Celeb Trend: Do Electronic Cigarettes Really Work?
What do Katherine Heigl, Jerry Ferrara, Karina Smirnoff, Uma Thurman and Jenni “JWOWW” Farley have in common? They're all famous. Duh!
They're also all taking part in a new Hollywood trend -- using electronic cigarettes. We've all heard about them, but do they really work? Celebuzz decided to find out!
Sure, everybody knows smoking is bad for you. Cigarettes rob the body of oxygen -- which results in the degradation of collagen and elastin, robbing smokers of their youthful glow. Not only that, it dries hair, destroys nails and stains teeth. Not sexy!
These former smokers have all switched to South Beach Smoke electronic cigarettes, which offers a healthy alternative to those nasty cancer sticks. There are no carcinogens, tobacco or ash -- just exhaled water vapor.
The e-cigs deliver a nicotine solution that satisfies the craving for a cigarette, while also substituting the physical (and equally addictive) aspects of smoking. Users simply charge up the battery, screw in the cartridge (which come in various flavors), then puff away!
CONCLUSION: It works, if you commit to using it. Not only is it a decent substitute (although not an exact simulation), but kisses taste better too. Plus, there is zero chance of making a cigarette burn mark on that cute new top you just spent way too much money on!