Like anything else, safety always comes first. Anyone who vapes should be aware of some safety precautions, as well as the proper way of handling mods, batteries, pens, or e-cigarettes.
Beware of the batteries - Don’t leave your mod or batteries in strange places that are hot or too close to your body. Avoid carrying batteries in pockets, purses, or wallets. Overheating of the battery can cause explosions and gas production among other things.
Don’t let your mod overheat - because there are batteries inside mod’s, overheat can spell disaster. If you feel that the mod is getting too hot, set it down. Take a break from vaping until it cools back down. There is nothing worse than an overheated mod. Using these mod’s could lead to the batteries leaking strong chemicals.
Keep the juice off your skin - e-cigarette juice is for going into the refill cartridge of your e-cig. Not on your skin. Spills may happen, still, it’s crucial not to let the juice touch your bare skin.
The skin is like a sponge and will soak up e-cigarette juice spills which means soaking up a highly concentrated amount of nicotine. This spells trouble for any human being! Too large of a dose could cause negative side effects. Some may experience nausea, vomiting, anxiety, or dizziness (aka nicotine poisoning).
Only buy juice from reputable places - this is vital for your safety. The last thing you want to do is vape a substance that has harsh chemicals in it, isn’t built reach hot temperatures or something that becomes toxic to inhale when heated.
Don’t put anything inside that isn’t meant for it! - it’s as simple as that. Stick to products intended for e-cigarette use to avoid accidents.
Have a secure keeping place for your vape - you’ll want to keep your e-cigarette’s, pens, and mods out of the reach of children, teens, or pets.
Take care of your body - more important than anything else, take care of your body. Listen to what your body is telling you when you vape. This is key for vape safety! Vaping can cause dehydration, so drinking water is important to stay hydrated.