Study: Vapor Does Not Compromise Indoor Air Quality

The continuous battle on whether vaping indoors is safe or not has been challenged by a study lead by Fontem Ventures, a company that owns two e-cigarette brands, and executed by three research institutes: EMPA Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology,  Kaunas University…

Why Your Vape Juice Matters

E-juice is not all the same, and what you’ve got in yours can make a major difference in the performance of your device, your personal satisfaction level, and in terms of what actually goes into your body as a result of what’s contained in the…

Comfort: Vapor vs. Tobacco

The majority of people are not interested in doing things that are uncomfortable, unpleasant or compromise their lifestyle. When it comes to making decisions between different products, most people aim for those that make their lives more comfortable and more enjoyable. And because humans are…

Formaldehyde & E-Cigs: What You Need to Know

Formaldehyde in your vape, say what?! If you’ve paid any attention to the media over the past few days, read any news articles online, or switched on the TV news channel to hear reports of current events, you’ve probably heard something about electronic cigarettes containing…

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