BELLA HADID IS QUITTING JUUL AND HERE’S WHY YOU SHOULD TOO

Here are reasons to help you decide.
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After quitting smoking in 2017, Bella Hadid turned to the Juul, a brand of e-cigarette that’s become a phenomenon among young adults. But now, using the New Year as motivation, the Victoria’s Secret model has decided to quit vaping and smoking in every capacity once and for all.

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“2019 resolution—quit Juuling! So far so good!” she wrote on her Instagram Stories along with a video of her blowing fumes into the air, which we’re *hoping* was from before she made the resolution.

 

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With celebs like Hadid, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Katy Perry swearing by the Juul, e-cigarettes have been surging in popularity. But on top of just being celeb-approved, these e-cigarettes are often marketed as being better for you than regular cigarettes simply because they don’t have tobacco.  But how true is this?

Swipe right to find out. 

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