NJOY is a pioneer in vaping and a leader in revolution against combustible cigarettes. The brand was founded in 2006 and has continued to serve as an innovation and thought leader in the vaping industry. The company also holds a contract with the National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA) to supply a standard research electronic cigarette for use in independent, government-funded clinical studies in leading academic institutions in the U.S. - a project with enormous potential in the United States and across the world.
A battery-operated device that contains e-liquid and an atomizer (a heating element). When you draw from the mouthpiece, the heating element - powered by a battery - aerosolized the e-liquid. The e-liquid generally includes nicotine, glycerin, propylene glycol and flavorings, and many NJOY products also contain lactic acid. Please see the specific product for any other ingredients
A vape device consists of a rechargeable battery and a tank or pod that screw together. It's powered on and off by the user via a button or by drawing on the device. The tank is filled with e-liquid heated by the atomizer inside the tank. The result is a flavorful, satisfying vapor.
The main ingredients by volume in NJOY's vape e-liquids are propylene glycol (PG) and vegetable glycerin (VG). Additional ingredients include nicotine and flavorings. The e-liquid in all flavors of the NJOY DAILY and ACE products also contain lactic acid. All of NJOY's e-liquids are made in the USA with domestic and imported ingredients, and contain U.S.P. PG, VG and nicotine.
NJOY e-liquids are formulated and blended in the U.S. with domestic and imported ingredients and U.S.P. vegetable glycerin, propylene glycol and nicotine.
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