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iHealth Self-Test Kit

iHealth COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Test is the simplest way to detect SARS-CoV-2 nucleocapsid protein antigen. It only takes 4 steps and 15 minutes to complete the test. The test is also non-invasive. You won’t need to collect a sample from deep in your nasal cavity to get accurate results.

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Results in 15 Minutes

4 Steps. 15 Minutes. Zero Discomfort.


Brush against the inner wall of both nostrils 5 times each in a circular motion with a non-invasive nasal swab. Our nasal swab is soft, highly absorbent, and only needs to be inserted ½ - ¾ inches so you can test yourself comfortably.


Insert the swab with the sample into the bottom of the tube and stir it in the fluid 15 times. Squeeze the sides of the tube around the swab as you pull it out.


Put 3 drops of the mixed solution onto the sample port of the COVID-19 test card.


Start the timer. Your results will be ready in 15 minutes.

Just 9.99 Per Test

Each iHealth COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Test kit includes 2 tests. The COVID test price is just $9.99 per test so you can stock up and test yourself when you experience symptoms or think you might be at risk. Its compact size makes it easy to store it away or take it with you in a travel bag.

Simple test. Simply Engineered.

Highly-Absorbent swab

Made of PU foam, the absorbent tip of the swab makes sample collection more efficient than a regular swab.

Double-Cap Security Design

The double-cap design allows you to safely store the liquid and then precisely drip the mixed sample onto the test card.

Easy-to-Understand Results

The unique test card shortens the time to get your results and makes them easy to read. If only the C line shows up, the test is negative. If both C and T lines show up, the test is positive.

Independently-sealed packaging ensures safe and hygienic testing.

FDA Approved

If you need to be tested for COVID-19, consider using a self-test that can be performed at home or anywhere else. Sometimes a self-test is also called a “home test”, an “at-home test”, or an “over-the-counter (OTC) test.” Visit FDA’s Websiteexternal icon for a list of authorized tests. 

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