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June 7, 2019  – Solace Vapor said it plans to terminate its relationship with the social media influencer who was accused of improperly marketing the company’s products on social media. “All of Solace Vapor’s internal packaging, marketing and nicotine warnings are compliant with FDA standards,” the company said in a statement to ABC News. We will be reviewing and terminating any and all 3rd party influencers who may not be compliant with our marketing policies.”

The move continues the FDA’s crackdown on what both Sharpless and his predecessors have called an “epidemic” of e-cigarette use by minors … Already known as a highly-addictive substance for all consumers, nicotine is particularly harmful to brain development in young people, according to the CDC. In some cases, the CDC says, nicotine has been found to cause lapses in focus and negatively impact the ability to learn.

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