Face Your Allergies

We’ve made it simple.

Discover what your body reacts to. Easy to use home-to-lab test. Backed by science.

Test 294 allergens using sophisticated technology.

£149.00
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klarify.me Home Allergy Test

£149.00
How it works
STEP 1

Order Your Test Kit

STEP 2

Collect A Small Blood Sample At Home

STEP 3

Send It To Our Partner Lab For Analysis

STEP 4

Get Detailed Results Within 2 Weeks

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klarify.me Home Allergy Test

Think your symptoms might be caused by allergy? We’ve made allergy testing at home simple. Discover what your body reacts to with our easy to use home-to-lab test. The test kit includes everything you need to take a small blood sample and send it to our partner lab for analysis.

  • Test 294 different allergens
  • Sophisticated technology
  • Detects allergen specific IgE
  • Precision allergen component testing
  • Comprehensive and reliable results within 2 weeks

This test is a first step to finding out if your symptoms might be caused by an allergy. It does not diagnose allergy. The results of any allergy test need to be interpreted by a doctor alongside your symptoms and medical history. Your doctor will be able to advise you on any necessary follow-up action to diagnose and treat you.

Description

The antibody Immunoglobulin E (IgE) plays a vital role in allergic reactions to many substances. By identifying specific IgE in your blood, the klarify.me Home Allergy Test can give an indication of your sensitisation to potential allergy triggers, called allergens.

Many allergens. One test.
The klarify.me Home Allergy Test analyses your body’s reaction to 294 different allergens including:

  • Pollen 59
  • Pets 25
  • Mites 19
  • Insect stings 10
  • Moulds & yeasts 13
  • Foods 154
  • Other 14

Check out all of the allergens that are tested.


Precision allergen component testing
The test detects your body’s reactions to both allergen extracts and allergen components. That allows for comprehensive precision testing right down to individual proteins in an allergen source.

What are allergen extract and components?
Allergen extracts have been taken from what is called a whole allergen source. For example, a peanut.

Allergen components are individual proteins in the allergen source. For example, the proteins of the peanut that may cause a reaction.

Some allergen sources and individual components only cause mild symptoms, while others can cause severe allergic reactions.

Learn more about how we analyse your blood.

Precise technology – reliable results
Your blood sample will be analysed using the innovative technology ALEX – Allergy Explorer. ALEX measures allergen specific IgE and total IgE. This technology is also used by medical professionals to support the clinical diagnosis of allergies.

How accurate are our klarify.me Home Allergy Tests? Find out now.


What do the results of the Home Allergy Test show?
The test results show the level of specific IgE in your blood and can indicate if you’re sensitised to the different allergens tested.

Testing for sensitisation gives a good indication of potential allergy triggers. Sensitisation is the first step of developing allergy. Sensitisation does not always lead to symptoms, but symptoms do not develop without sensitisation. Results from allergy testing need careful interpretation by a doctor alongside your symptoms and medical history. Read more about home allergy tests.

All you need is in the box
  • 1x welcome card with activation code
  • 1x box content card
  • 1x step-by-step guide
  • 2x sterile lancing devices
  • 1x sample tube
  • 1x transport tube
  • 4x alcohol wipes
  • 4x plasters
  • 1x prepaid return envelope

Start by reading the step-by-step guide. You can also watch our how-to video.

  1. Unpack the box and prepare the sample tube.
  2. Wash and dry your hands.
  3. Clean your fingertip with an alcohol wipe.
  4. Open the lancing device.
  5. Position and activate the lancing device by pressing it against your cleaned fingertip.
  6. Fill the sample tube to the top mark. About 6 drops of blood will get you there.
  7. Close the sample tube and let it rest upright for 15 minutes.
  8. Post your sample within 24 hours using the transport tube and the prepaid envelope.
  9. Activate your test kit and create your online account.

Within two weeks after posting your sample, we’ll let you know by email that your results are ready online.

Other information
  • Allow about 30 minutes to collect the blood sample. Try to find a time when you’ll be undisturbed.
  • Perform the test in a clean and comfortable environment.
  • Post your blood sample within 24 hours after collecting it to ensure it’s stable and suitable for testing.
  • This test and each lancing device are for single use only.
  • Keep this test out of reach of children.
  • For children under the age of 12, a blood test for allergies must be performed by a doctor. Children and adolescents between 12 and 18 must be supervised by a parent or carer to take this test.
  • If you have an infectious disease (for example, HIV), do not use this test.
  • You need to activate your test online so we know it belongs to you. Otherwise your sample will not be processed. You’ll find all the necessary information on the welcome card in your test kit.
  • Any home allergy test needs careful interpretation by a doctor alongside your symptoms and medical history. Always consult your doctor before making any lifestyle changes based on the results of this test.
How it works – four simple steps
  1. Order your test kit.
  2. Collect a small blood sample at home
  3. Send it to our partner lab for analysis
  4. Get detailed results within 2 weeks

Many allergens. One test.

Below is a list of all the allergens we test in our Home Allergy Test.

All you need is in the box.

Prepaid return envelope

Use this to send your sample to the lab

Welcome card

Includes your unique activation code and instructions how to use it

Step-by-step guide

Start by reading this guide and the 10 things you need to know on the back

Lancing device

Sterile device to prick your fingertip to obtain a small blood sample

Plaster

To put on your fingertip after collecting the blood sample

Alcohol wipes

Use to sanitise your finger

Transport tube

Filled sample tube goes into the transport tube. Both tubes are then sealed into the prepaid return envelope for posting to the lab

Sample tube

Tube to collect about 6 drops of blood

Box
return Envelop
Welcome Card
Step by Step Guide
Alcohole Wipes
Plaster
Lancing Device
Lancing Device
Sample Tube
Transport tube
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Your unique results

In a personalised report

View Sample Report

We'll guide you step by step

start by reading the step-by-step guide. you can also watch our how-to video.

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What our customers are saying...

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“The results for me were very accurate. I was allergic to dust and pollen.”

Vicky MontagueFree From Fairy

“I did my test and the results were very clear, comprehensive and easy to follow.”

Emma AmoscatoFree From Farmhouse

Precise technology. Reliable results.
The science bit

The antibody Immunoglobulin E (IgE) plays a vital role in allergic reactions to many substances. Our test can pick up on specific IgE antibodies and pinpoint potential triggers. Pretty smart, right?

Your blood sample is analysed using the innovative technology ALEX–Allergy Explorer. ALEX provides extensive multiplex testing of IgE levels.

Our test detects your body’s reactions to 294 allergen extracts and allergen components. That allows for comprehensive precision testing right down to individual proteins in an allergen source.

Frequently Asked Questions

You have questions, we have answers. If you can’t find what you’re looking for in our FAQ section below, reach out use our online submission form.

Allergy is an overreaction of your immune system in response to something that is normally harmless. In an allergic reaction to substances such as pollen, house dust mites, certain foods or insect stings, the immune system produces antibodies called Immunoglobulin E (IgE) specific to the allergen it’s trying to fight. The process of your body becoming sensitive to an allergen is called sensitisation.

When you have an allergic reaction, the IgE antibodies tell other cells to release certain chemicals, such as histamine. And it’s those chemicals that can cause the annoying and sometimes even life-threatening allergy symptoms. The difference between sensitisation and allergy is whether your immune system uses its defence mechanisms or not. Meaning whether the chemicals that cause allergy symptoms are released or not. If you’re allergic, your next encounter with the allergen might trigger an allergic reaction. But you can be sensitised and encounter the specific substance repeatedly and never experience allergy symptoms. Sensitisation does not always lead to symptoms, but symptoms do not develop without sensitisation.

The Home Allergy Test enables the analysis of 290+ allergens using the innovative technology ALEX - Allergy Explorer. ALEX measures allergen specific IgE and total IgE. The allergens that are tested are divided into the following groups:

Pollen 59
Pets 25
Mites 19
Insect stings 10
Moulds & yeasts 13
Foods 154
Other allergens 14

The Home Allergy Test identifies antibodies called Immunoglobulin E (IgE) in your blood. IgE plays a vital role in allergic reactions to many substances including a great variety of foods.

Allergy is different from intolerance. Intolerance is when your body can’t digest certain foods. This can be caused by other antibodies (not IgE) or if you lack certain enzymes. For instance, missing the enzyme lactase could mean you’re dairy intolerant.

The Home Allergy Test identifies specific food allergens that could trigger an allergic reaction. It does not test for intolerances.

All klarify.me Home Allergy Test results go through quality checks to ensure that the data you receive is accurate and a true reflection of your sensitisations. It is possible to get a full set of negative results - this just means that you aren’t sensitised to the allergens that your sample has been tested against.

There are many different methods of allergy testing, but our test is a first step to finding out if you have Type 1 IgE mediated allergy to the 290+ allergens that it tests for ONLY. Your test results should be interpreted by a medical professional who will also consider your symptoms, medical history and may compare your results with other allergy tests that you have had done previously before coming to a conclusion about your diagnosis.

If you are displaying symptoms, this may be due to other factors not covered by our Home Allergy Test and it is always advised that you reach out to your GP or local pharmacist if you are ever concerned.

Your blood sample is analysed using the innovative technology ALEX – Allergy Explorer, which provides extensive multiplex testing of IgE levels. Our test detects your body’s reactions to both allergen extracts and allergen components, allowing for comprehensive precision testing right down to individual proteins in an allergen source.

The ALEX test method has been compared against the ImmunoCAP ISAC method, which is another very well-established and acknowledged method used by doctors and blood laboratories around the world. The study has been published in the peer-reviewed journal, World Allergy Organisation: Heffler et al. World Allergy Organisation Journal (2018) 11:7.

Unused test kit - not yet shipped
To receive a full refund for your unused Home Allergy Test kit, you must notify us within thirty 30 days of placing your order that you are requesting your money back. Please ensure that you confirm that you have not yet shipped your blood sample to our laboratory. We care about your experience so please let us know why you are returning your Home Allergy Test and what we can do to improve.

Used test kit - already shipped
You will not qualify for a refund if you have already used your Home Allergy Test kit and shipped your blood sample to our laboratory. If you are experiencing any problems when using the kit, sending the blood sample or understanding your results, please reach out to us and we will always do our best to help you.

Quality issue
If you have noticed that something within your Home Allergy Test kit is broken, please photograph the item and attach it to the relevant section on our online submission form, alongside your details and the activation code that you will find in your kit.

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