Safety Notes - Please Read

Not for under 18s

You must be eighteen (18) years of age, to purchase ANY OF our products. Ideal Vape reserves the right to cancel any transaction where it reasonably believes the purchaser is EITHER NOT OF THE REQUIRED LEGAL AGE OR purchasing products on behalf of a minor.

Safety when using nicotine

Nicotine is a poison and can kill if not used properly.

+ Always store your e-liquid away from children and pets, preferably locked away

+ Keep it in the child proof bottles it is supplied in

+ If it comes into contact with the skin, wash off immediately

+ Take care when refilling cartridges, to avoid unnecessary spillage

+ If you feel unwell seek medical advice immediately

The main ingredients of e-liquid are propylene glycol and vegetable glycerine both of which are used in a wide variety of everyday food products. Flavouring and nicotine are added, at varying strengths.

If you need advice relating to nicotine strengths, please contact us before placing your order.

+ Safety when using electrical items

+ Never leave chargers plugged in overnight

+ Always carry your kit or e-cig in a case or pouch

+ Keep your e-cig away from children

+ Keep batteries in a safe place when not in use

+ Only use the charger supplied with your product

+ Never leave batteries unattended when on charge

If you need any additional safety information or general advice on the products we sell please feel free to contact us.

Further Information

Although an e-cigarette mimics and satisfies the oral sensation of smoking, we cannot and do not advertise e-cigarettes to be an aid for quitting smoking or a nicotine replacement therapy (NRT).
Electronic cigarette technology is still new, the first e-cigarettes went on sale in China in 2006 and very positive clinical trials have been carried out in New Zealand and in Malaysia.
However, anyone considering using an electronic cigarette should be aware of the relative lack of clinical knowledge that currently exists around both the long-term inhalation of propylene glycol (which is considered food-safe) and also the effects of nicotine itself, which are still subject to much debate and research.