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Published on December 7th, 2016 | by Guest

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10 Facts That Everyone Gets Wrong About Vaping [Infographic]

If you are frequent in the street lately, there is a big chance that you saw a couple or more individuals vaping. As one of the latest trend that continues to gain popularity today, vapes or e-cigarettes is deemed to be the best option for anyone who wants to try a healthier alternative than regular cigarettes. Many people also see vaping as a stepping stone to actually quit the habit of smoking or even vaping in their lifestyle.

But despite the numerous studies that support the idea of vaping, many people still hold on to some beliefs that are actually not true. One of the frontrunners in these misleading beliefs is that vaping – like an ordinary cigarette, can cause danger both to its user and people around them. According to this myth, vaping contains some cancer-causing agents similar to those traditional cigarettes, which is not true at all.

In fact, e-juices, the liquid that e-cigarettes convert into vapor, only contains basic ingredients that are totally safe for human consumption. The only substance which that might be a concern for e-juices is nicotine, a habit-forming substance that is also present in tobacco cigarettes that get the user “hooked” on the said medium. However, it is important to take note that not all e-juices have nicotine mixed with them. Some only contains artificial flavoring, which is immensely helpful for those who just want to enjoy vaping itself

There are still a lot of misconceptions surrounding the world of vaping. To help you dispel these myths, check out this infographic courtesy of Vape Icon as they have gathered ten facts that everyone gets wrong about vaping.

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