What is Aqueous Glycerin?
Aqueous Glycerine is Glycerol or Vegetable Glycerine which has been diluted with water to produce a less viscous liquid. This is often used as an alternative to using propylene glycol to glycerine for those people who have an intolerance or are allergic to propylene glycol.
Using aqueous glycerine can give the user the same effect without much of a noticable difference, however, diluting the glycerine by adding too much water will reduce the chances of the liquid vapourizing in the clearomizer. It can also give the user a dry mouth if using too often. Much the same complaint found with using PG.
Glycerin is a humectant which means it attracts moisture, over a period of 24hours glycerin will absorb a third of its own mass in water so any glycerin which is left exposed to the elements will turn into aqueous glycerin over a short period of time. This is why keeping the lid tightly screwed on you ejuice bottle is important. Wicked Wizard uses pure pharmacy grade glycerin in our liquids to produce the maximum possible vapour.