Clinical Studies


Celliant infrared technology is continually held to scientific scrutiny through clinical testing and the peer review processes. Learn more about the results of 11 completed clinical studies:

Clinical Studies


Celliant infrared technology is continually held to scientific scrutiny through internal research and development process. Learn more about the results of 7 completed clinical studies:


Increased Sleep Efficiency


Pilot Sleep Study, dr. marcel hungs (2009-2010)

Median time spent awake at night after falling asleep was reduced by 18.3 minutes. Individuals spent an average of 42 minutes less time sleeping suggesting that the sleep they received was more restful. Median sleep efficiency improved by 2.6%. Full Study


Oxygenation & Circulation


Celliant Blood Flow Studies, dr. lawrence lavery (2003)

According to Dr. Lavery, “This study provides objective evidence to support what many of us have observed or heard from people that have worn products enhanced with Celliant. It shows a significant increase in blood flow in the skin when study subjects wore the garments.” Full Study

Celliant Study of Thirteen Healthy Subjects, dr. graham mcclue (2005)

According to Dr. McClue, “Celliant does, in fact, increase oxygen profusion levels by 10% to 24% in a healthy non-compromised population.” Full Study

Effect of Shirt with 42% Celliant Fiber on TCPO2 Levels and Grip Strength in Healthy Subjects, dr. ian gordon (2009-2011)

RESULTS: There was a statistically significant increase in mean TCPO2 levels associated with wearing the Celliant shirts observed at 30, 60 and 90 minute intervals, with the greatest increase, at 90 minutes, reflecting an approximate 7% overall average increase in skin oxygen levels. Full Study

Apparel with Far Infrared Radiation for Decreasing an Athlete’s Oxygen Consumption during Submaximal Exercise, jay t. worobets (2015)

When cycling at lower relative intensities (< 4 mmol/L), the subjects consume approximately 1.0% less oxygen when wearing FIR emitting apparel. Full Study

Increased Sleep Efficiency

Pilot Sleep Study, dr. marcel hungs (2009-2010)

Median time spent awake at night after falling asleep was reduced by 18.3 minutes. Individuals spent an average of 42 minutes less time sleeping suggesting that the sleep they received was more restful. Median sleep efficiency improved by 2.6%. Full Study

Oxygenation & Circulation

Celliant Blood Flow Studies, dr. lawrence lavery (2003)

According to Dr. Lavery, “This study provides objective evidence to support what many of us have observed or heard from people that have worn products enhanced with Celliant. It shows a significant increase in blood flow in the skin when study subjects wore the garments.” Full Study

Celliant Study of Thirteen Healthy Subjects, dr. graham mcclue (2005)

According to Dr. McClue, “Celliant does, in fact, increase oxygen profusion levels by 10% to 24% in a healthy non-compromised population.” Full Study

Effect of Shirt with 42% Celliant Fiber on TCPO2 Levels and Grip Strength in Healthy Subjects, dr. ian gordon (2009-2011)

RESULTS: There was a statistically significant increase in mean TCPO2 levels associated with wearing the Celliant shirts observed at 30, 60 and 90 minute intervals, with the greatest increase, at 90 minutes, reflecting an approximate 7% overall average increase in skin oxygen levels. Full Study

Apparel with Far Infrared Radiation for Decreasing an Athlete’s Oxygen Consumption during Submaximal Exercise, jay t. worobets (2015)

When cycling at lower relative intensities (< 4 mmol/L), the subjects consume approximately 1.0% less oxygen when wearing FIR emitting apparel. Full Study

Increased Performance Levels and Pain Relief

Effect of Optically Modified Polyethylene Terephthalate Fiber Socks on Chronic Foot Pain Study, dr. ian gordon (2008)

Significantly more reduction in pain was observed in the responses from the Celliant group than controls, based on comparisons of the median reduction in pain before and after starting treatment. 2.7x greater reduction in pain for participants wearing products enhanced with Celliant than those wearing placebo products. Full Study

Impacts of Subjects Socks with Application of Celliant Technical Fibers on Transcutaneous Oxygen Pressure, dr. li shaojing (2012)

Compared with control socks, Celliant socks within the monitoring period, can better improve the local transcutaneous oxygen partial pressure at foot dorsum. Full Study

Impacts of Subjects Socks with Application of Celliant Technical Fibers on Transcutaneous Oxygen Pressure, dr. li shaojing (2012)

Compared with control socks, Celliant socks within the monitoring period, can better improve the local transcutaneous oxygen partial pressure at foot dorsum. Full Study