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Nic Salts, however, offer that satisfaction and work with pod devices, which have grown to be a popular starter kit. Pods are again a relatively new style of e-cigarette that are easy to use which makes them ideal for new vapers.

What are Nic Salts?

Just like e-liquid, Nic Salts carry far fewer toxins than cigarettes and are fully TPD compliant under EU/UK regulations.

How do Nic Salts Differ from Typical E-liquid?

Nicotine in e-liquid is a solution uses the purest form of nicotine which is then mixed with propylene glycol (PG), vegetable glycerine (VG) and flavourings. For it to be vaped the mixture has to be adapted with benzoic acid. This has lower PH levels which reduce the alkalinity in the liquid, allowing it to be vaped at a lower temperature.

*Benzoic acid is typically used as a food preservative.

Why Choose Nic Salts?

Nic Salts are an ideal option for those who are looking for a better nicotine hit in which to curb the addiction. They’re also a practical option for those who can’t vape frequently as they give a longer-lasting nicotine hit.

They’re a more effective type of nicotine replacement that is most suited to those who smoke more than one cigarette packet per day.

Although the nicotine is the main focus, Nic Salts also offer a smoother vape that is equally as flavoursome as standard e-liquid.

The Nic Salts are also perfect for those on a budget due to them being compatible with many pod systems like the VooPoo Vinci Pod and Smok Fetch Mini Kit.

Do note that Nic Salts shouldn’t be vaped in the same way as standard e-liquid. Too much nicotine can make a person feel unwell.

Steeping is a process that happens to e-liquid over time. It's also used in the production of e-liquid. Steeping is letting the juice “age” over a period of time to improve or strengthen the flavours making the e-liquid darker in colour. It's also dependent on the nicotine strength, the higher the nicotine the the darker it will appear. Steeping e-liquid is something that can be done on a small, DIY scale as well as an industrial one. So, if you want to improve an e-liquid’s taste or just want to see how it changes after steeping, you could try one of the methods below.  

Breathing & Steeping

The most popular method of DIY steeping is to just let the bottle of e-liquid sit in a cool, dark cupboard for a couple of days, giving the bottle a good shake every now and then. Simple. There is an optional step to this method known as “breathing.” This basically means letting the bottle of e-liquid sit in the cupboard with the lid off for no longer than 10 hours. Steeping of the e-liquid is then resumed with the lid attached. Your liquid may slightly change colour over this process due to oxidation of the nicotine (this happens whether you “breathe” the liquid or not). Remember that all e-liquids are different, so there is no set amount of time you are supposed to steep for. Leave your liquid for two days at first, and then try it. If you aren’t happy with the results then just give it some more time. Also, more complex e-liquids will take longer to steep than simpler ones. For example, the mix that is made up of 4 flavours will take longer to steep than a mix with only one flavour.  

Warm Water Method

This method can speed up the steeping process and is also very simple. It consists of keeping your bottles of e-liquid in hot water (never boiling water though as this could possibly damage the nicotine), for a couple of hours before placing the bottles in a cool, dark cupboard. The water temperature temporarily thins out the e-liquid, allowing it to mix faster. If you use the warm water method then your liquid won’t require as much time in the cupboard and you can test it after one day instead of two. Again, steeping e-liquid isn’t an exact science and the time your liquid needs, or if it needs it at all, is completely down to your own preference. Just make sure you don’t go past any use-by dates that a manufacturer may have included!

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