After Johnny Depp was seen in the movie “The Tourist” puffing away during the entire film on an electronic cigarette, it really seemed to confirm that electronic cigarettes, were on the rise and were going to become more popular. There probably won’t be tons of celebrity paparazzi photos coming out now of celebrities smoking, instead, we may be more likely to see celebrities puffing on electronic cigarettes and catch them sneaking slyly in and out of an electronic cigarette store, whether they’re buying an electronic cigarette kit for the first or whether they’re stocking up on e-health cartridges. It seemed like overnight that many people started an electronic cigarette store, especially online, to meet the new demand.
Aside from the convenience of being able to smoke the electronic cigarettes anywhere and anytime without having to worry about second hand being let out of the hand, there are also benefits to the smoker as they’re supposed to be safer. Of course, in the past, smokers really didn’t seem to care about this before, but now people value e-health cartridges in order to get their nicotine fix and to taste a cigarette and feel as though they’re actually smoking. The e-health cartridges are one of the most important aspects of the cigarette as it holds the nicotine liquid and screams that its healthier.
The celebrity representation of cigarettes didn’t stop with Johnny Depp. Next up, we saw Katherine Heigl using an electronic cigarette on the David Letterman show, displaying the sentiment that many have about smokeless cigarettes: that they’re a great alternative to both tobacco cigarettes and also don’t contain the very large amount of harmful chemicals and toxins in the liquid, which is turned to vapor that’s inhaled by the smoker. Smokers were also pleased to find that the invention worked well for helping people quit smoking entirely, as with e-liquid, you can take steps down in the amount of nicotine, so eventually people get down to smoking them without any nicotine at all.
When Katherine Heigl was asked about smoking the cigarette, she said she was providing “humidity” to the place, since the atomizer turns everything into a vapor and the tip of the cigarette not only lights up, it also lets off a water vapor.
Odds are now that e-cigarette companies are probably dying for Katherine Heigl to jump onto Letterman’s chair and proclaim her undying love for e-cigarettes…