Regarding Nicotine and Shortfill E Liquids

Many of the E Liquids for sale on this site contain Nicotine. Any bottle that has 10ml in volume will contain nicotine unless stated otherwise and the nicotine content of these will never exceed 20mg. This is due to the Tobacco Products Directive. 

Those marked for sale with “0mg Nicotine” contain 0% nicotine and are classed as nicotine free. If you want to add Nicotine this can be done by adding nicotine boosters to your e liquid to achieve your desired strength.

A single 10ml nicotine booster that has a nicotine strength of 20mg will turn a 50ml, 0mg nicotine strength e liquid into a 3mg Nicotine strength juice when mixed.

To easily mix your e liquid, we suggest using a 60ml Unicorn Bottle and placing the nicotine shot into this bottle first, then adding in your e liquid, filling the bottle. This is often easier than removing the cap on a lot of the e liquid bottles as some of them are difficult to remove and can cause spillage if not removed with care.

Important Nicotine Information

Nicotine is an addictive substance and has been known to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. Do not use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.

All products for sale are intended for use by persons that are 18 or older, women who are pregnant or breast feeding or persons that have risks with the following should consult their doctor before using these products:

  • Heart Disease
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Diabetes
  • Taking medicines for Depression or Asthma
  • A sensitivity or allergy to Nicotine or a combination of inhalants

These products are sold for recreational purposes and sale to persons under the ages of 18 is strictly prohibited.

Nicotine Safety

In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately and thoroughly with water and seek medical advice immediately.

In case of contact with skin, wash immediately and thoroughly with soap and water.

If Nicotine is swallowed, seek medical attention immediately.

In case of an accident, or if you feel unwell, seek full medical advice