Start Vaping. Stop Smoking.

Start Vaping. Stop Smoking.

It is said that thousands of smokers are quitting by using vapes and e-cigarettes. Apparently, they're the most popular stop-smoking aid in England and there's growing evidence that they can help people stop smoking for good.

Here are some frequently asked questions so you've got the key information at your fingertips if you are thinking of moving to Vaping.

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN VAPES AND CIGARETTES?

Vapes allow you to inhale nicotine through a vapour rather than smoke. They do not produce tar or carbon monoxide and as a result are significantly less harmful than cigarettes and can help you stop smoking.

WILL USING A VAPE HELP ME STOP SMOKING?

Many people find vapes helpful for stopping smoking. E-cigarettes and Vapes come in a variety of different models and you'll want to find the right one for you, and the right strength of e-liquid to satisfy your needs.

Use your Vape often enough to replace the nicotine you used to get from cigarettes, and keep using it as long as you need to help you stay smoke-free.

HOW SAFE ARE VAPES?

Nothing is completely risk-free but Vaping is estimated to be at least 95% less harmful than cigarettes. The liquid and vapour contain some potentially harmful chemicals also found in tobacco smoke, but at much lower levels.

WHAT ABOUT NICOTINE?

Nicotine alone is relatively harmless—almost all the harm from smoking comes from the deadly cocktail of chemicals in tobacco smoke.

IS VAPING VAPOUR HARMFUL TO OTHERS?

So far, there's no evidence that vaping causes harm to other people around you. 

WHERE CAN I VAPE?

Vaping isn't covered by UK laws banning smoking in public places and workplaces. Organisations make their own policies on vaping. If you're unsure, it's best to ask.

*Please be reminded that our products contain nicotine which is a highly addictive substance. The above is advice and information taken from sites such as Public Health England*

 

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