-On August 20, 2020, VAPORESSO received the acceptance letter for the first round of its PMTA applications from the FDA - only three days after submission. According to its U.S. scientific CRO agent, the application received positive comments from FDA on its overall preparation.
Vaporesso est décidément une marque grand public qui ne cesse d’innover et d’améliorer la qualité de ses produits. Cette nouvelle box, baptisée GEN, en est la preuve. Ce qui frappe en premier c’est bien sûr son poids : 107 grammes sans les accus. Pour parvenir à cette légèreté, Vaporesso a choisi de produire sa box avec du plastique. Cependant, les finitions qui lui sont appliquées sont exemplaires. C’est simple, on croirait du métal, et seul le poids et un examen approfondi de la GEN permette de se rendre compte de la réalité. C’est bluffant.
La mode des pods, c’est avant tout une histoire de MTL. Quelle que soit sa forme. Pour ceux qui apprécient cette vape mais souhaite garder une ecig au style plus traditionnel, Vaporesso vient de sortir une nouvelle gamme appelée VM, dont voici la version Solo 22 mm.
By 2025, the global vape industry is projected to be worth upwards of $61 billion. If you’d like to get in on that action by opening a vape shop, you’re in good company. You’re sure to face a lot of competition; however, your odds of success will be much higher when you properly educate yourself. Below, we’ll outline the basics of how to open a vape shop so you can hit the ground running on this endeavor.
Have you ever had this experience while vaping, when suddenly your tongue just can’t tell the flavor of the e-juice? If so, then you have vapers tongue: a vaper loses the ability to taste vape juice suddenly and unexpectedly. Don’t panic! If you unfortunately come across this situation, it's only temporary.
Offering the highest quality in the vaping industry have always been the purpose of Vaporesso. Such high standards of excellency have allowed Vaporesso to spread its expertise worldwide, and particularly in France, where not only food, fashion and wine are expected to be a fine art. Vape tech is also expected to be a fine craft, and this is why Vaporesso has met a huge success in France.
As the year draws to a close, it's a good time to reflect on the vaping trends that have come and gone. The changes in the industry and how vaping has evolved, both for retailers and consumers. We've had more research from the likes Public Health England and the Scottish NHS that suggest vaping is far less harmful than smoking tobacco laced cigarettes. On the other hand, places like New York State have decided to ban vaping in public spaces altogether, indicating that we still much to do in order to break down the vaping stigma that pervades. Whether you've been vaping for years or have just unwrapped your first vape kit for Christmas, there's a great deal to look forward to in 2018. Here are some vaping predictions based on how things are going so far...
Many experts dubbed 2016 the 'year of the health product'. It got that moniker due to a shift in public awareness when it comes to staying fit and healthy. Health and fitness products like Fitbits and groceries such as almond milk and avacados saw a boom in places like the UK and US, denoting a general trend toward healthy living. In the same year, sales of vape kits and e-cigarettes rose 30% to £81m. It's safe to say that vaping is a booming industry and lots of people are getting on board, but it's curious that while sales are booming during these 'health conscious' times, places like New York state are laying out public bans. Why? Can vaping really be part of an internation health kick, or do we simply have our heads in the clouds?
Vaping is perhaps more popular in the UK than anywhere else at the moment, with over 3 million active vapers. When you consider the research published by Public Health England which claims vaping is 95% less harmful than smoking, it's little surprise that vaping is skyrocketing in Britain. NHS Scotland even went as far as to officially recommend e-cigarettes to those trying to quit smoking tobacco laced cigarettes. So why this sudden move to launch a new inquiry into the safety of vaping? Is it necessary and will it make a difference?
Thanks to the hard work of many public health activitists, most Americans are now aware that smoking cigarettes is bad for them. Despite that, over half a million Americans still die each year from smoking related illnesses, so there's clearly more work to be done. Smoking has decreased in popularity sharply throughout the past decade, in no small part to the introduction of newer, tobacco-free devices we call vape kits or e-cigarettes. So why have New York state now banned them from being them being used in indoor public spaces? Will it actually improve public health?