E-Cigarette Nicotine Levels
A helpful guide to picking your nic strength, changing nicotine content, and understanding nicotine levels of e-liquid and e-cigarettes.
When you’re switching from smoking to vaping, one of the most important things you need to know is what e-cigarette nicotine strength to start with.
In the vaping world, there are a few different ways to refer to the nicotine content in e-cigarettes. You’ll often hear e-juice nicotine levels referred to as 6, 12, or 18 for instance. This means there are 6, 12, or 18 mg of nicotine in each milliliter of e juice.
At Vapor4Life we label our e-liquid bottles, e-cigarettes and pre-filled cartomizers with a percentage instead. It’s a simpler way of saying the same thing. So, we label our 24 mg strength bottles at 2.4%, which means each drop of e juice is made up of 2.4% nicotine.
Check out the quick grid below to find your preferred nicotine strength.
For people who want to quit smoking and start vaping, this is a comparable nicotine strength in e-cigarettes. If you’ve smoked unfiltered or full flavor cigarettes, this is the nicotine level for you.
For mid- to heavy smokers who prefer a higher nicotine level, or have recently begun to taper down their nicotine intake.
One of our best-selling nicotine strengths, this is a comfortable percentage for social smokers.
Also a top-seller, our 1.1% strength appeals to light smokers who have just begun their switch to e-cigarettes.
As you decrease your nicotine intake, this level is a good sweet spot. It’s also a safe place to start if you are a light smoker.
There’s no nicotine at all in these e liquids. They’re enjoyed by longtime vapers who have tapered off of nicotine, or vapers who simply prefer no nicotine.
When you start vaping, you can choose your ideal nicotine level in our pre-filled carts or fill proprietary Smileomizers with e-juice. Our disposable e-cigarettes come in a set nicotine level that’s tailored specificilly for smokers who want to start vaping. We have more than 150 e juices available in 7 or more different nicotine levels, from a 3.6% for a serious smoker trying to switch to vaping, to a zero-nicotine blend for those who have tapered off of nicotine, or prefer the taste of a specific flavor without the nicotine content.
To learn more about how to transition from smoking to vaping,check out our e-cigarettes and start your tobacco-free journey today.