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Check your health before and during acne treatment with our simple and accurate fingerprick blood acne health skin care home test kit.

Get acne health skin care home test results delivered online, typically within 24 hours. Get rapid reassurance from an accredited clinical laboratory.

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How Can I Test My Acne Health Skin Care At Home?

You can test your Acne Health Skin Care by carrying out the simple fingerprick blood sampling method.

Your blood sample can then be returned to the laboratory in a prepaid envelope for analysis.

Find out more about the Vitall range of at-home health tests and get accurate results delivered online.

How You'll Receive Your Test Results

Your Acne Health Skin Care blood test results will be delivered quickly and securely to you in your personal online dashboard.
  • Each result is charted and clearly highlighted against normal ranges.
  • Any abnormal findings and possible reasons for this are fully detailed.
  • Receive an easy to understand overview of your health, fast.
  • Track your results over time to monitor lifestyle changes, treatments and behaviours.
  • Save up to 25% on repeat testing by subscribing when you checkout.

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What's Tested In This Acne Health Skin Care Home Test?

Zero biomarkers are measured to check your health before and during acne treatment.

Using a Fingerprick Blood Sample, this Acne Health Skin Care Test Assesses:

Cholesterol

Cholesterol is a fatty substance known as a lipid and is vital for the normal functioning of the body. It's mainly made by the liver, but can also be found in some foods.

Having a high cholesterol level, associated with a high amount of fats in your blood (hyperlipidaemia) can be detrimental to your health. There is evidence that having high cholesterol increases your risk from cardiovascular diseases and associated death. It's also important to consider the ratio of 'Good' and 'Bad' cholesterol.

Good Cholesterol (HDL) is a waxy substance present in your blood. Studies show that Good Cholesterol plays a role in removing Bad Cholesterol (LDL) from your arteries.

HDL carries this cholesterol to the liver where it can be removed from the body. So high levels of Good Cholesterol may reduce the risk from heart attack and stroke.

Conversely low levels of Good Cholesterol are linked with an increased risk of heart disease.

HDL Cholesterol shown as a percentage of your total cholesterol.

Bad Cholesterol (LDL) is detrimental to your health.

High levels of Bad Cholesterol contribute to fatty build-ups in arteries (atherosclerosis).

These plaques narrow arteries and raise the risk for heart attack, stroke and peripheral artery disease.

Your non-HDL cholesterol result refers to your total cholesterol value minus your HDL cholesterol.

It is a good risk predictor for all cardiovascular disease events and for strokes.

Triglycerides are a form of dietary fat found in meats, dairy produce and cooking oils.

Unlike cholesterol, it is not certain whether triglycerides contribute to the risk of cardiovascular disease or whether underlying conditions such as diabetes or obesity are the problem.

However, there is evidence to suggest that this is the case so it is generally recommended to keep your blood levels low - especially if you are already at risk of cardiovascular disease.

Liver Function

Alanine Aminotransferase (ALT) is an enzyme mainly found in your liver. ALT is used by your body to break down food into energy, with levels in the blood normally low.

Following liver damage, the levels of ALT in your blood will rise making it a useful means to indicate liver problems.

Fluctuation of ALT levels is normal over the course of the day, and can also increase in response to strenuous physical exercise.

Albumin (ALB) is a protein produced by the liver and is the most abundant protein in the blood.

It transports components throughout the body, nourishes tissues & prevents blood vessel leakage.

Albumin is highly sensitive to liver damage so lower levels can indicate when the liver is damaged.

Alkaline phosphatase is an enzyme found in the human body in the kidneys, liver, bones and digestive system.

High levels of ALP typically result from liver damage or if you have increased bone cell activity.

Bilirubin is a natural waste product formed by the breakdown of the haemoglobin in your red blood cells. The liver then processes bilirubin before its removal from your body.

High levels of bilirubin in the blood can lead to yellowing of the skin (jaundice) and can indicate that liver damage is present.

The enzyme Gamma-Glutamyl Transferase (GGT) is found throughout the body, but it is most concentrated in your liver.

This makes a GGT blood test very useful helping to assess liver function and general health.

GGT levels are usually low, but can rise following liver damage. A GGT test is also particularly sensitive to detecting bile duct problems.

Globulins are a group term for proteins that make up nearly half of the total protein in your blood.  Globulins have a critical role in normal liver function, fighting infection and blood clotting.

Globulins are created by the immune system and the liver. The amount of globulins in your blood helps indicate many conditions such as liver damage, kidney diseases, autoimmune conditions or nutritional problems.

Proteins are absorbed from foods and are vital parts of all cells and tissues. They are used to build muscles, skin, blood, bones and cartilage as well as making enzymes, hormones and other essential chemicals.

The total protein test measures the blood levels of two different classes of proteins; albumin and globulin.

Abnormal levels can result from liver or kidney disorders.

Full Blood Count (FBC)

Basophils are a white blood cell responsible for allergic responses and fighting infections.

They should make up about 1% or less of your total white blood cell count.

Also know as a peripheral blood smear, this test is included when other results are significantly abnormal. 

A single drop of your blood is spread in a thin layer on a glass slide for inspection by microscope.

Visual inspection by a medical scientist or haematologist is done to look for abnormal or immature cells.

Eosinophils are a white blood cell responsible for allergic responses and fighting infections.

They should make up about 1 - 3% of your total white blood cell count.

White blood cells, red blood cells, platelets and plasma are the main components of your blood, responsible for carrying nutrients, oxygen and immunity throughout your body.

White blood cells help maintain a healthy immune system, while red blood cells carry oxygen and distribute it to your tissues.

Your haematocrit measures how much of your blood is made up of cells and is expressed as a percentage.

Nearly all of the cells in your blood are red blood cells (RBCs).

Haemoglobin is a protein found in the red blood cells, which are the most abundant cells in your blood. Haemoglobin carries oxygen from your lungs to the cells of your body, so it is a good indicator for your blood's ability to carry oxygen and deliver it to your tissues.

Lymphocytes should make up approximately 25% of your total white blood cell count.

They exist in two main forms: B cells and T cells, the numbers of which increases in the presence of infection.

The Mean Corpuscular Haemoglobin (MCH) test determines the average quantity of haemoglobin per red blood cell.

Haemoglobin is essential for carrying oxygen from your lungs to the tissues of your body.

Haemoglobin is a protein inside your red blood cells (RBCs) and is responsible for carrying oxygen throughout your body.

The Mean Corpuscular Haemoglobin Concentration (MCHC) tests measures the average concentration of haemoglobin within RBCs.

 

Mean corpuscular volume (MCV) testing measures red blood cell average volume.

Red blood cells are essential for the transport of gases to and your lungs.

Platelets are small particles in your blood which help your body form clots to prevent bleeding. The mean platelet volume (MPV) test measures their average size and is closely related to the platelet count.

Monocytes are a type of white blood cell that dispose of foreign particles and bacteria.

They should make up about 5 - 10% of your white blood cells.

Neutrophils are a white blood cell that disposes of foreign particles and bacteria. Normally neutrophils are the highest concentration of white blood cells at up to 60%.

During an immune response, neutrophils rapidly travel to the site of infection.

A platelet count checks that your platelets - tiny particles responsible for wound clotting - are present in normal quantities.

Platelets are vital for ensuring correct blood clotting (coagulation) following injury by helping to seal blood vessels.

Your red blood cell count quantifies the number of red blood cells in your blood.

Red blood cells are responsible for carrying oxygen from the lungs and distributing it to the tissues and organs throughout your body.

Red blood cell distribution width (RCDW) tests the amount of variation in the volume of your red blood cells.

This is closely related to the Red Cell Count.

A White Cell Count (WBC) test indicates the number of white blood cells in your blood.

White blood cells protect your body from infection and assist in your immune response.

The blood contains five main groups of white blood cells. These are neutrophils, lymphocytes, monocytes, eosinophils and basophils. Results for each of these cell types are also detailed separately.

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Why Take The Acne Health Skin Care Test?

Our dermatology skincare test kit is designed for people taking prescription medication for acne treatment.

This blood test provides full cholesterol (lipid), liver function and full blood count test in a single package for the best value home testing.

Take control of your health without any of the inconvenience of going to the doctors with one of Vitall’s at-home blood tests.

Who Should Take The Acne Health Skin Care Blood Test?

Check your health before and during acne treatment using a home fingerprick blood test kit.

You get the convenience of home testing with the reassurance of professional clinical analysis. Your results are delivered quickly & securely online.

This Acne Health Skin Care Test is advised if you:

  • are taking prescription medicine for acne or other skin conditions and wish to monitor your health;
  • want to assess your liver function, full blood count & cholesterol levels in a single package;
  • want the convenience of home testing without waiting for a GP appointment;
  • need a high quality, clinically accredited test done in a professional clinical laboratory.

Take a complete health check-up with Vitall.

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How Much Do Acne Health Skin Care Tests Cost?

The Vitall acne health skin care test is available online for just £99. Your home test kit will be dispatched by free first class post for delivery to your door.

When you checkout to buy your acne health skin care test online we also offer additional options, including:

  • Upgrade to next day delivery of your home test kit for an additional £7.99.
  • Visit the Patient Reception in central London for just £25. Your acne health skin care test sample can be collected by a qualified nurse for immediate analysis.
  • Have a nurse visit you to collect the sample for your acne health skin care test, this is available within the M25 area for just £149.

Whichever option you choose at checkout, buying the best acne health skin care test online in the UK with Vitall ensures high quality results from an accredited laboratory.

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