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What does PG and VG mean in vaping?

by Gary Clark 14 Jan 2022
Whether you're new to vaping or you're an expert, it's always useful to know exactly what's in your e-liquid. Vape juice can be confusing at first, especially when you start to notice different strengths, sizes and ingredients on your bottle. To make things easy, we're going to explore some of the most common elements of your e-liquid to help you get the most out of your vape. 
E-liquid has three main ingredients
  • Propylene glycol (PG)
  • Vegetable glycerine (VG)
  • Flavouring
E liquids can also contain various strengths of nicotine, from completely nicotine free, up to 20mg.
The flavour you choose is purely based on your vaping preference, whether you like the taste of traditional cigarettes, the fresh burst of menthol or perhaps the nostalgic hit of the sweet shop vapes! Today, we're going to focus on the lesser known ingredients in your vape juice, PG and VG.
If you need help finding the right e-liquid for you, don't hesitate to contact a member of the UK Vape Supply team. We sell vape juice from some of the leading brands including City Vape, Kingston, Ultimate Puff and more. Shop the full range today! 
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