Vaping During Winter: What You should Know

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Vaping has been revolutionary since it was introduced to the market. It has been at the forefront in helping many people stop smoking for good. Vaping is more effective in making people quit cigarettes compared to other cigarette alternatives. Since vaping is relatively new to many people, some may have questions about it. 

Many people tend to wonder how their vaping habits may be affected by the weather around them. Whether we like it or not, we have to experience variances in the weather around us, but this does not mean that we have to stop vaping. A lot of concerns among those who vape are vaping when it is cold, especially in the winter. Winter tends to come with many challenges and most of them are because of the cold temperatures and snow. Here is all you need to know when vaping in the cold.

Does E-Liquid Freeze?

One of the main concerns when vaping in a cold environment is if the e-liquid used freezes. Just like many liquids, e-liquid will freeze when subjected to a certain low temperature. To understand how low temperatures are going to affect the e-juice, you need to know what makes up the e-juice.

Most e-liquids contain pure propylene glycol and pure vegetable glycerin. The two substances tend to have a different freezing point. To be rather specific, pure propylene glycol melts at 10 degrees Fahrenheit. On the other hand, vegetable glycerin freezes at around 2 degrees Fahrenheit. When the two substances are combined, they have a relatively low freezing point. It is vital to also note that nicotine may affect the freezing point of the e-juice.

Time will play a significant role in whether the e-liquid will freeze or not. This implies that the amount of time you will subject your e-cig to …