PG, VG E-Liquids

Apart from taste and nicotine,

when narrowing in on a e-Liquid is PG/VG ratios, key factors to consider show as following

What Is PG And VG?

Four ingredients included: water, nicotine, flavorings, and a PG or VG base.

PG and VG are non-toxic additives allowing e-Liquids and E-Cigarettes to produce vapor.

They are mixed in most e-Liquids to provide the right mix of vapor production.

except being used in the E-Cigarette industry,

PG and VG are applied in numerous other common products,

especially many pharmaceuticals.

PG-Propylene Glycol

PG is an organic glycerol made from propylene oxide

and is most popular among these two options.

PG offers a relatively thin consistency,

which means the e-Liquids adding it are not so heavy

and won’t stick to the polyfill material in the heating element of your E-Cig device.

The low consistency also means e-Liquids utilizing PG are more easily absorbed,

offering a strong throat hit, similar to tobacco cigarettes.

The one downside of PG is they have been known to cause allergic reactions in certain users,

ranging from minor throat tingling to serious skin irritations.


VG-Vegetable Glycerin 

VG is made from vegetable oil and is more natural

helping produce substantial amounts of vapor output

and offering minimal throat hits and naturally contain a sweet taste

which is attractive to frequent vapers.


The Appropriate Ratio Of PG And VG

Many e-Liquids combine the two additives for the ultimate vaping experience thanks to the benefits of both PG and VG,

To help users understand these mixes and ensure they can purchase the ideal e-Liquid for their needs,

we list most commonly used ratios:

100% PG: Heavy throat hit, with minimal vapor output & robust flavors

80/20 (PG/VG): Strong throat hit and flavor, with minimal vapor output

70/30 (PG/VG): More vapor, slightly less throat hit & flavor

60/40 (PG/VG): Even more vapor, with noticeable throat hit & flavor

50/50 (PG/VG): A perfect balance, offering quality vapor output & light throat hit

40/60 (PG/VG): Larger vapor clouds, with lessened throat hit & moderate flavor

30/70 (PG/VG): Strong vapor output, with minimal throat hit & moderate flavor

20/80 (PG/VG): Very strong vapor, with slight throat hit & moderate flavor

100% VG: Highest vapor production, with hint of a throat hit & sweeter flavor

Now that you know the characteristics of both Propylene Glycol (PG) and Vegetable Glycerin (VG), users can

make an educated decision when viewing our wide selection of various PG and VG-based eLiquids. Shop below: