Solar Cigarette Mesmerizes Smokers Taste Buds With A Flavorful & Healthier Way Of Smoking
Solar Cigarette announced the launch of its smokeless cigarettes and flavored multivitamin packs which mesmerize their taste buds and also keeping smokers more committed to healthier life style with addition to also help them lose weight with every puff. This innovative water vapor technology allows smokers to smoke in public places without passing down second hand smoke to their children or other innocent bystanders in the area.
Unique water vapor and flavored vitamin pack design, gives smokers the same sensation of smoking with a variety of refreshing flavors such as vanilla, cherry, chocolate, mint, and the more conventional flavors such as regular tobacco and menthol. Overall its a tasteful way to be more healthier for the smoker.
“The smokeless cigarettes multivitamin packs are the latest and greatest way to help smokers lose weight but also gives them the the confidence to smoke anywhere they like to without passing down second hand smoke to others and avoid the public smoking bans,” said Markus Skupeika, CEO of Solar Cigarette. “Not all smokers are looking to quit smoking but many are searching for a healthier and better tasting substitute for tobacco cigarettes that will keep them from gaining weight.”
Skupeika continues: “Many smokers want something that makes them feel as if they are really smoking, not something that you paste on your skin like a patch. These Solar Cigarettes can give smokers that added edge to help them fulfill their long term goals of becoming tobacco free and improve their lifestyle, live longer to watch their kids grow up and lose weight in the process.”
Solar Cigarette’s CEO, Markus Skupeika, claims it’s customers are raving about the flavors and how refreshing it is to smoke and still can’t believe how these smokeless cigarettes are just like the real thing but actually taste much better and doesn’t leave tobacco odor in their mouth or on their clothes.
With the new Solar Cigarette (http://www.solarcigarette.com), smokers can smoke without passing down harmful second hand smoke to their children. Smokers will keep the weight off in the process of tackling two major goals. To smoke in a healthier way and to lose weight with every puff.
With the 2nd generation rechargeable battery, smokers can literally smoke a whole pack of different flavored cigarettes in their home, office, or restaurants without any tobacco odor, second hand smoke, and cigarette ashes.
With the result of Solar Cigarette customers wanting to change their way of life for the better. Solar Cigarette has released a patent pending vitamin pack design to offer customers multivitamins and CoQ10 with every puff of the Solar Cigarette. The company offers a vitamin pack to reduce heart disease and give smokers an added boost of energy to help them accomplish their daily tasks.
The Solar Cigarette Smokeless Cigarette and flavored multivitamin packs are available in all the major markets across the United States, United Kingdom and Europe.
The director of relations for Solar Cigarette is currently offering a 14 day trial of the smokeless cigarette flavored multivitamin packs design to give cigarette smokers that added incentive to smoke in a healthier way. Now smokers can smoke anywhere they please, avoid fines from the public smoking bans, and have a refreshing smoking experience with the use of the flavored multivitamin packs.
With the use of the Solar Cigarette 14 trial and the multivitamin packs, smokers can live a rejuvenated life clean and free of tobacco and help prevent weight gain.
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