Nickel is a heavy metal that is highly resistant to air and water. It is a ubiquitous element used in the manufacture of costume jewelry, metal fashion accessories in general, keys, eyeglasses, tableware, coins, ceramics, food coloring, detergents, soaps and cosmetics such as mascara and eye shadow, but it is also present in foods such as vegetable products and eggs.
Nickel hypersensitivity reactions vary in nature: cutaneous (dermatitis) or systemic (abdominal bloating, nausea, headache).
Method of collection: SALIVA
Knowing your predisposition through the test is important to better understand your body and adopt the right behaviors, the right habits and a correct diet.
The test is useful for anyone wishing to investigate their sensitivity to nickel, even within a diagnostic pathway of an otherwise unexplained symptomatology.