Test Your Vitamin D Levels at Home Today

Find out if you’re vitamin D deficient with our safe, accurate and affordable at home testing kit. 

Available at Chemist Warehouse and your local chemist.

Vitamin D Deficiency Test

Why Smith Biomed?


Skip the cost of a doctor’s visit, we offer the most affordable home vitamin d test on the market.


Quick and Accurate

No need to wait in line at the doctor or testing lab, our tests are easy to use and provide accurate results in minutes.



Find us at Chemist Warehouse or your local chemist. Testing your vitamin d levels has never been easier.

Vitamin D Deficiency Test


Test cassette
Capillary dropper
Alcohol pad
Instruction leaflet
Colour card


Testing for Vitamin D Deficiency

We’ve created an at home test to determine the vitamin D concentration in the body. The vitamin D Rapid Test Cassette is a quick and simple test that allows you to see if you are vitamin D deficient or not.

Avoid a trip to the doctors and have a result in 10 minutes.

Am I Vitamin D deficient

Vitamin D deficiency is now recognised as a global epidemic. Virtually every cell in our body has receptors for vitamin D, requiring sufficient levels for adequate functioning. Common signs and symptoms of a vitamin D deficiency can include the following:

  • Bone Pain
  • Fatigue
  • Mood Disorders
  • Impaired Immune Function
  • Impaired Wound Healing
  • Hair Loss


Learn How to Take the Test at Home

Find a Stockist

Our tests are stocked in over 1,000 stores nationwide. Pop into your local Chemist Warehouse or pharmacy to find your SMB Vitamin D Deficiency Test today.

Learn more about Vitamin D Deficiency

Vitamin D: The Essential Vitamin - Why Our Bodies Need It!

Vitamin D: The Essential Vitamin – Why Our Bodies Need It!

Vitamin D is a crucial and multifunctional nutrient that plays a vital role in various aspects of our health. It is often referred to as the "sunshine Vitamin" as our skin can produce it after sunlight exposure ...

Frequently Asked Questions

A vitamin D deficiency occurs when the body doesn’t have enough of this essential nutrient to function optimally. Vitamin D, often referred to as the “sunshine vitamin,” is crucial for various bodily processes, including bone health, immune function, and mood regulation.

Common signs and symptoms of vitamin D Deficiency can include the following: bone pain, fatigue, mood disorders, impaired immune function, impaired wound healing and hair loss.

Those at risk of having low levels of vitamin D include:

  • People who don’t get much exposure to the sun
  • Older adults
  • People with obesity
  • Babies who are breastfed only (formula is usually fortified with vitamin D)
  • People who have had gastric bypass surgery
  • People who have a disease that affects the intestines and makes it difficult for the body to absorb nutrients, such as Crohn’s disease.

Vitamin D is essential for bone health, immune function, and numerous other biological functions. Uncomfortable symptoms can occur with insufficient  levels of vitamin D which can also lead to various serious diseases.

The vitamin D Rapid Test Cassette is a rapid test for the semi-quantitative detection of 25-hydroxy vitamin D (25 (OH) D) in human fingerstick whole blood. It can be used to screen for vitamin D deficiency.

Smith Biomed Vitamin D Rapid Tests are available for purchase through various channels, including Chemist Warehouse, local pharmacies and online retailers. Check with your local chemist for availability.

Follow the provided instructions:

  1. Wash your hands thoroughly.
  2. Use the lancet to obtain a blood sample from your fingertip.
  3. Collect the blood in the capillary dropper and transfer it to the sample well on the cassette.
  4. Add a drop of buffer to the sample well.
  5. Wait for the coloured lines to appear and read the results after 10 minutes. Do not interpret results after 20 minutes.
  6. Refer to the short video above for detailed step-by-step instructions.

Normal: Two coloured lines (T and C) appear. Even if the T line is very faint, the test indicates a normal level of vitamin D. This result suggests no potential vitamin D deficiency.

Abnormal: Only one coloured line appears under the control line (C). This result indicates low vitamin D concentration, suggesting a potential vitamin D deficiency. Consult your doctor in such cases.

Invalid: The control line fails to appear. This could be due to insufficient specimen volume or incorrect procedural techniques. Review the procedure, repeat the test with a new kit, and contact your local distributor if the issue persists.

If your test indicates low vitamin D levels, it is advisable to consult with your doctor promptly. They can provide further evaluation, determine the underlying cause, and recommend appropriate interventions to address vitamin D deficiency.

You can increase your vitamin D levels through safe sunlight exposure, specific foods, supplementation and lifestyle modifications.

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