You may be used to pulling out your ID to buy alcohol or cigarettes at your local CVS, but now you’ll have to hand your driver’s license over for something in the cosmetics aisle: nail polish remover.
A new policy at the drug store chain caps the amount of acetone products a customer can purchase each day. Acetone, a common ingredient in many polish removers, is one of the ingredients used illegally to produce methamphetamine, the chain has said.
The policy was instituted about a week ago, a employee at a CVS location in Georgetown confirmed. . .