Sometimes, it’s hard to dedicate the time to reading longform articles which highlight the benefits of vaping; whilst highlighting the dangers of smoking. We’ve put together this handy, simple to digest infographic for you to show what we feel are the biggest facts about smoking – the real smoking facts. Be sure to share this … Continued
Author: Chris Wallace
Not sure if you’ve heard, but there’s this wildly popular pod-based e-cigarette that’s been taking America by storm for the past couple of years. It’s called the Juul, and it’s a big deal. Here’s the rundown for those of you committed enough to vaping to read a blog on a vaping e-commerce site, but somehow … Continued
Late last week, the Daily Mail, not known for being particularly friendly to the e-cigarette industry (and a dubious source for science in general1), published a short article, not available online, on the recent guidance update published by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE (that’s their name, not a comment on how … Continued
Welcome back to the Vapour Mythbusting Power Hour, part 3. If you haven’t read our first part, (toxic metals in vape coils???) or our second part, (formaldehyde production in eliquid???), then go do so. It’s informative and it really helps out our SEO. Today we’re going to take on the oft-cited claim that children are … Continued
It’s clear even from a cursory glance around the vaping industry in 2018 that the choice that a quitting smoker has is more varied now than ever before. And despite controversially strong regulation in many countries, trade is thriving. And all this despite the industry only being about a decade old in the west, and … Continued
Following from World Suicide Prevention on Sunday 10th September, Vapourlites sought to find out the relationship between smoking and mental health problems in the UK, particularly depression. In the UK, 1 in 4 people admit experiencing a mental health problem each year, and in England, 1 in 6 people report experiencing a common mental health … Continued
Most office-based employers, regardless of their stature and industry, have a number of workers who smoke. Their tendency to smoke may be used as a coping mechanism to handle work-related stress and pressures. Many employers therefore willingly allow workers who smoke to do so whenever they get the urge. Whilst it may seem like a … Continued
21 May 2017 is the official start date for new restrictions which are to be enforced on tobacco products.The directive is to come into full effect alongside the eagerly anticipated Standardised Packaging of Tobacco Product Regulations 2015.
New evidence shows that vaping can help you quit smoking. We’ve compiled some foul facts to ensure you stay strong and keep off the fags.
YouGov statistics found that around 5% plan to quit smoking this year; 7% of men and 3% of women. So what are the quit smoking rates across the UK?