One stir of your finger and you''ll know if a person spikes your drink. It's a nail polish that detects the date rape drug, according to four college students

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One stir of your finger and you''ll know if a person spikes your drink.

It's a nail polish that detects the date rape drug, according to four college students from Raleigh, North Carolina, who came up with the product called "Undercover Colors."

If you're wearing the product on your nails, the color of your nail polish will change if it's exposed to drugs such as Rohypnol, Xanax and GHB.

The product's Facebook page garnered more than 77,000 likes since its creation this year.

It's in the works of accepting donations. The web site claims that "with our nail polish, any woman will be empowered to discreetly ensure her safety by simply stirring her drink with her finger."

MORE INFO: Undercover Colors Facebook Page

Many of the public took to social media to dish out their concerns or raves.

Jezebel, a Gawker blog aimed at women's interests, raises questions of its actual efficacy.

The product surfaces at a time when California state lawmakers approved Thursday a first-ever bill that defines the affirmative consent of sexual activity.

The push is an effort in response to increasing national pressure for universities to combat sexual abuse claims. The bill heads to the governor's office.

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