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Testing and Protecting

Detecting nickel is Step One in avoidance, which is key to eliminating nickel allergy symptoms. Once nickel has been detected, there are options to protect your skin from that nickel - learn more now!

How to Test for Nickel

How to Test for Nickel in a Metal Object - video

39 Common Items to Test for Nickel

Test Your Phone: Nickel Allergy Symptoms Caused by Cell Phones

Time to Test - School Supplies That May Contain Nickel

Nickel in Musical Instruments

Scary News - Halloween Costumes May Contain Nickel


How to Measure Your Belt Size

Most of our belts are sized from the Buckle Fold to the Middle Hole. A 36” belt will have a middle hole at 36” and two holes on either side of the center spaced 1” apart each. A 36” belt can be worn as small as 34” and as big as 38”.

There are several options to determine your ideal belt size.

The ideal way is to measure your waist through your belt loops. This measurement is the size of belt you should purchase (i.e. if you have a 34” measurement, order a 34” belt).

How To Measure Your Belt Size

An alternative option is to measure your old belt from the  Buckle Fold to the Hole you use. If your belt measures 38” from buckle fold to the hole you use most; then order a 38” belt. This will give you a belt with 2 holes either side of the hole you use most.

If you still have questions, please call us!  704-947-1917


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