Nicotine salts, or Nic Salts, is the latest in vaping science and has become a phenomenon around the world. This innovative formulation provides a more intense vaping experience that is smoother, providing improved satisfaction.
WHAT ARE NIC SALTS?
Nic Salts or nicotine salts (also scientifically known as protonated nicotine) is an innovative salt-based nicotine form different from the conventional free-based nicotine. These two forms of nicotine differ in that free-based nicotine is less stable than Nic Salts. Both forms of nicotine have previously been used in vaping devices, however Nic Salts have been shown to provide a more pleasant experience to vapers than free-based nicotine1.
WHERE ARE NIC SALTS USED?
Nic Salts are found in the eLiquid along with Propylene Glycol (PG), Vegetable Glycerine (VG) and water, that help carry the flavour and nicotine. In closed system vaping devices such as the Vuse ePod, the plug and play flavour pods carry the eLiquids, all with Nic Salts formulation. In open systems vaping devices, you would find the Nic Salts in the eLiquid used to refill the device’s tank.
Vuse eLiquids are made of high quality pharmaceutical and food grade ingredients. Every ingredient is assessed and each batch of eLiquid is tested to ensure its traceability. A strict, quality-controlled manufacturing process is enforced, which means that the products you receive are not only of the highest quality but ensures superior taste and satisfaction.
SO WHY NIC SALTS?
In short, Nic Salts ensure an overall smoother vaping experience with a rich flavour and taste satisfaction.
FLAVOUR PODS FOR YOUR VUSE ePOD DEVICE
Vuse has a range of eLiquids containing Nic Salts to guarantee a superior vaping experience on your flavour journey. We only use food grade flavourings that have been carefully crafted by our expert team of flavourists, so that you can enjoy an array of flavours to suit whatever your mood. Explore our range of Vuse flavour pods currently available in South Africa.
1. Talih, S., Salman, R., El-Hage, R. et al. Effect of free-base and protonated nicotine on nicotine yield from electronic cigarettes with varying power and liquid vehicle. Sci Rep 10, 16263 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-73385-6