We’ve seen many public photos of Reese Witherspoon smoking and vaping over the past few years. Electronic cigarettes are fashion accessories to celebrities and the rich and famous. Rather than the tobacco cigarettes that are socially taboo in so many ways, e-cigs and those handheld vaporizers are a healthier alternative, stylish, fun, and people are using them all over the world. There’s also reason to believe that e-cigs can help those seeking to quit smoking look fashionable as they do so.
Because they aren’t tobacco cigarettes, vapers can sometimes enjoy them indoors. In some areas, such as Los Angeles, there are certain restrictions. It’s always a good idea to know the law and abide by it.
Here’s a short list of celebrities who are out and about with e-cigs:
Brittany Spears has been captured vaping by the paparazzi on many occasions. She is vocal about her preference of e-cigs as a relaxing and fashionable accessory and, remember, she was one of the first to sing, “I’m not that innocent!” According to the FDA, choosing e-cigarettes over tobacco varieties is a smart choice. From available studies comparing e-cigs’ vape vs. tobacco smoke, vape seems to have fewer toxins and contaminants by far.
Reese Witherspoon, a favorite all-American girl and mother, is another e-cigarette user. Reese was a student at Stanford University, now considered the most competitive U.S. educational institution, so we’re sure she did her homework.
Of course, everyone anticipates that rebellious celebrities like Lindsay Lohan and Charlie Sheen vape openly for the crowds. But seeing Hollywood’s top celebrities—including Leonardo Di Caprio—vaping assures us that e-cigs are an established fashion trend. Because these professionals certainly have the wherewithal to smoke privately if they’re concerned about fans’ perceptions!
Hollywood A-lister Dennis Quaid is seen on YouTube with an e-cigarette—but he tells viewers they shouldn’t smoke. This is certainly wise advice.
Twilight Star Robert Pattinson (who also co-starred with Reese Witherspoon in “Water for Elephants”) is another star who’s visibly attached to his e-cigarettes. He recently vaped on movie set. Pattison says that switching from tobacco to e-cigs is part of his process to kick smoking for good. To stop smoking is indeed a big challenge even in Canada where many residents are addicted to smoking.
Similarly, Catherine Zeta Jones says e-cigarettes are helping her gradually quit nicotine.
Katherine Heigl is one of the most-often quoted e-cigs’ advocates. She recently appeared on David Letterman’s show and vaped on camera. Interestingly, Letterman himself enjoys vaping, so this was a good interview for both.
Types of E-Cigs
It’s possible to purchase e-cigarettes in all different colors and flavors. So many stars carry the basic white or cream variety. Others tend to like the metallic (in different colors) look. Still other trendsetters prefer exciting black e-cigarettes. Remember: black and white really do go with everything.
BLACKHAWX E-Cigarette is an example of an e-cig starter kit that’s got the stylish look many vapers are looking for.
Yes, it’s true, there are many photos of Reese Witherspoon smoking. Many stars and celebrities like e-cigarettes because they’re a stylish comfort while reducing nicotine use. Protection from many contaminants available in cigarette smoke—some studies quoted say that tobacco has many thousands of percentages’ higher toxins than vape smoke—is one of the most important reasons to consider e-cigs over tobacco cigarettes. For those who’ve done the research, e-cigs are simply a better lifestyle and health choice for those who use nicotine.