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Tips & Tricks: Make the Switch to Electronic Cigarettes
10 Tips To Make The Switch
 

10 Tips To Make The Switch

We know how difficult it can be to make the switch to e-Cigs; so we want to be with you every step of the way and fully-support you throughout your journey.

 
 
 
 

Here are some simple tips to help you get the most out of your
South Beach Smoke e-Cig:

Still smoking a few traditional cigarettes? No worries, it's normal. Remember one step at a time, don't over stress yourself.

Although some people find that e-Cig's taste like a traditional cigarette; others need a little bit more time to adjust to the taste.

The more you handle your electronic cigarette, the more comfortable you will become with the weight difference between a traditional cig and an e-Cig.

Always keep extra batteries charged and ready for use.

Are you a one-pack a-day smoker? If you are, you'll probably need 1-1.5 e-Cig cartridges per day. Over time, you'll smoke less and less. This is completely normal.

Keep in mind your body is accustomed to taking in thousands of toxins and carcinogens from the traditional cigs you have been smoking. Your body will need time to adjust to the lack of chemicals and its dependency it has had on them.

Don't forget to enjoy your e-Cig in all of the places where traditional cigarette smoking is forbidden. FEEL THE FREEDOM!

Change up your smoking experience! Try new and different flavors of cartridges. You can even take it one step further and accessorize!

Think about all of the money you are saving by switching to e-Cigs plus the other wonderful benefits of switching to e-Cigs. Continue your savings even more money by joining South Beach Smoke's Home Delivery Program!

Want to talk about it? Like Us and share your experience with us on Facebook. Our South Beach Smoke Facebook community is a great place for support and encouragement.

 
 
 
 

GIVE E-CIGS A CHANCE & DON'T GIVE UP!

Share your thoughts and experiences with us. We're here to help!

 
 

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