Undercover Colors is a company dedicated to empowering women to prevent sexual assault — and they are using nail polish to do so. The company’s Facebook page cites a statistic that 18% of women will be sexually assaulted in their lifetime (that’s almost one out of every five in the country). A creative way to combat the use of the date rape drug thought of by Undercover Colors is to create a nail polish that changes color when it comes in contact with Rohypnol, Xanax, and GHB. All a woman has to do is wear the polish then stir her drink with her finger. If the polish changes color, she’ll know her drink is spiked. A site is available to donate to the research and development efforts of the company if you’d like to see this polish come to the market: https://undercovercolors.cloverdonations.com/uc-donations-page/. Follow Undercover Colors on Twitter to get more up to date news on the company’s efforts.