- The liquid used in e-cigarettes is known as an e-liquid or, more colloquially, e-juice or vape juice.
- E-liquid products may or may not contain nicotine or other harmful substances.
- E-liquid products are not always labelled accurately and there is no guarantee that a product does not contain nicotine.
- Nicotine is a poison. If swallowed it can cause serious illness and, in some cases, death.
- Children and pets are at high risk of harm due to poisoning caused by swallowing an e-liquid.
- Electronic cigarette components and e-liquid capsules are also a choking hazard for young children.
- To be safe, it is preferable not to use e-cigarettes or e-liquids in front of children, and for these products to be locked away out of sight when not in use.
E-liquids for use in e-cigarettes
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