How does Vape work?

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When understanding what Vaping is, it is essential to also understand how it works. There's a lot going on inside your Breeze Vape or pod when you inhale the vapor through the drip trip.

Let's start from the beginning: you've primed your Vape by adding a new Juice to the glass tube. In order for you to inhale the vapor of this new Juice, you must activate the device's atomizer.

This can be done by pressing a button on the Vape itself or even by the simple act of inhaling the vapor through the drip tip. It depends on the device model. At that moment, some processes happen inside the atomizer, if it turns on:

The coil head heats up on Ooze Battery power. The heat is transferred to the cotton, which vaporizes the juice contained therein (which is absorbed as the vaper fills the glass tube/tank).

Burning and vaporization process:

There are a lot of questions from beginner vapers about the burning and vaping process. After all, which one does Vape perform?
Well, as we pointed out earlier, the Vape vaporizes the juice — not burns it. That is, there is no combustion of chemical components.

This avoids several evils that a simple drag on a conventional cigarette causes. So much so that many vapers are smokers who are looking to stop using conventional cigarettes, which can be very harmful to health.

Traditional cigarettes release thousands of chemicals when lit and inhaled, such as tar and carbon monoxide.

What can you put in the vape?

The product you vape is Juice, which is the liquid placed in the Vape. There are countless flavors for sale in stores — and every day, more Juices are being developed.

This is why, for anyone who wants to understand what Vaping is, Juices can be a little confusing at first.

However, it is worth noting that they are usually composed of:

- Propylene glycol (PG);
- Vegetable glycerin (VG);
- Flavorings and flavor additives;
- Nicotine (which can be optional and has different levels).

Nicotine and flavorings are easy to understand, but VG and PG are important to the overall vaping experience. The ratio of VG to PG defines the viscosity of the liquid and thus the temperature needed to vaporize it. It also determines the most suitable tanks and coils for vaping. This ratio can also decide how intense the physical sensation of inspiration will be.

At this point, it's worth experimenting with a few different flavors and proportions, so you can find the one that best suits your taste!