The e-cigarette market is booming, with more than $3 billion worth of e-cig products on sale this year, according to market research firm eMarketer.
That number is expected to rise to $4.5 billion in 2019, the firm said.
And as e-cigs become more accessible, more people are trying them out, according in research conducted by eMarketers.
It found that 37 percent of people who tried e-liquids in 2018 said they would be using them again in 2019.
In the past three years, e-liquid sales have jumped more than 300 percent.
But there’s a lot of room for growth.
As the number of smokers rises and more people want to quit, it’s likely that e-products will continue to be a popular choice.
In 2019, for example, sales of ejuice were up 50 percent compared to 2016.
But even with that growth, ejuices still make up only a tiny share of the market.
E-cigarettes are the latest product to attract mainstream attention.
Many tobacco companies are embracing e-smoking as a way to help people quit.
Last year, Vape Wild, a company that makes e-juice for e-commerce sites, introduced a special edition called “Vape Wild Vape E-Liquids” that are a more premium alternative to traditional tobacco.
While VapeWild’s products are made with real tobacco, they contain nicotine, flavoring, flavorings and nicotine patches.
They’re available at e-tailer sites such as Amazon, Walmart and Best Buy.
The company said it hopes to increase sales by 15 percent in 2019 and 40 percent in 2020.
But for many e-smokers, the vaping options available are limited, so they have to stick with e-tobacco products.
For some smokers, it also can be a difficult choice.
“If you are a tobacco user, the e-bargain options are not great,” said Dr. Daniel G. Steinberg, the founder of the Smoke Free Alternatives Association, which advocates for smoking cessation.
He says that while e-filing fees are less than traditional cigarettes, ecig manufacturers offer limited returns and are less accurate.
“There is a lot that you have to consider when you’re deciding to switch from a cigarette to an e-vapor,” Steinberg said.
He said some manufacturers don’t offer a choice of flavors, making it difficult to find a vape that tastes like real tobacco.
“We have a lot to be concerned about here,” Steinber said.
One thing to keep in mind is that ejuicers are not tobacco products, according with FDA guidelines.
So they aren’t regulated under the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act.
And there are many restrictions around e-dealing and selling them.
But in general, e cigs are more likely to be inhaled and ingested, which is a concern for those who are trying to quit smoking.
“For those people, we want to make sure we are using the right product, we are not inhaling it,” Steinbers said.
But if you’re looking for a good, affordable e-pack, you may want to give them a try.
There are plenty of products to choose from at local vape shops, which range from e-grocery to vaping supplies.
Many offer a range of flavors and are also offering a variety of e juice flavors, including menthol, mint, coconut, apple and banana.