Fuci White Label
This brand supplies various products with a different composition. The Fuci White label has a ratio of 70 percent PG and 30 percent VG. This line is therefore suitable for MTL dampers, these are e-cigarettes with a resistance of 1 ohm or higher. In addition, the Fuci White label is also available in various concentrations of nicotine. You can read about the differences and similarities on this page.
Composition of Fuci White label
The two standard main components of e-liquids are Propylene Glycol (PG) and Vegetable Glycerin (VG). For this series of e-liquids, a ratio of 70% PG and 30% VG applies.
Propylene Glycol or PG is a liquid that is a bit more liquid, and is used, among other things, to produce the vapor in smoke machines. It is therefore a product that is basically safe to inhale. There is a part of society that is hypersensitive to this substance. This can occur in a rough throat, breathing problems and a dry mouth. Because the Fuci White label contains a high content of PG, it is advisable to immediately discontinue use and consult a professional in case of hypersensitivity to this substance.
Vegetable Glycerin or in English Vegetable Glycerin is abbreviated with VG. This is a somewhat thicker liquid that is used in various consumer goods. This makes it a safe product. Because the viscosity is higher, this liquid will not be absorbed into the coil so quickly. Because the Fuci White label products are particularly suitable for MTL dampers, the concentration of VG is relatively low at 30 percent.
All products in the Fuci White label range are available in 0, 3, 6, 12 and 18 mg nicotine. Pay attention; nicotine is an addictive substance. This applies not only to tobacco cigarettes but also to e-cigarettes with e-liquid. The 0 mg version is also intended for people 18 years of age or older.