It’s exciting hearing or seeing a flavour combination of vape juice that sounds just mouth wateringly fantastic, you buy it, load your tank up with it and take that first pull on your vape and…..it’s not what you thought it would be. Heartbreaking! But this could be down to a few different factors that isn’t anything to do with the flavour you’ve just bought.
While we’re not a fan of disposable vapes here at Vape69, they are helping people transition from tobacco to vaping. As Public Health England stated back in 2016, Vaping is 95% safer than smoking. This was a huge boost for the vaping industry, to have such backing from a huge governing body.
And the amount of adult users of E-Cigarettes in the UK currently sits at a record high of 4.3 million people, which equates to 8.3% of the adult population of the UK.
As stated above, the term is coined from somebody vaping one flavour of vape juice all day, without changing it throughout the day. These flavours are few and far between, and some peoples perceptions of an ADV is different to others
The results of the experiment were then presented at the American Association for Dental Research annual conference. That’s a mouthful to say. It was here where the scientists confirmed that during the two week period, the teeth that were exposed to the vapour from the e-cigarette did not stain. Those that were instead exposed to cigarette smoke, showed signs of staining very quickly.
The current state of youth vaping in the UK is something that seems to be getting more and more attention from the media and news outlets. And the reports from reliable, reputable sources are showing that youth vaping in the UK is at an all time high with the reason for this being one thing; Disposable vapes.
The question in topic of this article is that is the UK heading towards a “youth vape epidemic” like what the USA experienced in 2018-2020? I’m going to look in to similarities of the current state here and what it was like in America, what needs to be done to combat this and what could happen if intervention doesn’t happen soon.
You may take your vape device in your hand luggage, and do not put any device with an internal battery in your checked baggage that goes into the hold as this could cause your device to explode.
The stains that occur within the home from cigarettes is caused by Nicotine, and what is described as “Nic-Stain” This is due to the fact the smoke from a cigarette is full of toxins such as tar, as well as nicotine (which is not a toxin, nor harmful like a toxin) that lingers around and clings to any surface it can land on, ie your furniture or your walls
10ml e-liquid bottles are the most commonly seen in vape shops, and what sells the most. It’s also the top seller for us here at Vape69. But how long does a standard 10ml bottle of vape juice last?
As I mentioned, the answer to this question does vary from person to person, as Person A may vape considerably more than Person B, so their vape just might not stretch as far as Person B’s.
Back in 2021, UKVIA made a suggestion in a publication that premises should require a licence to sell vape related products in a bid to combat the above mentioned from continuing to happen. In this article, I’m going to look at whether this would be a good or a bad thing if it was imposed, and whether or not it would actually work.
One of the recommendations was for more deprived area’s with limited Stop Smoking services to receive vouchers from Stop Smoking services, or their GP’s that they can use in a vape shop to get themselves a vaping starter kit to get them on the path to stop smoking. And recently, a local Council teamed up with a vape shop in Norfolk offering such service.