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What Is The Difference Between Vape Juice And Vape Salt?

Vaping technology has rapidly developed over the past decade, which has in turn affected the types of devices that have become very popular.

From early cigar-likes to the complex customisable systems with tanks filled with e-liquids, all the way to the disposable vape bars filled with vape salt, there is a wide range of different products to suit every person using vaping as a way to stop smoking.

Both vape liquids and salts are made with largely the same ingredients and are both intended to provide a safer way to take nicotine without all of the dangerous byproducts inherent in cigarettes.

They also both come in a variety of strengths and flavours depending on personal preference, although you cannot get salts with no nicotine in them due to the nature of how nicotine salts are made.

The main difference in terms of ingredients is that many vape salts contain either citric or benzoic acid to help with nicotine absorption, which can create a more intense hit than a liquid without causing the same dry throat issues that high-nicotine liquids can sometimes.

In the UK, both types of vape products will contain the same amount of nicotine, unlike in the United States, where regulations for a long time meant that salts were considerably stronger than liquids.

However, for people who like producing vape clouds, liquids are far better suited for producing large plumes of vapour than salts, which tend to not create the same effect.

With nicotine salts, you tend to have a more consistent flavour, whilst with liquids, the flavour of the vape can vary considerably depending on the concentration of nicotine.

As well as this, whilst they are often used in the same way, a salt vape typically works using low voltage, relatively low heat heating elements to produce the right amount of nicotine in each draw compared to a liquid, which typically works best at higher voltages and temperatures.