FAQs

Is the nicotine in the vapour liquid toxic?

For a child, nicotine is toxic at a level of 10mg in total. For an adult non-smoker/non-nicotine addict, nicotine is toxic at a level of 30-60mg (0.5-1mg/kg).

As a supporter of ECITA, I Love Vapour applauds the Associations work with its members across Europe to ensure that the correct hazard symbols, and risk and safety phrases are printed on the labels, thereby greatly reducing negating the chance of any toxic dosages.

It is also worth mentioning that I Love Vapour's e-juices are supplied in child-resistant containers, in accordance with the EU General Product Safety Regulations.

Is there a risk of passive vaping?

There is no risk from inhaling the vapour directly, so there can be no concern about inhaling it as side-stream vapour.

Can I vape too much?

Vaping is broadly similar to smoking, and offers the same flexibility as to how much consumers consume.

The habit of vaping directly replaces the habit of smoking, and includes the natural (and often subconscious) self-regulation of nicotine intake: as a smoker reaches the limit of their own individual nicotine tolerance level, they are naturally induced to slow down or stop for a while before smoking again.

Vaping works in precisely the same way.

What is in the vapourising liquid?

Electronic Cigarette Industry Trade Association (ECTIA) has carried out in excess of 100 tests on e-liquid, using isotope dilution analysis by GC/MS to date, and hundreds of other similar tests have been carried out by those from within the industry, as well as independent government testing.

These extensive tests demonstrates precisely what is in a typical vapour liquid solution:

Propylene Glycol (PG) CAS 57-55-6

Vegetable Glycerine (VG or ‘Glycerol’) CAS 56-81-5

Nicotine CAS 54-11-5

Food-standard flavourings

Does vaping cause any problems with medical conditions?

We know that the vapour generated by our vaporisers contain none of the harmful chemicals you will find in a traditional cigarette, however, in as far as the long term affects are concerned the effects are not yet proven.

Most Doctors say that Vaping is 99.9% safe, although if you are allergic to PG Or VG then it will make you sick same as nuts will.

By vaping, you are essentially inhaling water vapour with nicotine in it, and the general medical opinion on the use of vaporizers by smokers is that the use of a vapor delivery for nicotine intake has impressive health advantages over the traditional and very toxic cigarette inhalation method.

E-cigarettes vs. Vaporizers. Which is better?

The e cigarette was the first e-smoking product on the scene and it delivers nicotine that has a cartomizer so the nicotine is pre-packed it is essentially vapour, however, you are restricted to what’s in the cartomizer.

Vaporisers and vaping came about and has become very popular because of the juice, and the advanced technology that has been created to make it hassle free. Using a vaporiser and e-juice, you can get a bottle and mix the flavours and the strengths to suit your taste, giving you fantastic user flexibility.

Can vaporisers help you quit smoking?

Many people use vapour as an alternative to smoking traditional cigarettes. It is not an NRT (nicotine reduction therapy).

Do the vapours come in different strengths?

There are many different strengths fro 3ml to 36 we only stock 0nic 16ml 24ml double range and 0ml, 12ml, 18ml and 24ml in the ILV range. It works on the kind of cigarette that you smoke not on how many, so if you smoke strong cigarettes you would use 24ml or 18 ml SilkCuts 12ml 16ml and so on.

Can i travel overseas with my vaporiser?

You can travel with a vaporiser. As long as any liquid is less than 100ml then everything should be fine. Do, however, check with your country of arrival there there are no restrictions of use.

Where can i vape?

Pubs and Clubs are fine, although some places do not allow it. The I Love Vapour team has openly vaped in a wide range of popular venues, and generally there is no problem. It is, however, always good manners to be prepared to speak to the proprietor and explain what you are doing if you plan to Vape on the premises. It is guaranteed that vaping will become openly accepted accross the board once people understand that Vaping has no negative social or health impact.

Is vaping better for you than smoking?

Vaping is much better than smoking. It has none of the harmful chemicals but still delivers the stimulant nicotine. Nicotine is very similar to caffeine in the fact that it doesn’t harm you delivered without smoke. It is tar and carbon monoxide and the other chemicals that the put in real cigarettes that cause the damage. Is vaping better than smoking? For sure.

Do vapourisers cause cancer like cigarettes?

The levels of TSNAs (Tobacco-Specific Nitrosamines) detected by the FDA (the Food and Drug Administration, US) were too low to allow them to be quantified (i.e. they were too low for the actual amount present to be identified), but it was less than 0.0000021%.

Indeed, the TSNAs detected by the FDA were below the level set for the Nicotrol Inhaler (which is approved for use worldwide). In its press release, the FDA made much of the fact that the Nicotrol Inhaler was used as a control. However, the level of TSNAs in the inhaler was not actually tested, making it of very limited use as a control for this test.

What is the difference between a vaporiser and a shisha?

The differences between a vaporiser and a shisha pen is very small. Both pens are similar devices and both work in the same why delivering a vapour cloud with flavouring. They both come in many different sizes and shapes, but the small difference is a vapour pen is more used for nicotine use and shisha pen is more used for a non-nicotine E-Juice, such as fruity flavours.