e-cigarettes, refills, e-liquids and accessories meet strict quality and safety standards.