new study shows vaping does not affect skin repair

A new study from 1 of the biggest tobacco companies in the world, British American Tobacco (BAT), has confirmed that tobacco smoking will disrupt skin repair in blood vessels, while e-cigarette vaping will not, even at higher than normal doses.

The new tests performed by BAT showed that, unlike smoking tobacco cigarettes, vaping does not stop wounds from healing and does not cause damage to blood vessels which can lead to heart disease. Tests with e-cigarette vapour were performed with nicotine content similar to traditional cigarettes but were also performed with double the nicotine content and both results showed no damage to blood vessels or the disruption of cell healing.

Source: Daily Mail

Leave a Reply