We offer a range of Tarlock cigarette filters to fit standard filter tipped cigarettes, roll ups, slimline and super slim, alongside other smoking accessories.

Although cigarette tar filters have been available in the UK for many years, at outlets such as Lloyds Chemist and Asda, due to restrictions on advertising, most UK smokers remain unaware of the products existence and health benefits.

Tarlock cigarette filters help you to protect your health by catching and holding a substantial amount of the tar and other harmful substances found in your cigarette.  This can be clearly seen from the very first cigarette you smoke.

Tarlock cigarette filters are made from food quality plastic, which carries no taste.  Each cigarette filter is reusable.

Tarlock Filters

...drastically reduce intake of tar and other toxins without losing the taste.

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Stub Pouches

Avoid litter fines in outdoor smoking areas. Take your stubs and ash home.

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Dummy Cigarettes

These taste of nicotine for up to 4 weeks but contain neither nicotine nor tar.

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What our customers say...

"I started using Tarlock’s cigarette tar filters 6 months ago, and after seeing the dark brown gunk they collect, I wouldn’t fancy smoking without one."

"Tarlock cigarette filters really work!!!  My dentist thought I’d quit smoking."

"I used cigarette tar filters for years when living abroad, but struggled to find them after my return to the UK. Then I found Tarlock’s cigarette filters and wouldn’t use anything else."

How do cigarette filters work?

What every smoker of filter tipped cigarettes should know...

Another good reason to use Tarlock cigarette filters

Researchers have discovered that the built in filters on filter tipped cigarettes, which are designed to trap soot particles and absorb tar and other toxic chemicals are in themselves a potentially dangerous health hazard to smokers. Although the built in filters do help to trap some of the soot particles and to absorb tar, carcinogens and toxic chemicals, analysis of documents released during legal cases show that the built in filters can also send a shower of loose fibres and carbon particles into the lungs of smokers. The body finds it difficult to break down these fibres and previous research suggests that the fibres found in the lungs of smokers are made of this material. These fibres are known to be coated in tumour promoters, carcinogens and a diverse range of toxins which are known to resist biodegradation. The complete article can be found at NewScientist.com

Using Tarlock cigarette filters will help to protect you against this newly discovered health risk by catching and holding air born fibres within the filter, helping to prevent them from entering your lungs. Tarlock do not contain any chemicals, charcoal or other loose fibre, they simply use centrifugal force to place a barrier between you and the hazardous toxins found in your filter tipped cigarettes.

cigarette filter holesHow do they work?

Our cigarette filters DO NOT contain any chemicals, they simply use centrifugal force. As the smoke is drawn into the cigarette filter it passes through small holes which causes the smoke to spin at speed in a whirlwind effect, this forces the heavier particles (mainly tar but also other hazardous substances) to the outer edge, where it sticks to the inside of the cigarette filter wall. This toxic sludge is clearly visible from the very first cigarette smoked, regardless of the strength.

used cigarette tar filter

How long will one filter last?

Each cigarette filter can be used again and again. Once the yellow area is full, simply discard and replace with a new one.

30-day money back guarantee!

We have so much faith in the exceptional health benefits and performance of Tarlock cigarette filters, that we are pleased to offer our customers a 30-Day Money Back Guarantee if our product does not perform as promised.

page last updated on 11/04/2013

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