Snus and nicotine pouches are smokeless tobacco products that have gained widespread popularity worldwide as an alternative to smoking. One common question asked by consumers is how much nicotine is absorbed after the first use. We embarked on a mission to find out.
Studies have revealed that up to 90% of the nicotine in snus and nicotine pouches remains after the initial use by a consumer. The reason behind this high retention rate lies in the inherent nature of these products.
Snus and nicotine pouches are specifically designed to release nicotine slowly over an extended period, ensuring a more prolonged and controlled delivery of the substance. Consequently, the nicotine is not entirely absorbed during the initial use, and a substantial portion of it remains in the product.
It is important to note that the retention rate may vary based on factors such as the brand of the product, the nicotine strength, and individual usage habits. However, regardless of these variables, the overall retention rate tends to be high. Users should be mindful of this characteristic when utilizing these products.
In response to this issue, we have developed a product that addresses this wastage. Our innovative solution includes a cleaning mechanism and a drying method to ensure that the pouches remain soft after the drying process.