Hi again so after one week of smoking only pure VG liquid 18mg/ml without any flavor acne disappear and now im smoking VG only for 2,5 month and during this time i didnt have any skin problems anymore. So im happy. Hope this can help anyone with same problem.View Thread
Hi, im smoking electronic cigarette for 6 months and since this i hhave significant onset of acne. Im using only Pg liquids with 18mg/ml of nicotine (only liqua liquids - flavor traditional tobacco). Thank you for this question, bcos i never ever have acne until i started to smoke el. cig. so it seems for me that smtg. in liquid really makes it. Now i have to return to smoke tobacco again, otherwise i will destroy my skin forever. i will try &let you know result.View Thread
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