E-Juice changes to purple under the sunlight

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  1. kumanan

    kumanan New Member

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    My Equal Mango juice turns from clear to purple whenever under the sunlight, only under the sunlight, whenever inside it seems normal. Can someone please explain this?
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    Bad Ninja Well-Known Member

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    Have no Idea what is in that juice.
    I DIY.
    Nothing in a standard E Juice recipe should do that.
     
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    Vapin4Joy 2 year member reviewer

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    You wearing Prism Sunglasses outside?
     
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    Whiskey The TCIC Staff Member Moderator 2 year member Head of Giveaways

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    Food coloring, welcome to VI :)
     
  5. ParaTech

    ParaTech What's the DEAL? Moderator

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    Hi kumanan and welcome to VapingInsider.
    I use DIY juice and it does the same thing.
    Some colorings are only noticeable in certain shades of really bright light.
    An 8000k light produces a blue-ish tint
    A 6000k light has a very slight purple-ish tint
    5000k is pretty much white
    3000k is yellow-ish
    2700k is a standard incandescent or halogen light.
    (K = kelvin)
    Mixing those colors of light with the slight tint your juice has with said lighting being really bright (sun) you'll see this purple-ish shade.
    If you leave that out in the sun for a few days it'll turn red and start to taste watery but that's an entirely different topic.
     
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