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VG vs PG E-Juice Comparison

Published on 11/11/2018
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VG vs PG E-Juice Comparison

According to Wikpedia PG (Propylene Glycol) is an organic compound with the chemical formula C3H8O2. Propylene Glycol is designated by the FDA and this product known as the most commonly used E-liquid base.

Couple of words about PG:

  • PG is much thinner than VG,
  • you can find PG for example in pet food, baby wipes, make-up, shampoos, and asthma inhalers,
  • due to its low density it’s less likely to build up on the heating element,

Cons: Some people can be allergic to PG Based E-liquids that is why you need to be careful! People who experience any kind of allergic reaction while using PG-based E-liquids usually switch to VG.

vg vs pg

According to Globalhealingcenter VG (Vegetable Glycerin) is a vegetable glycerin, or glycerol, which is a clear, odorless liquid produced from plant oils, typically palm oil, soy, or coconut oil.

Let's take a closer look at this product:

  • as I mentioned earlier Vegetable Glycerin a bit thicker than PG,
  • Propylene Glycol (PG) is tasteless while VG has a slightly ‘sweeter’ taste,
  • as it is made from vegetable palm or coconut oil it provides a smoother throat hit than PG,
  • this product you can see in deodorant, toothpaste, pet food last but not least in baked goods.


Finding what works right for you is not easy but we recommend in order to find the perfect vape, test and compare more items to each other before you buy the best one! If you want to know more about e-juices, please read this VG vs PG E-Juice Comparison.


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