Vitamin D

Vitamin D Self Test


Blood test

Blood sample

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At home-test


Pack size: 1 test

Key information

Vitamin D self-test is a semi-quantitative rapid test for detecting vitamin D in blood, which is considered the most accurate way to understand vitamin D levels.

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Inform vitamin D levels in 10 minutes

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Simply and discreetly test at home

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Regularly monitor vitamin D conveniently

Vitamin D Self Test detects 25(OH)D (25-hydroxyvitamin D) from a small sample of blood. Taking only minutes to produce results at home, the test can be performed in a few simple steps.

25(OH)D is considered the most accurate way to measure vitamin D is the body, because it is this that major form of vitamin D circulating in the bloodstream.

All components are provided to use the test. Clear instructions guide you through the testing process.

Contact a doctor following a positive result or if you have concerns about vitamin D deficiency.

This vitamin deficiency home test is manufactured under internationally recognised quality management system, ISO 13485.


About Vitamin D Deficiency

Vitamin D deficiency is one of the most common nutritional deficiencies worldwide. Vitamin D helps regulate calcium and phosphate, nutrients important for keeping bones, teeth, and muscles healthy. Low vitamin D levels can lead to bone deformities or bone pain.

80-90% of Vitamin D comes from exposure to ultraviolet B (UVB) radiation from sunlight. Sunlight induced vitamin D synthesis mainly occurs between March and September for anyone living above 37 N latitude. So, areas such as United Kingdom, most parts of Europe, Canada, and the northern states of the USA. Some people in hot countries also have suffer from vitamin D deficiency as they try to avoid the sun.

According to the UK Government’s National Diet and Nutrition Survey, 1 in 6 UK-adults have low vitamin D levels.

Symptoms and those at risk

Common symptoms:

Bone and Lower Back pain, Fatigue (tiredness), frequent illness or infections, depression or low mood, hair loss, muscle pain.

People most at risk of vitamin D deficiency:

Older people, those suffering from chronic fatigue, people with osteoporosis, people on a plant-based diet, women going through the menopause, Asthma suffers, Coeliac or Crohn’s disease patients or people who do not spend much time in natural sunlight.

Frequently asked questions

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What’s in the box

Items Provided

  • 1 x Test Device
  • 1 x Pipette
  • 1 x Buffer Solution
  • 1 x Alcohol Pad
  • 1 x Lancet
  • 1 x Colour Card
  • 1 x Instructions

Item Not Provided But Required

  • Timer
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