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About HAIR-Scan  

About HAIR-Scan

Hair Analysis Research Institute Scandinavia


HAIR-Scan has been working with hair mineral analysis for more than 20 years. We work closely with a

series of therapists who use our analysis in their daily work with clients.


We cooperate with recognized German laboratories and are represented in the Nordic countries.


Once we have analyzed your hair sample, we will prepare a detailed report.


Here you will get a detailed explanation of what the different minerals do for your body. If you are in deficit, we will make recommendations on how to get the right balance in your body. If we find the accumulation of heavy metals in your body, we will also make recommendations for cleansing.


It's easy to get started on getting better!


Heavy metals


The extent of various toxins in our daily environment is the result of at least 150 years of sustained and rapid industrial development.


In everyday life, humans are exposed to many toxic effects, which accumulate and form depots in the organism, and which can result in various chronic symptoms.


The difficulties and environmental symptoms that develop are highly individual, and usually only become apparent after a long period of influence.


The ability to respond to these challenges is solely prevention, e.g. by eating foods that are as little loaded as possible with harmful substances, as well as being at the forefront of avoiding any side effects by cleansing the body of toxins through a cleansing treatment.



Minerals are necessary for the maintenance of various body structures (eg skeleton and teeth) and bodily functions.


Minerals together with other substances regulate metabolism, the body's water, acid and hormone balance. They pass on information and act as enzymes (catalysts for certain chemical processes).


Depending on the amount of occurrence in the human organism, a distinction is made between macrominerals with a high concentration and microminerals, also known as trace elements, which are only necessary for the body in relatively small amounts.


Macrominerals are e.g. calcium, potassium, sodium, magnesium and phosphorus. The trace elements include boron, chromium, cobalt, iron, copper, manganese, molybdenum, nickel, selenium, vanadium and zinc.


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