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Vaporleaf Compliance with State Regulations



Some states have enacted their own laws regarding the sale and/or shipment of vapor products into or within their state. Below you will find information for the individual states’ regulations. The information listed on this page is subject to change at any time.



If you do not see your state in the drop-down menu when placing your order, that means we have currently stopped shipping there pending review of your state's regulations. We have currently stopped shipping to the following states:

  • California – due to the California STAKE Act, a small company such as ours is unable to meet the full requirements needed in order to ship packages here.
  • Delaware – due to the age verification regulations set forth, a small company such as ours is unable to age verify all Delaware customers properly.
  • Utah – online sales are banned to this state.
  • Vermont – online sales are banned to this state.



Due to bans on flavored eJuices, we are currently shipping only tobacco flavors to the following cities/states:

  • Massachusetts
  • Minnesota
  • Montana
  • Pinedale, WY

If any non-tobacco flavored eJuices are ordered from the above cities/states, we will remove those bottles and refund you accordingly. Any other products ordered will be shipped out normally. We may also cancel the entire order if it is mainly flavored ejuice.




Some states are now requiring an adult (21+) signature at the time of delivery. Unfortunately, this regulation does cause increased shipping rates for all orders into these states. Due to the increased shipping rates from the required adult signature at delivery, we are currently unable to offer free shipping to our customers in these states.


The following states have implemented an Adult signature required delivery.
($6.65 Adult signature required plus Priority Shipping $7.25 and up):

  • Connecticut
  • Iowa
  • Massachusetts
  • North Dakota
  • Virginia
  • Texas



If you are confused as to why your state is on any of these lists, Public Health Law Center has some great information and references to each state’s legislature. We will do our best to keep our lists as updated as possible, and we apologize for any inconvenience.