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Is e-liquid the same as vape juice?

Yes, eliquid and vape juice are the same thing. You might even see them being called e juice, or vape liquid! Eliquid is the liquid that is heated in an electronic cigarette or vaporiser to produce vapour that can be inhaled.

Vape juice also contains flavouring as well as nicotine, depending on the type of eliquid used. Eliquids come in a variety of flavours and strengths, allowing users to customise their vaping experience.

Some brands also produce nicotine-free eliquids for those who want the flavour but not the effects of nicotine.

Ultimately, eliquid and vape juice are interchangeable terms for the same product.

When purchasing eliquid, it is important to read the labels carefully and only shop with reputable brands that make premium vape liquid NZ-wide with high-quality ingredients. 

Which e-liquid is best?

Ultimately, the best e liquid NZ has to offer is the one that meets your specific needs. If you are looking for a nicotine kick, then you may need to purchase an e-liquid with higher levels of nicotine.

If you are more interested in flavour, then there is a massive variety of choices at your disposal. Ultimately, it comes down to personal preference and what works best for you! Some of the most popular flavours include fruit, menthol and mint, tobacco, dessert flavours, and beverage-inspired flavours.

What is e-liquid used for?

E-liquid is used to fill the tanks of vaporisers, such as pod systems and sub-ohm devices. It contains a mixture of flavouring, propylene glycol (PG), vegetable glycerin (VG), and sometimes nicotine. When heated by the device’s atomiser, this liquid turns into vapour which can then be inhaled. Many people enjoy vaping for its enhanced flavour, decreased health risks compared to smoking tobacco, and ability to customise the mix of ingredients. E-liquid is used in most vaporising devices and is an essential part of the vaping experience. It can come in a variety of flavours ranging from sweet treats to savoury snacks, as well as nicotine levels to suit the user’s preference.

How often do I need to buy new vape liquid?

This depends on how much you vape. If you are a regular user, you should plan to buy vape liquid every few weeks or so. However, if you only vape occasionally, then your e-liquid can last much longer.

What are vape salts?

Vape salts are a type of nicotine salt e-liquid specifically designed for pod systems and other low-wattage devices. These e-liquids use a special form of nicotine that is gentler on the throat and generally gives off more flavour than freebase nicotine.

They also typically contain higher levels of nicotine, making them a good choice for those who want a stronger nicotine hit. Vape salts are generally considered safe, however, it is important to use caution when using these e-liquids.

What ingredients are in e-liquid?

The primary ingredients in e-liquids are propylene glycol (PG), vegetable glycerin (VG), flavouring, and nicotine. PG and VG act as a base for the e-liquid, while flavouring gives it its distinct taste and smell.

How do I know which type of e-liquid to buy?

The type of e-liquid that you should buy depends on what type of device you are using and what type of flavour profile you prefer.

Generally, e-liquids with a higher PG content are best for smaller devices such as pod systems and ‘cigalikes’, while VG-dominant e-liquids are better suited to larger tanks and rebuildable atomisers. As far as flavours go, it’s up to personal preference.

What is the difference between nicotine salts and freebase nicotine?

Nicotine salts are just normal nicotine that has been pH balanced which is why salts are generally less harsh on the throat and are able to be absorbed into your system at levels comparable to a combustible cigarette, while freebase nicotine tends to give a harsher throat hit at higher concentrations and are absorbed into your system at a slower rate over time.

Generally, nicotine salts are best suited to smaller devices such as pod systems and ‘cigalikes’, while freebase nicotine is usually used in larger tanks and rebuildable atomisers.