The report titled, “Alternative Non-Nicotine Liquid Vaping Products: Complete Market Analysis of Herbals, Extracts and Vitamin Vaping” has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering. It focuses on alternative vaping products which despite containing no nicotine, are in some cases even more controversial than the nicotine containing type.
These products have not only created a competitive edge to the supplements’ market but have the potential to pull consumers away from the consumption of nicotine and tobacco products, towards a completely new vaping experience.
The report names the USA, Japan and China, as the main markets for such products, and points out that almost half of the brands that distribute these alternative vape products, also sell nutritional supplements.
The report offers an analysis on 136 nicotine-free alternatives
The variety of herbal extracts used in alternative vaping products amounts to about 150 types, and the report offers an analysis of 136 alternative nicotine-free e-liquid vaping brands marketed worldwide. The products are compared by content and product type, and the report lists important details with regards to component characteristics of these products.
This is a clear indicator that the vaping industry is focusing more and more on product diversification and novel technologies. While remaining widely under attack and sadly still compared to the tobacco industry, the vaping industry is striving towards a more positive holistic image and direction, akin to herbal supplements and natural product consumption.
“This social tendency towards alternative vaping products is mainly supported by health and environmental conscious individuals, those seeking the anticipated personal benefits derived from consuming natural products, emerging trend followers, and various groups that prefer vaping zero nicotine products,” says an article on PR Newswire mentioning the report.
“The positioning, main purpose, and market segment of alternative nicotine-free vaping products are similar to health (diet) supplements, thus making them a potential alternative to oral supplement products. But these products are still vaping articles and, accordingly, their promotion and distribution are often regulated by applicable vape legislation in certain markets.”
“Given the emerging popularity of non-nicotine vape products in the context of the regulatory backlash against nicotine and cannabis vape products, these new vape alternatives often fall afoul of prohibited product policies related to marketing and sale of vape products generally on social media and through online sales platforms.”