When electronic cigarettes first appeared in the market, buying e-liquid was a bit of a hit and unknown perspective. Most people didn’t know what was in it, and with most e-liquid coming from China, many people were concerned about the quality and taste of the fluid?
But what is actually the composition of e-liquid? An e-liquid containing nothing but nicotine and flavors would be very thick and far too risky for human consumption. The two carrier liquids — propylene glycol and vegetable glycerin — are used to water down the product to the required strength. They also vaporize at approximately low temperatures and have relatively neutral tastes so as not to color the flavor too much.
E-liquid companies often call proplene glycol and vegetable glycerin as “PG” and “VG” accordingly and an e-liquid may contain one carrier liquid or a combination of two. To sum it up, PG is thinner and less likely to lead to “dry puffs” in some e-cigarette designs. It also reproduces flavors more accurately.
VG is thicker, in such a way generating thicker vapor clouds. However, it may be too thick to function well with some e-cigarettes. It also provides a slightly sweet flavor. Most e-liquid companies in the United States use a mixture of two, producing a balance that works as well as possible with most e-cigarette models.
As a result, it is ensured high quality e-Liquids having peculiar fantastic flavor and vapor with every puff.