The move comes as Juul is hit with more lawsuits alleging they target teens
Juul Labs, Inc is reportedly developing a new vaporizer that is designed to only unlock for users older than 21.
The e-cigarette maker says an app will lock the device and it will only unlock if users can verify that they are above the legal age to smoke in the US, according to The Wall Street Journal.
The San Francisco-based company plans to submit its proposal to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) by May 12.
It comes as Juul is hit with more lawsuits that allege it targeted teens and misrepresented the possible health risks of using its products, but the company claims it’s committed to fighting the vaping epidemic.
The Journal reports that Juul’s FDA proposal will be more than 250,000 pages long and include more than 110 scientific studies, a new marketing campaign and plans for reducing youth vaping.
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