Last updated: May 23, 2022
“Vapor products” also referred to as Vapor Product Refills, shall refer to the liquid, solid, or gel, or any combination thereof, which may or may not contain nicotine, that is transformed into an aerosol without combustion by a Vapor Product Device.
For the purpose of this review, we will be using the term “e-cigarettes” when referring to “vapor products.”
Vapor Product Device
“Vapor Product Device” shall refer to a device or a combination of devices used to heat a Vapor Product, to produce an aerosol, mist, or vapor that users inhale. These may include combinations of a liquid solution or gel that are heated and transformed into an aerosol without combustion through the employment of a mechanical or electronic heating element, battery, or circuit, and includes, but is not limited to, a cartridge, a tank, or a device without a cartridge or tank.
“Nicotine Shots” shall refer to nicotine in liquid or any other form or substance that is added to or mixed with Vapor Product Refills or cartridges that has the effect of increasing the dosage or nicotine concentration in a refill or cartridge.
Reduced Risk Statement
“Reduced Risk Statement” shall refer to an explicit communication to consumers in the product label or marketing materials which states that the product presents less risk of harm to the user 's health or is less harmful to the user 's health than continued smoking of combustible cigarettes.
“Refill” shall refer to a container for holding electronic liquid or Nicotine Mixture.