Vaping - what is it and why is it so popular in this day and age? Not only will this post educate you on the ins and outs of vaping, but if you vape yourself then you'll go to sleep tonight fully educated on how to vape in style thanks to Vapelux.
Lung cancer is everywhere. Smoking cigarettes is incredibly dangerous and I've very almost lost close family members due to their bad habit. Vaping is not something I have ever tried or even featured on my blog. However, if there's an alternative for smokers to try without inhaling the bad chemicals then I would love to spread the word across about vaping on my platform.
I'm a non-smoker so that's the main reason I have never tried it. However, the idea does intrigue me a lot and I am very fascinated by the way vapers inhale and exhale the vapour. I don't think I will personally ever try it but I think that may be down to being a non-smoker.
What is vaping?
Vaping is inhaling vapour from e-liquid through an electronic device. It was introduced to be the next best thing and replacement of a cigarette. However, it's tobacco free and a lot cheaper too. Vaping is very popular amongst people who are trying to give up smoking as they can still get their "fix" but without inhaling the harmful chemicals.
What do vapers inhale?
The vapour that is inhaled is from the e-liquid inside of the device. E-liquid is made from propylene glycol (PG) or vegetable glycerin (VG). With a mixture of either PG or VG; you can add either natural or artificial flavourings depending on your personal requirement.
Whether you're looking to vape because you're on a new journey to quitting smoking or maybe you are just intrigued by the hundreds of different artificial flavoured vapours. At Vapelux, they provide everything from e-cig kits, e-liquids, tanks and vaping accessories. They have a brand new tank available which is an improvement of the original Alantis Tank. With an improved airflow system, the new Aspire Alantis 2 Tank provides extra vapour for your enjoyment.
Disclaimer: This post is in collaboration with Vapelux. All words and opinions are my own.