Life On Vape E-Liquids
Vaping has been a popular way for people to stop smoking cigarettes. It offers a cleaner alternative with a much lower risk of secondhand smoke exposure, no ash and no mess.
While there’s no arguing that vaping is healthier than smoking cigarettes, it can still be a tough quit. It’s important to plan for cravings and withdrawal symptoms when you decide to stop.
We carry a variety of e-liquids
At Life On Vape, we carry a wide variety of e-liquids for you to choose from. Whether you are looking for a nicotine e-liquid, a zero nicotine e-liquid, or even a CBD oil e-liquid, we have something for everyone!
We also carry a wide variety of flavors to match every taste. There are hundreds of flavorings that we carry, and you can find anything from classic menthol to cherry crush.
Our e-liquids are made with PG, or Propylene Glycol, which is a colorless, odorless and limpid liquid that tastes like a thin liquid of alcohol. PG is used in many food products and medicines, as well as e-liquids.
VG, or vegetable glycerin, is another important component that makes e-liquids thicker and smoother to vape. VG is also less dense than PG and helps to enhance flavours.
We carry a variety of e-cigarettes
Electronic cigarettes, or vapes, are battery-operated devices that heat a liquid to make an aerosol. Users inhale the vapor, which can contain nicotine, flavorings and other chemicals.
They can look like traditional cigarettes, pens or USB flash drives. Some, called tank systems, or “mods,” do not look like tobacco products at all.
The popularity of e-cigarettes has skyrocketed among teens in recent years. According to the 2020 National Youth Tobacco Survey, nearly 80% of high school students reported using them in the past month.
But the increasing use of e-cigarettes is a real threat to public health. It could reverse the hard-won progress against smoking, the leading preventable cause of death.
Besides nicotine, some e-cigarette vapors contain harmful chemicals. For example, some flavorings break down when heated, releasing formaldehyde. Formaldehyde is a known carcinogen, and it can be harmful to your lung health.