A signature and ID are no longer needed to purchase nail polish remover at CVS.
A representative at the Knox store stated that both an ID and signature were needed to purchase acetone products, or nail polish remover, for a short time but they no longer require it.
According to a CBSNews.com article, IDs are still required to buy acetone products in Hawaii and iodine products in California, Hawaii and West Virginia. This rule is in compliance with state regulations that require retailers to keep sales records for products used in the illegal manufacture of methamphetamine.
Acetone and iodine are two ingredients used in the cooking of meth.
CVS initially enacted the ID and signature rule last month, but stores have since lifted the condition.