An e-cigarette emits only water vapour, which is released from the liquid in the cartomizer (the container in the e-cigarette). The container consists of water, natural flavourings and propylene glycol, as well as nicotine if you have chosen this. The flavour added to the vapour-liquid comes from flavour concentrates or aromas. These are approved for human consumption and are used in, among other things, the food industry. Vapour-liquid is also called e-juice, e-fluid and e-Liquid.
None of our ingredients found in the vapour-liquid emit carcinogens. The vapour disappears quickly, leaving no trace of odour, harmful substances or marks in walls or ceilings. It’s not dangerous to use vapour-liquid with nicotine if it’s used properly. However, you should be aware that large amounts can be very toxic. Do not drink the vapour-liquid and keep it away from pets and children.
is one of two types of glycerol that are used in vapour-liquid. It’s a small, viscous and water-soluble molecule that is used as a solvent in e-cigarettes. This molecule can also be found in food, medicines and cosmetics. Propylene glycol is colourless and odourless.
The glycerol has a short half-life of two to four hours, which means that it’s quickly excreted by the body. Except for the approximately 45% of propylene glycol that’s excreted by the kidneys, the rest is converted to substances that are naturally found in the body. Under normal circumstances, this will not pose any kind of health risk.