TOGETHER. FORWARD.​ Supported steps of progress​

Progress. It’s about striving to create a better future.
iqos together forward
iqos together forward

It’s about progress​

We all strive to create a better future, for ourselves, and for the people around us.​
iqos together forward
iqos together forward
If you’re an adult smoker looking for a better alternative to continued smoking, IQOS is here to support you in your journey. Just like the more than 14 million adult IQOS users around the world* who are already on that same journey.
*Source: Status as of July 2021. IQOS users who have completely quit cigarettes and for whom PMI HeatSticks represent at least 70% of their past 7-day heated tobacco consumption. PMI Financials or estimates, IQOS user panels and PMI Market Reasearch.
I IQOS because…​
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Find out what real IQOS users say about their experience.

Better choices are worth sharing with friends

Be the change. Register to get a referral code for an adult friend who smokes to redeem at check out on Help your adult smoking friends start their smoke-free journey with heated tobacco


Cigarettes produce tar. IQOS doesn’t.​

“Tar” is the residue from smoke after a cigarette has burned. IQOS does not produce tar because it heats tobacco instead of burning it. It generates an aerosol residue that is fundamentally different from “Tar” and consists of significantly lower levels of harmful chemicals. **​
Switching completely to IQOS is less harmful than continuing to smoke.​ ​
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Although IQOS does not produce tar, IQOS is not risk free, and delivers nicotine which is addictive.
**Average reductions in the levels of a range of harmful chemicals (excluding nicotine) compared to cigarette smoke.

Source: Based on the totality of evidence available for IQOS in comparison with continuing to smoke.


Try an IQOS device at home for 15 days and discover the taste of real tobacco heated, not burned.
This product is not risk-free and delivers nicotine, which is addictive. For adult use only.​