CLINICALLY PROVEN

Celliant is rigorously tested by a
Science Advisory Board comprised of experts
in the fields of physics, biology, chemistry and medicine.
The Science Advisory Board has overseen 10 clinical, technical
and physical trials, and 7 published studies that demonstrate
Celliant’s effectiveness and the benefits of infrared energy.

Recognized by government regulatory agencies around the world

The FDA has determined that Celliant products are medical devices as defined in section 201(h) of the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act and are general wellness products.
Celliant is designated as a Class 1 Medical Device in Canada, the United Kingdom, the European Union, Australia, New Zealand and Japan. Celliant is cleared to market in Mexico, India, Korea, Russia, China and Taiwan, with more countries and regions to follow.

Clinical, Technical and Physical Trials

Effect of Shirts with 42% Celliant® Fiber on tcPO2 Levels and Grip Strength in Healthy Subjects: A Placebo-Controlled Clinical Trial
Randomized Controlled Trial Comparing the Effects of Far-Infrared Emitting Ceramic Fabric Shirts and Control Polyester Shirts on Transcutaneous PO2
Effect of Celliant® Materials on Pain and Strength in Subjects with Chronic Elbow and Wrist Pain
The Test Report on the Impacts of Subject Socks with the Application of Celliant® Technical Fibers on Transcutaneous Oxygen Pressure on a Man’s Foot
Transcutaneous Partial Pressure of Oxygen (tcPO2) as a Primary Endpoint to Assess the Efficacy of Celliant® as a Vasoactive Material
Apparel with Far Infrared Radiation for Decreasing an Athlete’s Oxygen Consumption During Submaximal Exercise
Double Blind, Placebo Controlled, Crossover Trial on the Effect of Optically Modified Polyethylene Terephthalate Fiber Mattress Covers on Sleep Disturbances in Patients with Chronic Back Pain
Effect of Optically Modified Polyethylene Terephthalate Fiber Socks on Chronic Foot Pain
Holofiber Study of Thirteen (13) Healthy Subjects
Improving Blood Flow with Holofiber in the Hands and Feet of High-Risk Diabetics
Infrared Radiative Properties and Thermal Modeling of Ceramic-Embedded Textile Fabrics
Engineered Emissivity of Textile Fabrics by the Inclusion of Ceramic Particles
Far Infrared Radiation (FIR): Its Biological Effects and Medical Applications

SUMMARY OF CLINICAL TRIALS

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YearEnd PointTitleInstitutionPrimary InvestigatorsNJournal /PublicationOutcome
2019Grip StrengthEffect of Shirts with 42% Celliant® Fiber on tcPO2 Levels and Grip Strength in Healthy Subjects: A Placebo-Controlled Clinical TrialLong Beach VA Memorial Hospital Dr. Ian Gordon, Dr. Mark Vangel and Dr. Michael R Hamblin24Journal of Textile Science and EngineeringImproved grip strength of over 12% in the dominant hand after 90 minutes
2014Tissue Oxygen (TCPO2)Randomized Controlled Trial Comparing the Effects of Far-Infrared Emitting Ceramic Fabric Shirts and Control Polyester Shirts on Transcutaneous PO2Long Beach VA Memorial Hospital Dr. Ian Gordon, James Wason, Dr. Lawrence Lavery, Dr. Michael R Hamblin and MS Thein153Journal of Textile Science and EngineeringAverage increase in TCPO2 of 8.4% after 90 minutes for 71% of the subjects
2012Elbow and Wrist PainEffect of Celliant® Materials on Pain and Strength in Subjects with Chronic Elbow and Wrist PainLong Beach VA Memorial Hospital Dr. Ian Gordon and Dr. Michael R Hamblin70N/AImproved grip strength
2012Tissue Oxygen (TCPO2)The Test Report on the Impacts of Subject Socks with the Application of Celliant® Technical Fibers on Transcutaneous Oxygen Pressure on a Man’s FootAcademy of Chinese SciencesDr. Li Shaojing, Wu Chuanhong, Gao Jian, Zhu Li and Wen Liwei100N/AIncrease in TCPO2 across all healthy subjects
2012Tissue Oxygen (TCPO2)Transcutaneous Partial Pressure of Oxygen (tcPO2) as a Primary Endpoint to Assess the Efficacy of Celliant® as a Vasoactive MaterialLong Beach VA Memorial HospitalDr. Ian Gordon and Dr. Michael Coyle51N/AAn average increase of 7% in TCPO2
2011Performance & RecoveryApparel with Far Infrared Radiation for Decreasing an Athlete’s Oxygen Consumption During Submaximal ExerciseUniversity of CalgaryDr. Jay Worobets, Dr. Darren Stefanyshyn and Emma Skolnik12Research Journal of Textile and ApparelElite/club cyclists VO2 reduced by 1.1%, increasing anaerobic threshold
2010Sleep (pilot)Double Blind, Placebo Controlled, Crossover Trial on the Effect of Optically Modified Polyethylene Terephthalate Fiber Mattress Covers on Sleep Disturbances in Patients with Chronic Back PainUniversity of CA IrvineDr. Marcel Hungs and Dr. Annabel Wang6N/ANighttime awakenings, sleep quality and sleep efficiency improved
2009Foot PainEffect of Optically Modified Polyethylene Terephthalate Fiber Socks on Chronic Foot PainUniversity of CA IrvineDr. Ian Gordon and Dr. Robyn York55BioMed Central Complementary & Alternative MedicineStatistically significant reduction of pain and improved comfort for subjects (diabetic/foot neuropathy)
2005Tissue Oxygen (TCPO2)Holofiber Study of Thirteen (13) Healthy SubjectsUniversity of Texas A&MDr. Graham McClue13N/AAn average increase in TCPO2 levels from 10% to 24%
2003Tissue Oxygen (TCPO2)Improving Blood Flow with Holofiber in the Hands and Feet of High-Risk DiabeticsLoyola University ChicagoDr. Lawrence Lavery20N/AAn average increase in TCPO2 levels from 12% in the hands and 8% in the feet of diabetic subjects

Summary of Technical & Physical Trials

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YearEnd PointTitleInstitutionPrimary InvestigatorsJournal /PublicationOutcome
2017Solar IR EmissivityInfrared Radiative Properties and Thermal Modeling of Ceramic-Embedded Textile FabricsExponentDr. David Anderson, John Fessler, Matthew Pooley, Scott Seidel, Dr. Michael R Hamblin, Haskell Beckham and Dr. James F BrennanBiomedical Optics ExpressEmissivity increased by approximately 10x when sunlight is also used to power Celliant technology
2016IR EmissivityEngineered Emissivity of Textile Fabrics by the Inclusion of Ceramic ParticlesExponentDr. David M. Anderson, Matthew Pooley, Haskell W. Beckham and Dr. James F BrennanOptics ExpressEmissivity increased by .14 MW per CM2 at fabric temperature of 32 Celsius with a 42% Celliant fabric vs. control
2012Principals of IRFar Infrared Radiation (FIR): Its Biological Effects and Medical ApplicationsHarvard/Wellman Center for PhotomedicineDr. Michael R Hamblin and Dr. Fatma VatanseverPhotonics and Lasers in MedicineFar Infrared Radiation (FIR) its biological effects and medical applications