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Clearette Light Rated as "Preferred E-Cig Brand Among Women" by ECigReviewCentral.com

MIAMI, March 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- In today's competitive E-Cigarette market with hundreds of different products to choose from, the popularity of electronic cigarettes is growing throughout the smoking community.  Clearette Electronic Cigarette Company is becoming a smash hit with female smokers through the "Clearette Light" line of products rated as "Preferred E-Cig Brand Among Women" by ECigReviewCentral.com  

At only 1.2% nicotine, the Clearette Light delivers the feeling smokers crave without very high nicotine content.  In consistent surveys female E-cig users continually comment on typical brands being too high in nicotine or too harsh for their lungs.  Clearette's line of Light's is the answer for these lighter vaping users. In addition to female users, male users that enjoy using electronic cigarettes that don't necessarily want heavy intakes of nicotine have found the product to be quite pleasing as well.  Most new e-cig users that are stopping the bad habit of smoking and have chosen e-cigs may use the product too much as an initial crutch to not smoke traditional tobacco.  The problem with this is that if they are using a nicotine dosage that is too high, there is the possibility of nicotine overdose.  It is important to understand that higher dose e-cigs are not meant to be used as often as a lower nicotine content line or zero nicotine line.  Many e-cigs on the market contain 3% or more nicotine which can be a lot for new users to handle.  Whether you're a chain smoker, a two hundred and fifty pound male or a petite woman, e-cig products with higher nicotine levels should be used sparingly.  Frequent use of e-cigs with higher nicotine concentrations can cause nicotine overdose with symptoms including nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, sweating, hypertension, headache, dizziness, and seizures.

The Clearette Light comes as a disposable unit and a rechargeable kit.  With the red glowing tip, paper covering and soft, all white "filter" the Clearette Light looks more like an actual light cigarette than a battery operated electronic device.  The "filter" section of the electronic cigarette is known in the vaping community as a cartridge, which contains the mixture of propylene glycol and vegetable glycerin that is heated to produce the smoke-like vapor that you see.  

There is no ash, no tar, no carcinogens and no added chemicals besides the nicotine, which varies in concentration depending on the product.  In addition to the Light, Clearette's products come in variety of options ranging from 0% up to 2.4% nicotine.  

In addition to women, the Clearette Light is the perfect entry option for anyone switching over to vaping from smoking.  As most smokers gauge their nicotine intake by each cigarette they burn through, it is much different with e-cig products.  Electronic cigarettes don't decrease in size as you smoke them, so it is hard to tell how much nicotine you're really consuming.  Also, vapor doesn't burn your throat the way smoke does, so users can "vape away" all day long.  The Clearette Light can provide an easier, safer introduction to e-cigs for any new user- providing just enough nicotine and ensuring an enjoyable experience.

SOURCE ECigReviewCentral.com

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