The Science Behind The Mattress

Celliant Technology

Celliant is a high performance fiber that is clinically proven to increase oxygen levels in the body. Using the energy emitted from the human body, Celliant technology has been proven in multiple clinical studies to promote the natural healing process within the body, help people get more restful sleep and live a healthier life.

How Does Celliant Work?

Celliant technology converts the body’s vibrant energy emissions, otherwise known as heat, into Far Infrared light (FIR) and emits it onto the body, where it is absorbed by the tissue and muscles. Among the total spectrum, FIR waves are the safest and most beneficial as they penetrate deepest into the skin and produce a uniform effect. Celliant technology incorporates thirteen thermally responsive minerals, embedded into the core of the fibers.. These fibers are then knit or woven into fabrics, and when worn or placed near the body, oxygen levels are increased.


    Specifically formulated, worldwide patent-protected mineral compound.


    Micron-sized particles are embedded into fiber during extrusion. Average size of each Celliant particle is one micron.


    A permanent part of the fiber, lasting the life cycle of the material. The Celliant minerals never washout, meaning no special laundry instructions required.

Celliant Technology: How It's Made

Optically responsive minerals are selected.

Titanium Dioxide

Silicon Dioxide

Aluminum Oxide

They are then processed from powder to fiber.

Celliant Fiber is made into Celliant Yarn, and then woven into garments.

Scientific Studies

Tested and proven in nine U.S.-based clinical studies, Celliant’s applied science consistently demonstrates significant, compelling and verifiable results:

• A Single Center Comparative Study to Evaluate the Performance of Celliant Fibers, Dr. Ian Gordon and the WIRB (2013) (Pending Publications)
• Impact of Celliant Socks on Subjects feet with the Application of Celliant, Dr. Li Shaojing (2012)


Celliant Technology: How It Works

1. Celliant Fibers are created from natural minerals and embedded into polyester fibres.

2. Celliant fibers absorb energy from the body.

3. Celliant converts the energy into a form usable by the body.

4. Celliant recycles this usable energy back to the body.

5. This recycled energy triggers natural chemical reactions in the body.

6. These reactions result in increased blood flow and oxygenation into the tissue.

The Healing Power of Infrared Light

The sun doesn’t just provide light for us to see by. That same light becomes energy that living things use to thrive and grow. Humans absorb the sun’s energy through the skin which helps to support cellular healing and repair. Learn how to capture the healing power of solar energy and strengthen immune function, reduce fatigue, reverse depression and improve sleep.

Oxygen Rich

Oxygen’s influence and its role in Human Body
In the human body, the oxygen is absorbed by the blood stream in the lungs, being then transported to the cells where an elaborated change process takes place.

Lack of oxygen in body tissues creates a defect of red blood cells that further exacerbates the condition by constricting blood vessels in the lung
A persistent scarcity of oxygen in body tissues – a widespread problem in patients with heart or lung disease – can create a defect of red blood cells that further exacerbates the condition by constricting blood vessels in the lung, Howard Hughes Medical Institute researchers at Duke University Medical Center have found.

Aerobic & Anaerobic Energy – Phosphagen, Glycolytic and Oxidative Phosphorylation Systems 
There are three major energy systems in the human body that yield ATP (adenosine triphosphate: the body’s energy source). They are the phosphagen system, glycolytic system, and oxidative phosphorylation. The systems will be explained later on in this section. They are important in sport because each system is used differently at different intensities. This is why sport specific training is so important in athletic performance. You must first recognize the difference between anaerobic and aerobic metabolism.

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