DIY Microbial Test Kit - MicroSlides!
DIY Testing for Bacteria, Yeast
10 Pack – LOW PRICE!
Please note: If you purchase a micro kit,
We recommend you to ship the 2nd Air Option.
you ship Ground, We can not be responsible for any kits shipped ground,
due to the weather. We also do not recommend shipping the kits
Internationally. Condensation on the micro sticks is normal during
shipping and will not affect the product.
Designed to test Lotions & Creams
Click here to View Technical Brochure
20 Sterile Swabs Included!
Test Kits are great to do simple testing on your lotions & creams before
submitting for PET/Challenge TEST, we
always recommend Stability, Challenge/PET testing from a laboratory for your finished products. We
recommend MicroChem Labs for your
testing requirements. https://microchemlab.com/
We recommend shipping Overnight
or UPS 2nd Day Air. If you decide to ship Ground or Standard
Delivery, We will not be responsible for any damage or issue with the kits. We’re
advising you prior to your purchase, We recommend especially during extreme temperatures
to ship the fastest method possible. By purchasing this kit, you agree to these
Our Microbial Test Kit is an easy
to use testing kit for quality control checking of your cosmetic and personal
care products. It consists of a plastic slide coated on one side with
Rose Bengal (for bacterial growth) and on the other side with Agar (for yeast
and mold growth). There are ten (10)
dip slides and 20 sterile swabs included with each kit. Each dip slide
is supplied with a transparent, shatterproof protective tube. Each kit
you purchase comes with a color chart and instructions to help you interpret
the results. For complete instructions with using our kits, please click here to view the brochure. Does not require incubator, however,
we do sell the portable GNAT MX2 Dipslide Incubator
Please follow the instructions on the brochure, Link Provided
above. Please note: Incubator is not required to use our kits, If no incubator
is used and the slides are stored at room temperature, you need to wait up to 5
days for bacteria and up to 7 days for yeast and mold.