E-liquids are a essential part to any vaping setup. Whether you’re using a pod vape, box mod, or vape pen, e-liquids are the liquids that your device converts into vapour. Other names for these include vaping liquids, e-juices, or vape juices. By this point, there are already countless e-liquids available, differing in flavour, nicotine strength, and PG/VG ratio. While you can generally use a wide range of e-liquids with your device, some types of vaping, such as sub-ohm vaping or flavour chasing, only work well with certain types of e-liquids.
Do I need a license to sell Vaping products in the UK?
As stipulated in the Tobacco Products Directive, e-liquids with nicotine can only be sold in 10ml bottles in the UK. However, there’s no restriction with e-liquids that don’t have nicotine. An example of these would be shortfills, which are nicotine-free flavour concentrates that are available for as much as 50 to 100ml per bottle. You can then add a nicotine shot to these.
In the UK, e-liquids are also only allowed to have a maximum nicotine strength of 20 mg/ml. The manufacturer should ensure these come with nicotine warning labels.