New to Vaping? Let's break it down!
Wednesday, 8 July 2015 | Admin
We are very much accustomed to the fact that eating a few too many slices of a deliciously dark chocolate cake is not good for you. Ask yourself what the result is; feeling bloated and knowing you have gained more pounds than you can count on your fingers. Smoking has evolved into an addiction that seems more difficult to shift than a piece of cake. So why do people who smoke insist on continuing when they know the side effects. With a list too long to remember, it is no surprise that in the past few years electronic cigarettes have overtaken cigarette sales. UK sales of nicotine replacements such as patches and gum have fallen for the first time since 2008 as consumers turn to vaping to kick the habit. The UK is now the second largest market for vaping devices in the world with an increase of 75pc to £459m.
The term ‘vaping’, was named buzzword of the year in 2014 and without a doubt has become a global phenomenon. Smokers are seeking a new way of giving up smoking which also satisfies the crave for nicotine and the physical action of putting a cigarette to your mouth.
E-cigarettes have hit the nail on the head!
If you are considering vaping, there are various dosage of nicotine available to help you reduce the amount you smoke. Being a ‘newbie’ can be difficult at the best of times and the world of vaping is no different. Technologically built to perfection, there are three major varieties of e-cigarettes including disposable, rechargeable and refillable. For every e-cigarette, there are hundreds of flavours to tickle your taste buds. Still love the taste of tobacco but wish to quit smoking; fear not as you can get tobacco and menthol flavoured e-liquids.
So if you are new to vaping and need some advice, take a look at the infographic below to break down the components of e-cigarettes. Need more help with choosing a starter kit, contact us now!
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