Teen Vaping is an epidemic that recently has picked up some steam around the country in recent years. Parents have been discovering kids with their vapes, finding that their own kids are hopelessly addicted to nicotine. The company known as Juul is one of the leading vaping companies that many kids buy from. Several parents had sued Juul for enabling their kids and creating their nicotine addictions. Many other vaping companies are responsible for the vaping epidemic, causing kids who desperately addicted do whatever it takes to get “just one hit”. Though this is a very large issue in the country, many steps have been taken to fix it. Several flavors have been restricted and the age limit has been raised from 18-19 to 21. This is great, but it still won’t stop kids from asking adults to buy for them or to find off brand flavors. The key to stopping teen vaping is making it harder to get (How to stop teen vaping? Make e-cigarettes harder to get).I suggest taking this a step further by requiring vape companies to sell from their own product in their own store. Juul has already done this, having their own shops to sell their flavors and devices. Taking nicotine devices into a more professional setting could prevent teen vaping even more.