How does hair testing work?

Hair testing tests a hair sample by using bioresonance feedback to detect reactions and sensitivities against known items. If this hasn’t answered your question, please reach out below!

What is Bioresonance Hair testing?

Bioresonance therapy is a complementary medicine using a device that captures and diagnoses electromagnetic signals coming from the body. Developed in the 1970s by a team of medical doctors and biophysicists, these devices are in regular use in over 26 different...

How much should the hair sample postage cost?

When you send your samples to us, please remember to attach the correct postage amount to your envelope or outer wrap. If you do not attach the correct postage, the samples may not reach our testing lab. Therefore, you may need to resend your samples to us again using...

How do I take a hair sample?

The safest way to take a hair sample is to ask someone else to help you. First brush your hair upwards to reveal the root area at the back of the head, then holding a small amount of hair between the finger and thumb, cut the hair as close to the scalp as possible...

How much hair do I have to provide?

Only a small amount – 5 individual strands of hair. We do not require large clumps of hair. If this hasn’t answered your question, please reach out below!

What accreditation does your hair equipment have?

Bruce Copen Laboratories follow a quality management system in accordance with AC: 2007 and are certified as a manufacturer of medical products. The MARS III is approved as a medical device class IIa in accordance with Directive 93/42/EEC.

Does the hair sample need to contain the root?

The safest way to take a hair sample is to ask someone else to help you. Using your forefinger and thumb, gather 3 or 4 strands and slightly twist the hair together. This will make cutting the hair sample much more accessible and keep all the hair strand in the same...