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Select your toxSeek analysis and identify which pollutants have contaminated you…

Integral Analysis
Metal analysis
Organic analysis
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You are finally going to be able to find out which metals you are most exposed to thanks to our kit which screens for 49 metals, heavy metals and rare earths (including mercury, cadmium, titanium, aluminium, lead…)

Rate per analysis :€110.00

What is in your kit?

  • A sample tube
  • A measuring tool for your hair sample
  • An explanatory leaflet
  • An activation card (to be kept)
  • A pre-addressed return envelope

49 metals,
heavy metals
and rare earths

Which metals
in your hair are analysed by our laboratory?

Show the list of metals

How is your analysis carried out?

You receive a hair sampling kit along with a tutorial.
On receipt, the toxicological analyses are carried out and interpreted by our pharmaco-toxicological doctor.
You receive your analysis report by mail, along with information on the risks and potential sources of the pollutants detected.
report pdfDownload a sample toxSeek Metal toxicological analysis report
Kit delivery
Delivery times
In order to remain in line with our laboratory’s quality procedures and the time needed to interpret results, we process a pre-defined number of toxSeek analyses per week.
The shipping date of your sampling kit will be communicated in the order confirmation mail.
The delivery is free from 5 kits ordered. The delivery is done by Collisimo or Delivengo (services of La Poste - France)
Samples are to be returned by post (a pre-addressed envelope is included in your sampling kit, postage at your expense)
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Rate per analysis :€110.00

The toxicological analysis of your hair is carried out in our high-tech laboratory in France.

ICP-MS: Inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry.

Any questions?

How can analysing my hair enable me to find out my chronic exposure to pollutants?
Hair constitutes a sort of biological memory which allows for the identification and dating of a possible exposure to one or several toxic substances.
Pollutants, absorbed by our bodies, are carried in our blood.
Hair uses blood to grow, and the pollutants are automatically captured in the hair.
Why does a toxSeek analysis need a 3 cm length of hair?
What will happen to my hair sample? Will it be kept? And my DNA?
Can hair dyes, capillary treatment or external pollution affect toxicological analyses?
How is the sample of my hair taken?
How long will it take to receive the results?
I have several children, should I test them all?