CVS reverses course; no ID to buy nail polish remover
Pharmacy revokes previous decision to require ID when purchasing nail polish remover.
Earlier this week, CVS announced it would be implementing stricter rules about buying nail polish remover in its stores, releasing a statement saying you had to show ID in order to purchase it.
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But just a few days later, the pharmacy is reversing its course in this decision. According to ABC News, the pharmacy chain will no longer require identification or database entry.
The decision was originally implemented to discourage excessive purchasing of nail polish remover -- which contains acetone -- which is also used to make methamphetamine.
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ABC reports: “The company said photo ID will no longer be required to buy products containing acetone at all its stores, except those in Hawaii. If someone buys iodine products at stores in California, Hawaii and West Virginia, they'll need to show ID there as well.”
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You can read more about the updated policy on CVS’s Facebook page.
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