The Food and Drug Administration is cracking down on electronic cigarettes.

The FDA is aiming to keep the federally unregulated form of nicotine from minors.

Under a new federal rule, retailers are not allowed to sell e-cigs, cigars and hookah tobacco to anyone under 18. In addition, a photo ID is required for buyers 26 and under.

Another rule would require new health warnings.

“As a nation, we’ve agreed for many years that nicotine does not belong in the hands of children,” said Sylvia Burwell, Secretary of Health and Human Services.

The new FDA rule will also allow the agency to evaluate things like ingredients and product design.

Any products that hit the market after February 2007 will have to submit to a federal review.