It’s been almost two decades since the first commercially available vaper liquid came onto the market.
And it’s still a big seller in China, where the world’s largest e-cigarette market is located.
But it’s a niche market in China and not all vapers can afford the high prices.
One of the key ingredients in vape juice, or vape oil, is propylene glycol.
Propylene glyphs are used in many products in China to make products such as shampoo, shampoo detergent, detergent foam, and many other products.
Many people in China don’t like the taste of the stuff and don’t want to pay for it.
But this year, China’s government is trying to change that by introducing a new vaping oil that is lower in glycols.
A new batch of vape oil is available in some vape shops in China that comes with an optional vaper’s manual, according to a report by Xinhua.
The manual is designed to help customers find the best vape juice for their needs.
The new oil is formulated to be as cheap as possible, with a price tag of 3.99 yuan (US$4.19).
It’s also made with ethylene glycerin, a compound made from sugar, to help preserve the flavor of the liquid.
This is not the same as propylene, which is made from aldehydes.
It’s not clear how much of the original formula has been changed, but a spokesperson for China’s tobacco industry told CNN that a lot of the ingredients have been replaced and there’s no longer the old glycol and propylene flavors.
The vaper also has to pay a premium for the oil, which costs about $4 per litre, the spokesperson said.
The company behind the vape oil said in a statement to CNN that the new batch is being sold by vape shops and online retailers only.
Vaping oil isn’t the only new product coming from China.
A new vape juice is being developed in the country to compete with the popular vape oil brand, according the Xinhua report.
The two new products are made with organic coconut oil, and the company said the price of the two is “the same.”
It’s not known whether the two new vape oils will be available to customers in China anytime soon.
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