CVS Requires ID To Buy Nail Polish Remover
CREATED Aug. 13, 2013
If you need nail polish remover, make sure you have your ID.
According to a new corporate policy at CVS stores, customers buying nail police remover that contains acetone, will have to show ID. And at some stores, sales of nail polish remover will be restricted to people 18 and older.
It's another battle in the war against meth.
Acetone, which is one of the ingredients used to make meth in home labs.
CVS says it will limit the amount of nail polish remover a person can buy in conjunction with other products that contain ingredients that can be used to make meth, including cold and allergy medicines.
Right now, the age restrictions are only in stores in Hawaii, Illinois and Ohio. But the company is working to implement those age restrictions at its stores nationwide.