10ml Nic Salts

Introducing our premium Nic Salt E-Liquids, ideal for transitioning smokers and vapers who prefer a gentle throat hit, our Nic Salt e-liquids offer rapid absorption and high nicotine concentrations, ranging from 20mg to 50mg.

These e-liquids are compatible with low-power devices like pod systems and vape pens, delivering rich flavours without the harshness associated with high-nicotine freebase e-liquids.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Are nic salts suitable for all vapers?

Nic salts are ideal for vapers who prefer a smoother throat hit, higher nicotine strengths, or are transitioning from traditional cigarettes to vaping.

Can I use nic salts in any vape device?

Nic salts are best used in low-power devices, such as pod systems or low-wattage vape pens, as they can deliver a harsh throat hit and excessive nicotine when used with high-powered devices.

What is the typical nicotine strength range for nic salts?

Nic salts commonly range from 05mg to 20mg, providing a higher nicotine concentration than most freebase nicotine e-liquids. Other countries allow up to 50mg, but the 20mg is the highest allowed by uk law.

Do nic salts provide better flavour than freebase nicotine?

The smoother throat hit from Nic Salts can enhance the overall flavour experience, allowing users to enjoy e-liquid flavours without the harshness associated with high-nicotine freebase e-liquids.

How do I store Nic Salt e-liquids?

Store Nic Salt e-liquids in a cool, dark place away from direct sunlight, heat, and moisture to maintain their quality and prolong their shelf life.

Can I mix Nic Salts with other e-liquids?

Mixing Nic salts with other e-liquids is possible, but the resulting mixture may have altered flavour, nicotine strength, and throat hit properties.

Can I create DIY nic salt e-liquids?

Yes, by combining a nicotine salt base with propylene glycol, vegetable glycerine, and your desired flavourings, you can create DIY Nic Salt e-liquids.

What is the role of benzoic acid in Nic Salts?

Benzoic acid is often added to Nic Salts to lower their pH, making them smoother on the throat and more bioavailable, allowing for faster and more efficient absorption.

Can I use Nic Salts for sub-ohm vaping?

It is not recommended to use nic salts for sub-ohm vaping due to the high nicotine levels, which can result in an overly harsh throat hit and excessive nicotine intake.

Are Nic Salts suitable for cloud-chasing?

Nic Salts are not ideal for cloud-chasing, as they are best used in low-power devices, which produce smaller vapor clouds compared to high-powered sub-ohm devices.

Can Nic Salts help reduce e-liquid consumption?

Since nic salts provide faster nicotine satisfaction, they may help reduce e-liquid consumption, as vapers may take fewer puffs to achieve the desired nicotine level.

What is the shelf life of Nic Salt e-liquids?

Nic salt e-liquids typically have a shelf life of 1-2 years when stored properly, though flavour and nicotine potency may degrade over time.

Can nic salts help with nicotine cravings more effectively than freebase nicotine?

Yes, due to their faster absorption and higher nicotine concentrations, nic salts can be more effective in satisfying nicotine cravings compared to freebase nicotine.

Can I use Nic Salts with rebuildable atomizers?

It is possible to use Nic Salts with rebuildable atomizers, but it's essential to build and wick the atomizer correctly and use a low-power setting to avoid an overly harsh throat hit and excessive nicotine intake.

Do Nic Salts cause more "vaper's tongue" than freebase nicotine e-liquids?

There is no evidence to suggest that nic salts cause more vaper's tongue than freebase nicotine e-liquids. Staying hydrated, regularly changing e-liquid flavours, and maintaining proper oral hygiene can help prevent vaper's tongue.

Are Nic Salts available in various PG/VG ratios?

Yes, Nic Salts are available in various propylene glycol (PG) and vegetable glycerine (VG) ratios, allowing vapers to choose the blend that best suits their preferences for throat hit, vapor production, and flavour intensity.