Do you need your hair tested for toxic heavy metals?
Hair testing can expose traces of exposure far longer than blood or urine
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Which Test Do You Need?
Test Hair for Heavy Metals – 5 Panel
Have you been exposed to potentially dangerous heavy metals? Test hair for Arsenic, Mercury, Cadmium, Chromium, and Lead. This is not a home test kit.
Test Hair for Heavy Metals
Have you been exposed to potentially toxic metals? Test hair for 30 different heavy metals. This is not a home test kit.
Hair Test Questions You May Have
Which hair test do I need?
We can test for potentially dangerous heavy metals. If you aren't sure which test you need email or call us and we'll guide you to the right test for you. Need tested for something you don't see? Call us!
How do I get started?
You can order the test you need through the website by clicking on the Order Now button for the test you want. Add the test to your cart and check out with your credit card. The charges will appear on your bank statement with our name and phone number.
With all the human hair tests we will send you a sample collection kit. It will come with complete instructions for collecting your hair sample. We do not send collection kits for pet hair.
You will also receive a Sample Submission Form in your kit. Fill out the form completely and return it with your sample. We will not begin testing without the form.
Collection kits are not sent to addresses outside the US. We will email you complete instructions for collecting your sample and sending it to us.
Once we get your sample, we'll send you an email to let you know it's arrived and testing has begun. When your results are ready, we will send them to you in the manner you've indicated on the Sample Submission Form.
What if my hair has been colored, bleached or permed?
Chemical treatments to the hair may affect some of the metals testing as some hair colors contain metals.
All the hair is cleaned before testing is done to remove any external chemicals or contaminants.
How long should I wait to test my hair?
It takes 2-3 weeks for substances to move into the hair, then for the hair to grow out enough to be able to cut for testing. For testing we ask that you wait at least three to four weeks before sampling the hair.
Hair grows about 1/2" per month, so hair that is long enough can be cut to test a specific point in time.
Body hair will hold evidence of exposure for approximately the last 6 months of time.
Can My Results Be Used in Court?
Chain of custody refers to the paperwork trail documenting the way a sample is collected and handled throughout the entire testing process. Since you will be collecting the samples yourself and submitting them privately, you will not have a strict chain of custody. Because of this, your results will be labeled "for clinical use only, not for forensic purposes". Generally speaking, for results to have a strict chain of custody, the samples must be collected by an unrelated third party such as a hospital, clinic, ME’s office, funeral director, law enforcement, etc. For obvious reasons this rigorous identification and handling procedure is not always going to be possible. Courts and legal official know this, and the weight the results will be given is up to the agency.
What Our Customers Say
Getting my hair tested was the best thing I ever did. I’d been so sick and didn’t know why. I don’t take drugs and am very into good food and exercise. My test showed up with antihistamines and caffeine-stuff I never touch. My now ex-girlfriend was putting them in my shakes to “make me feel better”. I couldn’t believe she would do that to me…..
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