Where to Buy ECig E-Liquids That Are Diacetyl, Acetoin and Acetyl Propionyl Free

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Are you a vaper who’s concerned about dangerous chemicals in your ecigarette e-liquids? There have been scientific reports from even the most pro-ecig scientists, including Dr. Konstantinos Farsalinos warning vapers that some compound sweet flavors such as vanilla custard (my absolute favorite) may contain minute amounts of Acetoin and Acetyl Propionyl, (a/k/a AP), or even Diacetyl, which may be hazardous when heated and inhaled over a long period.

Fear not! The best e-cigarette eliquid companies are aware that their flavor supplier’s tests are not good enough for today’s rigorous purity and safety standards. They’re a step ahead of FDA regulations; ready to present detailed independent reports on the safety and purity of their products’ ingredients. I stress the word independent because it means testing was performed outside the company, not within their own laboratories.

I contacted popular e-liquid companies VaporfiVirgin Vapor, DirectVapor, Halo CigsFirebrand and Mt. Baker Vaporvoicing my concerns about e-liquid ingredients that may one day prove to be harmful. It didn’t take long before I received an explicit response from each company on how they were addressing the safety issue.

E-liquid Companies That Use Independent Labs to Test Their E-liquids

Virgin Vapor Organic ELiquids

#1 – Virgin Vapor’s  Customer Service Team confirmed there is no Diacetyl, diacetyl analogs, Acetoin, Acetyl Propionyl, 2, 3-Pentanedione, Diethylene Glycol, Ketone, Aldehyde, or Hexane in any of Virgin Vapor’s pure organic e-liquids. Neither are there any heavy metals, mercury, lead, chromium and cadmium.

Virgin Vapor, (now called Kai’s Virgin Vapor) has prepared third-party certified lab reports and they are fully certified by AEMSA.

According to Angel, a Virgin Vapor representative, 100% organic e-liquids means there are no chemical flavorings, which may be why their tobacco flavor “Black Velvet” is so true to taste. 

“The flavor IS the plant, flower, fruit, etc… Virgin Vapor flavors are steam extracted so there is no chemical residue left behind from the extraction process.”

The ingredients are very simple:

  • pharmaceutical grade Kosher nicotine
  • organic pharmaceutical grade vegetable glycerin
  • pure, distilled water
  • certified organic flavors

VV’s most recent statement (May 2016) says ” We have Certificates of Analysis showing all of our flavors to be free of these compounds with a detection limit of 0.1 parts per million.”

 

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#2 VaporFi

VaporFi spokesperson, Andres Gomez verified that their Premium, Reserve and Grand Reserve lines are 100% clean with lab reports published on their website to show all results. 

“We think that it’s an important to combat [these] reports that paint the Ecig industry in a negative light with positive information about companies that are self-regulating and making sure they are producing e-juice that is clean, 100% free of Diacetyl and AP. VaporFi, e-liquids are among the cleanest juices out there and produced under the highest operating standards.”

Want proof? Check out VaporFi’s e-juice reports

#3 – Halo Cigs

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Award-winning Halo Cigs, makers of the awesome Triton Tank System conducts third party testing for all of their e-liquids.

Company spokesperson, Jason Del Giudice told me Halo tests not only for Diacetyl and Acetyl Propionyl, but also Acetoin, Arsenic, Cadmium, Diethylene Glycol and Nitrosamines.

“We run our e-liquids through third party testing every 3-6 months to ensure there are no changes on our suppliers side.”

Halo has a relatively small line-up of e-liquids compared to the other brands featured in this post. They do have some sweet flavors such as Belgian Cocoa, Malibu and Shamrock, but for now, there’s no custard or cream flavor.

Del Giudice says that will change soon.

“We have been working on creamy type flavors that don’t contain these ingredients, and hope to have something available later this year.”

#4 – Firebrand America 

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This is the e-liquid company famous for their high tech labs, certified 99.9%+ ultra-pure nicotine and three-tier filtration system.

Firebrand’s exhaustive 3rd party lab testing has audited all their product lines. This includes their excellent Liquitine and Sub-OHM e-liquids (80% VG for perfect clouds that won’t clog up your coils). Tests confirmed the safety of all Firebrand eliquids. Testing was conducted at the meticulous level of “parts per billion”.

Last year, only a few flavors came back with slightly positive levels. Those not able to be reformulated were pulled from the lineup, while others with extremely minute levels will soon contain warning labels so consumers can make the choice for themselves.

Firebrand’s three best selling flavors – Tobacco Gold, Arctic Ice, Carnivale, and the peanut butter banana flavor, The Elvis tested 100% of Diacetyl & AP free.

#5 – DirectVapor

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Discount company DirectVapor carries a huge selection of e-liquids from some of the most popular ejuice companies including Motley Brew, Cosmic Fog and Space Jam. The DirectVapor website is extremely transparent when it comes to e-liquid safety. The website clearly states that all products sold are “Always Diacetyl-Free”. DirectVapor also has “full disclosure on acetyl propionyl”. 

#6 – Mt. Baker Vapor

Mt. Baker Vapor logo

MBV’s representative Michael Sullivan confirmed that their Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) reports show no Diacetyl, Acetoin, or Acetyl Propionyl in Mt. Baker’s quality, US made eliquids including the Custard and Vanilla e-liquids.

Mt. Baker Vapor has addressed the overwhelming task (and costs) of submitting their enormous flavor inventory for independent testing. Although product selection may soon be reduced to make the job viable, the process has begun and all results will be published publicly.

E-liquids that meet new FDA Regulations tested for safety

All the e-liquid companies mentioned in this post use pharmaceutical grade vegetable glycerin (VG) or a 50/50 mix of pharmaceutical grade propylene glycol (PG) as a base. The nicotine used (if ordered by the vaper) is also guaranteed pure.

Any of the above links or company logos will take you to the official websites.

With e-cigarette safety and consumer awareness as our mission, the entire review staff at Best E-Cigarette Guide is happy to recommend all of the above quality e-liquid companies.

If you are concerned about safety practices at popular ecigarette companies V2Cigs and Vaporfi, check out the following links:

V2Cigs Safety Standards

Vaporfi Independently Certified for Safety E-Liquids

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Hillary

Hillary, BECG's managing editor and contributing author has been an advocate for the vaping industry for over 10 years. After a long career writing and producing for national television networks, Hillary now focuses on helping smokers and former smokers better understand the many benefits of electronic cigarettes and the role they play in tobacco harm reduction, health and well-being. She is the editor for Cloud NineSavvy ExaminerBest E-Cigarette Guide and ECigarette News . Follow Best ECigarette Guide on Twitter

80 comments to Where to Buy ECig E-Liquids That Are Diacetyl, Acetoin and Acetyl Propionyl Free

  • Owen

    hi, UK vaper here, I have bought some eliquids from my local vape shop.
    the bottle is the lab dinky donut and under further inspection it says made by the ciggie shop. Just wondering if this is free from any nasties? thanks.

    • Hillary

      Same here in the US, Owen. Many (or most) vape shops offer a wide range of flavors that they will mix up for you while you wait. Not in a lab, or even a kitchen that gets inspected by the authorities, as in restaurants. They usually use ingredients sent to them from larger suppliers, but the problem is sanitary quality control. I suspect this will change here after FDA regulations go into effect here later this year…(unless they are once again delayed). My advice is to purchase your e-juice from retailers who are not afraid to post the use safety precautions on their website. This article lists some of the better ones. Thanks for your comment 🙂

  • Thanks for the guide. We need more humans to care for one another! <3

  • Kevin

    Hi there,

    I just bought a 60ml Kilo White Series Cinnamon Roll.. Was wondering if this flavour contains diacetyl or acetoin..?

    Thanks very much..

    Kevin..

  • Ashley

    Hi Hillary, i have found out about this super super cheap wholesale supplier and straight away rang alarm bells. Are they a safe supplier i wonder. I am in the UK and the company is called Bluestar, they claim they are covered by regulations and laws (full CHIP/CLP Compliant) on there website and are lab tested.
    How can i be assured all they have stated is true?

    • Hillary

      Hi Ashley,

      Thanks for your comment, You are smart to inquire and do your homework. I did some research and the reviews in ecig forums are mixed regarding taste and value for dollar/pound. As for quality, many reputable eliquid companies have no problem posting independent third party testing reports on their website. With the diacetyl scare, the best companies make a point of saying “diacetyl free”. In the US all vape products will need to submit their product ingredients the FDA by August 2017 so the top companies are already on top of it 🙂

      On the upside, Bluestar indicates that they use pure ingredients that are “expertly mixed” and “batch controlled”. On the downside, they are self-regulated and they do not have a phone number, just an e-mail address.

      The most disconcerting piece of information I found was from a customer who stated they were a Chinese company claiming to manufacture in U.K. There was a thread on UKVapers where someone who lived close to their ‘factory’ visited and found it to be just an office. Sorry, I don’t have a link to the actual posting on UKVapers. Good luck and happy vaping!

  • Chia

    Can you tell me if Juis brand and Vaperz (Chrome?) brand are free of these nasties?
    Thank you!

    • Hillary

      Hi Chia,

      I am not familiar with Juis and Vaperz, but I suggest you contact their customer service department. If they cannot give you an ingredient disclosure list I would shop elsewhere.

  • Scayde

    No requests, only a thank you for all of your hard work developing this resource. I have found your site to be one of the most helpful on the web.

    • Hillary

      Thank you so much Scayde for your kind words and support. BECG is committed to the promotion of ecigs and THR and we are always available to answer your questions if needed 🙂 Happy vaping!

  • Diane

    Do you mix your own? The shop I used closed for good and I always got the No-flavor. I don’t like the flavors and I am desperate to find someone who sells it. I don’t like the tabacco flavors either. please help!!

  • Jeff

    Hi, I’m really loving my cookies & cream by FRYD a company that I’m starting to see pop up on many store shelves for PG problematic peeps like me.

    I just ordered VV 2 120 mil bottles of DBC and Van kiss. I’m just concerned now after reading reviews about possable long steep times for VV and Wana mare sure the FRYD is safe for my waiting times for the VV lines.

  • Tom

    Hillary, hi

    I’m enquiring about the British-based company, Vapology. Their prices are below market price and I seem to be the only one who is cautious of this. Do you know of Vapology.co.uk and if not, do you think you could enquire about their practises? Their tobacco liquids are amazing, but I’m concerned this is all too good to be true. I’ve tried emailing them with the following letter, but have yet to receive a reply.

    “Good afternoon,

    I hope this email finds you well.

    I’m writing today as a customer and, on the advice of the FDA, to ask you a few questions about the quality of your e-liquids.

    Could you please tell me, are you a ‘producer’?

    If so, do you use your own lab or a third-party one to test the quality of your e-liquids?

    Do you use pharma-grade PG & VG?

    Do you use any colouring, stabilisers or preservatives in your e-liquids? If so, which ones? Diacetyl?

    What grade/purity of nicotine are inside your e-liquids?

    Finally, do you possess any certificates (that I can see) that backs up your responses to the above questions?

    Thank you for taking the time to answer these questions. This email is not related to a complaint in any way.

    Kind regards,

    Tom”

    Thanks in advance for your journalistic prowess.

    • Hillary

      Hi Tom,
      Although I have not tried their products, I would be surprised if they did not respond to your inquiry as they do make claims of purity and safety on their website and invite inquiries by email and phone.

  • Nancy

    Hi,
    Myself, I am not good at pouring liquids, I still use prefilled cartridges.

    So I read V2 cartridges should be safe.
    Do you have any idea if the following brands are diketone and formaldehyde free:

    vaporfi pre filled cartridges (so not the liquid bottles)
    easy puff cartridges
    atlantic vapor cartridges
    JUUL cartridges

    I live in Belgium but mostly order in in the UK, since I was informed that vendors in the UK cannot sell ecigs with diketone any more, is this correct?

    Thank you!

    • Hillary

      Hi Nancy,
      I know for sure that all Vaporfi eliquids (in bottles) as well as their cartridges are diketone free and formaldehyde levels are so low, if they were any lower they could not be measured.
      I am not familiar with the other brands but if you speak to their customer service or email them they may give you the answer.

  • Curious

    Hi Hillary,

    Do you have any info on Indigo Vapor’s liquids? I wrote to them and got an odd response, saying just “no” to my question of “do any of your liquids contain diacetyl and or acetyl propionyl and if so, how much”. They further added “part of the FDAs wisdom is that we’re no longer allowed to discuss those details with customers”. Is this true, that vendors can no longer discuss these details??? Seems very odd to me.

    Thanks for any light you can shed on this … Forever curious

    • Hillary

      Hi Curious,

      Thanks for commenting!

      The FDA has current guidelines for sellers of ecigs and E-liquids (all ENDS products actually). They do not include forbidding sellers to discuss ingredients with customers. Most of the sellers recommended on Best E-cigarette Guide are happy to list ingredients or say “no diacetyl” in flavor descriptions.

  • aisha Hirani

    hi hilary,

    i am still confused about Vaporfi’s reports because looking at their test labs it still says they have formaldehyde. lol

    • Hillary

      Hi aisha,
      I agree, Vaporfi’s Analytical Report is very difficult to understand, but if you look at the first Narrative Summary, in QC Notes it reads, “Acetaldehyde, acrolein, formaldehyde, and crotonaldehyde were not detected in the blank at levels above the minimum detection limit (MDL).

      The acronym MDL represents the Minimum Detection Limit. Below this value the laboratory cannot determine the presence of the analyte of interest reliably.

      In essence, that means it is present in very very minute amounts, and if it were any lower it could not be detected by their testing instruments.
      It’s important to keep things in perspective. The World Health Organization says there are small amounts of formaldehyde in drinking water and in many foods and cosmetics.

  • Charlie

    The Virgin Vapor response is a little misleading. Referring to organic as meaning there are no chemical flavourings is incorrect, as all flavours are chemicals. Also, diacetyl is a naturally occurring chemical that is present in, amongst other things, apples, blackcurrants and blueberries, so if these fruits were “steam extracted” it would most likely contain diacetyl, because it is a water soluble compound.

  • Blazed21

    Any information on Marina Vape e-juice?

  • David grubbs

    What about Aqua smoke? My dad is new to Vaping and trying to fully switch in hopes it is healthier than cigarettes. Thank you for your info.

    • Hillary

      Hi David,

      I’m unfamiliar with Aqua smoke, but all the brands listed in this post carry diacetyl acetoin and acetyl propionyl free eliquids. All ecigs are about 95% healthier than cigarettes as you are not breathing in tar or the over 400 dangerous chemicals in tobacco cigs.

  • jc in hb

    Thanks Hillary for showing that the vape industry is being proactive about being as safe as possible. I have been going to Mt Baker for 6 months and their products are pretty good especially for the price. I got tired of spending $20+/week for a store bought brand, like Cutwood etc., they are better quality/flavor but at 3 times the price, Mt Baker has my business.

  • D.M.

    Hello. Hillary, I do not envy you. It appears that most of the folks on the forum/blog cannot figure out how to use e-mail! Why can these folks NOT contact the company themselves, as has been suggested by about a million people? Come on guys, get up!

    • Hillary

      Clearly D.M! Of course, I’m happy to assist, but I was wondering when someone would mention that anyone can contact a manufacturer 🙂 Getting them to respond is the hard part!

  • Josh

    Hillary, Ive done a great deal of research and I cannot determine if vaporblunt e-juice is diacetyl free. Could you tell me if it is? It states that it uses 100% food grade PG, is FDA approved, and is made in the US.

    • Hillary

      Hi Josh,
      Vaperblunt is very hard to contact. I have not even been able to find their home page although they do sell through other online distributors who claim they use 100% food grade PG, are FDA approved and are made in the US. That’s true of most e-liquids today. Too many excellent ejuice companies are far more transparent about their products’ ingredients. I recommend you shop somewhere else.
      Best of luck!

  • Jessica

    Do you know if kind juice e nectar jungle juice has any diacetyl or any of the other bad ingredients. .their site says that it can have natural diacety in it do to fermentation is that just as bad?

  • Jonny, London

    Hi there!
    Thanks for putting together your research in an article. I use e-lites both regular and menthol in the UK and have tried to get any info on diacetyl but have had no luck. They mention ‘flavourings’ in their list of ingredients on the website but don’t go into detail. There are a big brand in the UK and I wondered if you had any more info on them?

    Thanks

    • Hillary

      Hello Jonny,
      Glad you found this helpful.

      I’m not familiar with e-lites, but I will check it out too and will certainly post any information I receive in a repy to your comment. If I don’t reply, it just means the owners have not responded to my inquiries. 🙂

  • Jay

    I have to point out that Mt.Baker’s Thug Juice was tested by Dash Vapes (in Canada) and found to have 8.03ug/ml of Diacetyl. So I think the point is that perhaps it is not the juice mfg’s that should be asked or believed regarding levels of these chemicals in their products. After all, they are highly motivated to tell the consumer what they want to hear. IMO find a vendor that it willing to test the juice they sell and publish the results for their customers. I will only buy juice that tests at zero, and I won’t buy juice that has no testing results at all. I just want to keep vaping as ‘healthy’ as it can be. It sucks to find out now that several of my favotite (and even ‘premium’) juices that I have vaped for years are now shown to have Diacetyl and AP, but now we can all expect to make informed decisions. Kudos to distributors that take it upon themselves to inform their customers!

  • Erica Mitchell

    Hi, do you know if Cashmere Millionaire’s juice is Diacetyl, Acetoin and Acetyl Propionyl free? I can’t find anywhere online anything about it. Thanks for your help!

  • Hillary

    The best way for anyone to learn about a particular company’s safety practices or whether an eliquid contains diacetyl is to email them. There is usually a contact link on the website. If they do not reply ….as do so many I try to contact do, then I would choose a more reliable company. You’ll also find several eliquid reviews and recommendations right here at best e-cigarette guide.

  • Robert

    Hillary, do you know whether or not Vape Wild has any of the bad stuff in their product?

  • sam

    Can you please check VAPE WILD ?
    I buy my juice from there but im scared they use the bad chemicals.
    Can you please email me your findings if possible
    I would be forever greatful

  • Wayne

    I would like to know if Uncle Junks Genius Juices have disputes in them. Thanks for any info on this.

  • Paul

    Hi Hillary i am from the UK and have recently started vaping a US brand called element and was hoping you might have some info on there liquid. I did try to contact them twice asking if it contained any of the chemicals you mentioned above but got no reply. Seems they dont want to answer me. Thanks for this article very usefull info.

    • Hillary

      Hi Paul,
      They do not seem to be very cooperative with these kind of inquiries. With so many great, safety minded e-liquid companies out there I choose to steer away from those who don’t respond with the answers I need. Good luck!

  • adam

    Hi Hillary
    Would you know if the Starbuzz E Juice flavours are safe and have no bad chemicals?

  • den

    Are there any British companies that are diacetyl free? Thank you

    • Hillary

      Hi den – I’m sure there are loads since so many companies have started third party testing ahead of upcoming regulations. Our site has quite a few articles that recommend quality eliquid companies that deliver to the UK, but you’ll also find Reddit’s forums are helpful too. The best companies will list their safety precautions and/or list of ingredients and/or test results.

  • Michael Daniel

    Hi Hilary I was curious if you have any information on Freedom Smoke USA. I can’t seem to find out one way or another.

    • Hillary

      Hi Michael,
      Sometimes you just have to call cs or email them. I’m always surprised when a supplier of vaping products is less than transparent about the purity, testing methods, ect. of the e-liquid they sell. That said, sometimes you’ll only see purity ratings on the site, but you get the specific information about diacetyl-free content when you view the brand’s “creamy” flavored e-liquid, (like Firebrand’s Carnivale).

      Thanks for visiting our site!

  • George

    Hi Hillary,

    Do you know if Rips E-Juice contain these chemicals? They are a UK based company, struggling to find info, its the only one I use but considering switching since the new info coming out about all of this. Cheers

    • Hillary

      Hi George,
      I have contacted them and will report back here asap 😉 Thanks for visiting our review site and Happy New Year.

      Cheers,
      Hillary

    • Hillary

      I have just heard back from RIPS e-juice representative Paul Gorman. He said, “All our E-juices manufactured in the UK have been third party tested and contain no diacetyl, acetoin or acetyl propionyl.”

  • Mikki

    Hi Hillary, Do you know if Modfuel specifically Redstone contains any of those ingredients? Thanks 🙂 Happy New Year 🙂

    • Hillary

      They provide no information about their ingredients on their website, which by today’s standards is unusual. Not very transparent. You can contact them, but you have to fill out a form.

  • Marcellina

    Thank-you for the info! 🙂

  • Cristian

    Thank you so much for your help, I will be buying from MBV. Keep up the good work. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

  • Cristian

    Hello and thank you for this helpful information, I do not live in USA, but I am about to place a large order of Dr. Crimmy’s V-Liquid, is there any report of them having any of this harmful chemicals in their e liquid?

    • Hillary

      Hi Cristian,
      I do NOT recommend Dr. Crimmy’s as they have been cited for their highly unsanitary e-liquid labs. Only buy from companies that are accredited by a reputable safety standard organization. In the US there’s AEMSA, (Firebrand e-liquids is a member), and SFATA to mention a few. Make sure the manufacturer’s website says their e-liquids are prepared to current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP). The best companies have a webpage that addresses safety and purity issues. Check out the HaloCigs Purity Page and the VaporFi page. BTW most companies ship internationally.

  • K.H.

    Thanks for the time you put into this article Hillary, I have been a MBV customer for a long time but have decided that I won’t use their juice and ordered from 2 other companies including MOUNTAIN OAK VAPORS, I’ve used them in the past and they are certifying all their juice to be free of the chemicals in the study. I however see no study results from Mount Baker Vapor and I don’t think they should be in this article. They have only claimed to have submitted for testing but have zero results back yet? Sounds like a crock to me. I think they spent all the profits they had on moving from DC to AZ to keep their doors open and when it came out they needed to get testing done ut oh no funds for that big of a project. This article may mislead consumers after all in your report he simply claimed to have submitted for testing, still nobody should be routed to that site until results are provided. They aren’t even addressing the concerns on the site as of ten minutes prior to me writing this comment anyway. Thanks again for the info!
    K. H.

    • Hillary

      Hello Kelly,

      Thanks for contributing to this important topic.

      I just re-contacted Mt.Baker Vapor and received the reply posted below. If you are still concerned about the overblown diacetyl scare, I recommend Firebrand or Halo E-Liquids as well. Also check out the truth about diacetyl from tobacco/ecig scientist and researcher Dr. Konstantin E. Farsalinos.

      Aubrey B (Mt Baker Vapor)
      Dec 21, 08:00

      Hello,

      Thank you for contacting Mt Baker Vapor. Our MSDS (Manufacturers Declaration) from the manufacturer who produces the base flavor compounds that we use in our flavoring does not declare Diacetyl, Acetoin or Acetyl Propionyl, or other known variations thereof, in it’s construction. In the interest of full disclosure, we are currently having our flavors tested to ensure quality and consistency throughout the manufacturing process. As it stands, the flavor supplier who provides our flavoring base has not included Diacetyl, Acetyl Propionyl or Acetoin in the construction of our flavorings.

      We value complete transparency with our customers and if, during the course of testing, we find any of these ingredients, we will ensure that our customers are notified and we will take the necessary measures to continue to provide safe and quality e liquids. In the meantime, I would recommend getting caught up to speed with the most recent studies regarding the Diacetyl content in ejuice. For more information on this please visit our blog post here: http://blog.mtbakervapor.com/the-truth-about-diacetyl/ Please let us know if you have any other questions, comments, or concerns.

      Sincerely,
      Aubrey MBV CSR

  • Ben

    I don’t know if you actually read the reports provided on VaporFi’s website, but it clearly states that they use Diacetyl in their formulas. They also report to use Acetaldehyde, Crotonaldehyde, and Formaldehyde. Look on page 6 of the “Glycerin Report” and you will see the results of the content of these chemicals.

    • Hillary

      Ben,

      Vaporfi states on their website that their e-liquids are “diacetyl free”.(see last entry).

      The Vaporfi chemical analysis of each compound shows “0.00 % present” on all those samples. You may be misled by the the MS (Matrix Spike) which refers to the control sample they prepare as a measure to assess the control of the laboratory’s analytical system. MS, the use of duplicate matrix spikes allows further confirmation of laboratory quality by showing the consistency of results gained by performing the same steps multiple times.

      It’s interesting to note that a tobacco cigarette contains 100 times more diacetyl than the absolute worst e-cig (750 times the average one). Why do we never see any sensational reports about that in the news? The answer is of course that we are in the throes of a monumental ecig war. Big tobacco and big pharma are the enemy who fear a revolutionary smoking cession product that is destroying their profits.

  • Linda

    Any information on Mountain Oak Vapors products?

    • Hillary

      Hi Linda,
      Mountain Oak Vapors does not use Diacetyl, Acetoin or Acetyl Proionyl. We have found that the e-liquid industry has been very quick to address the recent concerns about these ingredients. These days it’s harder to find a company that includes them as ingredients :).

      Happy vaping!

  • Hi
    We at Best4ecigs sell Hangsen e-liquids that contain neither diacetyl or acetoin.

  • Peter Schatz

    What about Mister-E-Liquid? Do their e liquid varieties contain Acetoin or 2,3-pentanedione? Their web site claims Diacetyl and Accetyl Propionyl were not detected in an independent study.

    Thank you

  • Greg L.

    Hi BECG,

    I just learned that HaloCigs re-tested all their e-liquids and they confirm all are both Diacetyl and Acetyl Propionyl free.

  • Ahmed Wael

    Hi Hillary,

    First thank you so much for the great work, second i wanted to confirm as i don’t live in the US, i got an order from MT Baker couple of weeks ago, 50% of the order are creamy type of products so wanted to confirm according to their message it is Diacetyl, Acetoin, or Acetyl Propionyl Free.

    thank you again for your help.

    Ahmed.

    • Hillary

      Thanks for the kind words Ahmed and for visiting our website. I spoke with MBV’s representative Michael Sullivan directly and he confirmed that Mt. Baker Vapor sends their eliquids out for third party testing. The Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) reports show no Diacetyl, Acetoin, or Acetyl Propionyl in their creamy flavored eliquids. MBV is one of the largest US eliquid manufacturers and has the funds to cover the costs of testing all their flavors. That’s a lot as they bring out new flavors regularly.

  • James Duvalle

    You shoud also inquire larger companies like V2cigs, blucigs, etc and even those luxury ones like suicide bunny, five pawn, etc

    • Hillary

      Thanks James. We are keeping up with those larger companies and will add to our post when all information is confirmed. V2 has confirmed that all their e-liquids contain no diacetyl, acetoin or acetyl propionyl. I’m not sure how an eliquid company reaches “luxury” status, but we will make inquiries into those you suggested. As you know there are now thousands of ejuice manufacturers around the world.

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