Since 2006, tobacco products in Luxembourg have been regulated by the Anti-Tobacco Act. The law banned the advertising of tobacco products, sales of tobacco to minors, and smoking outdoors among other things.
In 2017, Luxembourg passed an amendment which served to transpose the EU’s Tobacco Products Directive (TPD) into national legislation. It regulates nicotine-containing e-liquids and e-cigarettes as well as nicotine-free e-cigarettes. A second regulation sets further requirements, including for the labelling of e-cigarette products. These regulations mostly only apply to e-cigarettes containing nicotine.