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Logic has excellent quality standards. All of Logic's products are stamped with the CE mark, demonstrating that all products meet the applicable EU safety and environmental requirements. Together with governments and other e-cigarette manufacturers, Logic works hard to develop a regulatory framework with robust industry product standards.

Logic e-liquids are made of five ingredients: propylene glycol, glycerol, water, flavourings and pharmaceutical-grade nicotine (with the exception of our nicotine free e-liquids). All ingredients are listed on the product labels. Our e-liquids are made in Europe and have excellent quality standards. Logic e-liquids are stamped with the CE mark which demonstrates the products meet all the applicable EU safety and environmental requirements.

Propylene Glycol is a colourless, odourless organic compound that’s recognised as non-toxic and safe, and ‘carries’ the flavouring in an e-liquid. It’s a humectant, which means it keeps things moist, so it evaporates easily and ensures a flavourful vape.

Vegetable glycerin is a clear, odourless liquid, extracted from plant oils using a process called hydrolysis. E-liquids with a high vegetable glycerin content produce large, thick clouds.

Propylene Glycol (PG) and Vegetable Glycerin (VG) are two of the four main ingredients in almost all e-liquids, along with nicotine and flavourings. PG and VG are used to help distribute the flavour and nicotine throughout the e-liquid.

PG is an organic compound and is almost odourless and colourless. It has a low viscosity which means it flows easily, similar to water. PG absorbs flavours more easily than VG, and so using higher amounts of PG in e-liquids tends to create a more concentrated taste.

VG is an organic based substance derived from plant extracts. Coconut oil, palm oil and even soy can be used to extract VG. Whilst this substance is also odourless and colourless; it does have a very subtle sweet flavour. VG has a higher viscosity than PG, so higher levels of VG create a thicker vape cloud that some, more experienced vapers prefer. It also tends to produce a less intense hit on the throat when inhaled.

The exact recipes of our e-liquids are closely guarded secrets. However, we can confirm that our e-liquids do not contain Diacetyl, Acetyl Propionyl, Acetoin, Ethylene Glycol or Diethylene Glycol.

Consult a healthcare professional before using any Logic product if you are on any medication. This product should not be used by young people and non-smokers, women who are pregnant or breast-feeding, or persons who are at risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, hyperthyroidism or ulcers, or taking medicine for depression or asthma.

This product contains nicotine, nicotine is known to cross the placental barrier and so there may be risks for the foetus. This product may also contain ingredients that may cause allergic reactions in sensitive persons, please check the list of ingredients.

Using this product may cause hypertension, rapid heart rate, heavy breathing, loss of balance, pallor, nausea, abdominal pain, diarrhea, headache, dizziness, disturbed hearing and vision, mental confusion and weakness. It may also cause irritation of the throat and increased salivation.

If you experience any of the above effects, discontinue use of Logic and any other intake of nicotine products immediately and seek medical attention. Bring the leaflet to the medical personnel’s attention.

As with any electrical product, your e-cigarette or vape device should not be used after it has been immersed in water.

Using a Logic e-cigarette no e-liquid should get in contact with your lips. If this occurs and only a few drops come into contact with your lips rinse with plenty of water. If Logic e-liquid is swallowed, immediately rinse the mouth and call a poison center or a doctor/physician. When seeking medical advice, have the product packaging or instruction leaflet at hand.

If Logic e-liquid comes in contact with your eyes immediately wash with plenty of water; seek medical advice if irritation develops or continues.

We are aware that health authorities in the US are investigating possible cases of respiratory illnesses, which have been allegedly associated with vaping. At this point in time, only limited information has been released by investigating authorities. What we understand from media reports is that many of the patients acknowledged a history of vaping e-liquids containing THC (cannabis oil). It has also been reported that vitamin E acetate, a chemical related to cannabis oils, has been found in many of the samples analysed by the authorities.

Public Health England has reassured users about the quality and safety of e-cigarettes currently marketed in the UK saying, “Unlike the US, all e-cigarette products in the UK are tightly regulated for quality and safety by the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency and they operate the yellow card scheme, encouraging vapers to report any bad experiences,”.

In our Logic range of nicotine-containing products, we do not offer THC/cannabis e-liquids and we confirm that we do not use vitamin E acetate as an ingredient in our Logic e-liquids. All Logic e-liquids are subject to a robust product stewardship program, including toxicological assessments and quality control of all ingredients used. Only after having passed this thorough examination are Logic e-liquids released for sale.

Those who are pregnant should avoid nicotine completely, as it can cross through the placental barrier and cause potential risk to the foetus.

This product should not be used by young people and non-smokers, women who are pregnant or breast-feeding, or persons who are at risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, hyperthyroidism or ulcers, or taking medicine for depression or asthma.

If Logic e-liquid comes in contact with skin gently wash with plenty of soap and water.