Got Vape, one of the most widely recognized players in the vaporizer space, issued a press release in which they touted the important of quality when it comes to not only vaporizers, but e-juices as well.
Straying away from their release for a moment, quality is undoubtedly an important variable when it comes to vaporizers, the e-liquids that some of them use, and just about everything else you can think of in life. Without assessing the quality, how can one possibly determine the value? With this in mind, Got Vape’s Joe Arellano had this to say: “Not all e-juice is of the highest quality, so it’s important to know the difference.” He added that at Got Vape, the quality of ingredients in the juices they sell “will continue to be” their “top priority.”
“Not all e-juice is of the highest quality, so it’s important to know the difference.”
Looking at some of the science to support their stance, it wasn’t all that long ago that researchers with the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health released a study in which they found roughly 75% of the flavored e-juices contained within the e-cigs they examined to contain a chemical previously linked to multiple cases of severe respiratory disease in humans. Needless to say, not all vape juices are made equal.
Do you research your e-juice ingredients before you use them?