Just how cool and trendy are vapor cigarettes? Well, from the looks of what some top celebrities in Hollywood are doing and advocating, they think they are pretty hip. Beginning as early as the 1930's, cigarette smoking has been a part of the movie industry. You would see famous actors such as Bette Davis, Audrey Hepburn and John Wayne enjoying a traditional cigarette on a regular basis.
We all know that what is seen and done in Hollywood many times sets the stage of what is trendy. As Andy Warhol once said, "It's the movies that have really been running things in America ever since they were invented. They show you what to do, how to do it, when to do it, how to feel about it, and how to look how you feel about it."
Today, in our society of trying to be more health conscious, many celebrities are instead opting for smokeless alternative like the vapor cigarette. What are some of the main reasons they are doing so? With all of the traditional cigarette bans in various places, including the celebrity state of California, e-cigarettes have become popular because of often being able to smoke indoors, on the Hollywood set and in many public places where regular cigarettes are not allowed.
Another reason for the switch is the impact on the environment and our community with second hand smoke from traditional cigarettes being such an issue.
Also, vapor cigarettes are more appealing because of their cool, crisp taste and plethora of flavor available options.
Below are some of the celebrities that have been seen recently and some over the years using vapor cigarettes
These are just a touch of the celebrities that have been reported to enjoy the vapor cigarette.
Are you interested in a smoking alternative, or want to enjoy vaping with family and friends?
If so, check out more information in our knowledge center and blog. We believe once you try vapor cigarettes, you will be as satisfied as many of the celebrities have been with the smoking alternative!
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