Vape Juice & E-liquid

At Leaf House vape shop we have gathered the best e-liquids from a premium selection of brands from all over the world, such as Dinner Lady, Vapetasia, Sad Boy and Glas to match everyone's budgets. With an extensive range of vape juices from fruits and menthols to candies and cookies and a variety of PG VG ratios we guarantee the best flavoures for your taste. For nicotine e-liquid info see relevant sections.
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Vape E-liquid FAQ

How to make vape e juice?

All you need to do is mixing all the main ingredients together. For this you need the base which is a mixture of PG and VG, and flavour extract and concentrates. Water and nicotine are optional and you can make an e liquid with or without them. Easily shop all the ingredients you need from Leaf House range of DIY E-liquid.

Vegetable glycerin (VG), this is the viscous liquid that creates the throat hit.
Propylene glycol (PG), this is thinner than VG and creates the clouds, but not so much of the flavour.
Flavour
Distilled water, if present. This is to thin out the juice.
Nicotine, if present.
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Technically, e-liquid does have an expiry date. Over time e-liquids will degrade. The flavour concentrate and the Vegetable Glycerine and Propylene Glycol will tend to degrade, especially in warmer climates. Exposure to light can also speed up the time it takes for e-liquid to degrade. In case of nicotine e liquids, the nicotine in the e-liquid will oxidise a little over time and may become peppery or may seem weaker than normal. Nicotine will oxidise faster in warmer climates and when exposed to light for long periods. Normally e-liquid that has gone bad will change colour (usually darker) a little or there will be a separation of colours. The e-liquid may also smell and/or taste different and it may be thicker than normal.

They are all the same thing with different names. E-juice flavours are made from a mixture of these ingredients with small variations: PG (propylene glycol), VG (vegetable glycerin), natural and/or artificial flavors, (and maybe nicotine).