The Trump administration is looking to ban thousands of flavors used in e-cigarettes to combat a recent surge in underage vaping.
The Food and Drug Administration says they will develop guidelines to remove all nicotine e-cigarette flavors except tobacco.
All of this is being done as officials say more children are gaining access to the products.
Last year, a government study found one in five teenagers reported vaping, with 80% them saying it was because of flavored juices.
The increase is something that the administration is aiming to put an end to.
“We cannot let a whole generation get addicted”, said Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar
It will take several weeks to develop the proposed flavor restrictions and the FDA says flavored products could apply for permission to reenter the market.
But, under agency standards, only products with a net benefit to public health can win clearance.
Anti-tobacco groups praised the announcement but said restrictions must be “Immediate.”