Nail Polish Line Detects Date Rape Drugs

Nail Polish Line Detects Date Rape Drugs
Design

Undercover Colors allows women to find out if their drink has been tampered with by just dipping their finger in it

Sara Roncero-Menendez
  • 3 september 2014

It is an unfortunate problem in our society that there is a practice of slipping drugs into someone’s drink in order to lead them away and sexually assault them while they cannot consent. They can be employed in any situation, whether at a bar, a party, or even in a person’s own home. Now, women can test their drinks before taking a potentially drugged sip just by dipping their manicured finger in it.

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