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Nic Salts - Nicotine Salt E-liquids

Nicotine Salt Eliquids or Nic Salt E-liquids are E-liquids made in the UK with a type of Nicotine that has less of a throat hit than traditional Free Base Nicotine normally used in UK E-liquids, it tends to have a softer throat hit and can use a stronger nicotine strength for less throat hit - making it ideal for Pods, AIO and MTL Kit.

Nic Salt E-liquid haver a quicker stronger onset than standard "Free Base" Nicotine E-liquids - they are ideal for MTL and people looking to quit smoking.

Hybrid E-liquids (of which we have a few here) are a hybrid of Nicotine Salt and Standard Free Base Nicotine which results in a nice balance between throat hit and nicotine onset effect.

You can find hardware suitable for Nic Salt MTL Vaping in our Hardware section.

Nic Salts or Nicotine salts - quick overview

Why use Nic Salts ?

Some vapers like Nicotine salts for the following reasons.

  1. As a rule, less power is needed to vaporise Nic Salts E-liquids, as they tend to be for MTL (Mouth to Lung Vaping), thereby saving money on E-liquids in the long run.
  2. A lot of users find salt nicotine to have a smoother throat hit.
  3. Salt nicotine is absorbed quicker and provides a quicker satisfaction or "hit".

On top of this, a lot of vapers say that using salt nicotine is more similar to how they used to smoke, thereby making it a great quit tool

Many vapers say that the experience they get from using e-liquids containing nic salts is more similar to the taste they used get from smoking.

Should I try Nic Salts?

If you are looking to get as close to the sensation if smoking as possible, or if you prefer a smoother throat hit, using Nicotine Salts would likely be worth a try.

We would especially recommend them to people trying to quit smoking (or trying not to revert to smoking) because of the speed of absorption, higher nicotine content and the fat that MTL vaping is a more similar experience to smoking.

If you would like to fins out more about Nicotine salts we have a couple of articles in our Blog section you could read : 

Nicotine Salts, What are they and Who are they for ? 

Nicsalts and "Freebase" Nicotine - which one for me?