HI there! We’ve heard you’re wanting to try allergy testing or already have done but now have some questions about locating your sample and understanding your results. A lot of customers often have some questions because they are looking to locate their sample, but we can assure you that as soon as we receive your sample, we send you an email detailing.
Our blood allergy test offers accurate intolerance and allergy testing which helps you to learn what food items could potentially be causing your intolerance or allergy symptoms. Our hair testing tests for potential intolerances and will also help you to assess your diet and figure out how you can improve your health and lifestyle. Find out why allergy testing for certain foods and rejigging your diet is so important here.
How do you take a hair sample?
If you have ordered an intolerance test then you will have received a sample submission form via email, which you download and send to us via a postal system with your hair inside. To take the sample for your intolerance test, brush your hair upwards and reveal the root area. Hold a small amount of hair between the finger and thumb, and cut the hair as close to the scalp as possible. This is just one of the most common questions we get, but you can find the rest here.
How do you take your blood allergy testing sample?
Your sample instructions are found with your kit. However, click here to read instruction to help you with your blood spot testing. Blood allergy testing can often sound scary to some people, but Test Your Intolerance provides customers with two FDA approved lancets, all of which are designed to give you a very small prick which starts the blood flow.
When will you receive your results?
You will receive your results within 7-10 days after your sample has been received at our lab. Once it has arrived at our lab, we send you an email saying it has arrived safely and that we will handle your blood/hair sample with the utmost care. These are a set of principles intended to ensure the quality and integrity of non-clinical laboratory studies such as our own.