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VG vs PG

VG vs PG

So, you’ve given up cigarettes, you’ve chosen your first device and now comes the next hurdle. When looking for e-liquid, you will hear the terms VG and PG thrown around a lot, but what are they? And how do they affect your vaping experience?

Not to worry, we’ve put together a few reasons why you should choose a VG or PG based e-liquid and why. First let’s have a little background on what these ingredients are and what they do.

PG

PG stands for Propylene Glycol. It is a colourless liquid which is practically odorless but has a faint, sweet taste. The name may sound daunting, but PG is made to food-grade standards and its main use is as a food additive. PG based e-liquids are considered better for flavour, as PG blends with flavour concentrates better than VG and it also gives a throat ‘hit’, similar to that of smoking cigarettes.

PG Pro’s

  • Flavour intensity
  • Throat hit
  • Less gunk build up

VG

VG stands for Vegetable Glycerine and comes from plant oil. Ours is 100% rapeseed. This is the part that of your e-liquid that delivers those sweet clouds! Similar to PG, it is used as a food additive and can also be found in soaps and cosmetics. If you love blowing massive clouds, VG will most likely be your ‘go to’ liquid.

VG Pro’s

  • Bigger clouds
  • Completely natural

 

The truth is that most people prefer to vape a blend of PG and VG. Any blend can have its disadvantages or advantages to you, depending on your preference.

The most common blend used is 70% VG/30% PG so that is a good place to start and if you find that you prefer massive clouds then go for a higher VG percentage. You can find our 70/30 Base Mix available here.

If you’re more of a stealth vaper and want a nice throat hit and strong flavor, increase your PG percentage. Simples!

Check out the rest of our blog here for more info, tricks and tips!

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