It’s the liquid inside an e-cigarette – typically made up of nicotine, flavourings and a carrier, such as propylene glycol or glycerol to ‘carry’ flavourings in the vapour. Once heated, the e-liquid turns into a vapour that you can inhale. Most e-liquids contain nicotine, although you can buy nicotine-free versions. Logic products use pharmaceutical-grade nicotine and food-grade flavourings.
An e-cigarette, e-cig, or vape is a battery-powered device that converts liquid into vapour. The liquid typically comes in different flavours, and usually contains nicotine. When you vape, a small heating element, called a coil, heats up the e-liquid, turning it into vapour that you can inhale.
There isn't one overall rule on where vaping is permitted in Ireland. Many companies, employers and owners of public venues have their own vaping rules, which may either restrict or prevent vaping.
Some of Ireland's airports may allow vaping in designated smoking areas, but all ban vaping on flights. It's always best to check if any rules apply and to consider the people around you before you start vaping.