Vaping aids in cigarette cessation for many, yet its rise among the youth is concerning. A balanced, informed discourse is needed to navigate its dual-edged nature.
The recent news about the overfilled Elf Bars, Crystal Bars and Lost Marys are causing massive debate on vaping health and safety and regulative reliability. Let’s get to the truth behind what is going on with the overfilled vape situation in the UK…
#OldFartsVaping is taking the Twittersphere by storm, with “old farts” posting photos of themselves vaping to try to make the act seem “uncool” to young people.
Dr Chenyue Xing, a former Juul employee turned vaping mogul, launched her own company Myst Labs in 2019—with the intention of providing a less harmful, higher-quality alternative to smoking. Her recent invention, Nicotine X, is sweeping the vaping world and will soon be available in the UK.
Did you know that vaping is considered the most effective smoking cessation aid, with a success rate between 59.7% and 74%? Stop smoking this STOPtober by making the switch to vaping!
Disposable vaping favourite Geek Bar has recently launched its first pre-filled pod kit, the Geek Bar J1, which will come as a delight to many vapers.
As the number of people switching from smoking to vaping skyrockets, we’re faced with a mounting vape waste problem. While vape hardware manufacturers are working out the details of widespread waste disposal programmes, the responsibility falls to us as consumers to dispose of our vape products responsibly.
Riot E-Liquid is capitalising on the recent upheaval of the UK government by addressing Sajid Javid directly, requesting that he apply to be their Head of Public Health to promote vaping to the WHO and to support the company’s goal of achieving a smoke-free world by 2030.