Nicotine Safety, Handling and Storage
Visually inspect your nicotine:
Wear gloves and handle near a sink:
Have specified containers and equipment for your nicotine:
Mix in a safe quiet room on stable surfaces:
KEEP ALL NICOTINE SECURED AND LOCKED AWAY FROM CHILDREN:
eep it away from children and pets. As parents or caregivers of children, it is your responsibility to keep them safe. Nicotine is a dangerous, toxic substance that must be handled with care. Even if children aren’t normally in your house, precautions will help keep you and any visitors safe.
Nicotine is a natural item and needs to be stored in certain conditions to extend its life and avoid degradation. Over time nicotine can turn a variety of colors (yellow, pink, brown and even a bluish green color) and develop a distinctive smell and peppery taste. There are several factors involved. The main ones being oxidation, UV light
To protect the quality of your nicotine, follow these quick and easy suggestions.
1. Keep away from direct sunlight or other bright light sources.
2. If you plan to no use your nicotine within the first week, we recommend storing it in a refrigerator or freezer*.
*Diluted nicotine freezes at
For more information, please visit our Nicotine Strengths page.