Vaping has become very popular in recent years. For many former smokers, it is the only alternative that has worked for them when trying to quit smoking. Others have cut down on smoking gradually with the help of electronic cigarettes.
Today, figures confirm that less than one in five UK adults smoke. The figure used to be far higher. It is thought the figure will drop further in future, owing to several measures, vaping included. All vapers used e-liquids in their e-cigs. These are often propylene glycol e-liquid. Here are two other things you will find in such e-liquids.
Nicotine is a substance that makes it very difficult for people to stop smoking. It is very addictive and is the main ingredient used to create nicotine gum, patches, and other smoking cessation devices. It has a major role to play in propylene glycol e-liquid too, providing the vaper with the hit they are looking for while getting rid of all the toxic substances that would normally be present in a cigarette.
Many vapers start with a higher dose of nicotine in their e-liquid, before reducing it gradually over time. Some will eventually use nicotine-free e-liquids while still enjoying the vaping process itself.
From vanilla to cinnamon and blackcurrant to mango, the number of flavours that can be added to propylene glycol e-liquid runs well into three figures. The flavouring allows the vaper to personalise their vaping experience. They can select a flavour they like, therefore making vaping more appealing when compared to smoking.
It is also possible to use several different flavours, with each one held in a different tank. The e-liquid base is perfect for holding all kinds of flavours, giving vapers the control that they require over their experience.