Fast Company, a leading U.S magazine in technology and design, featured Celliant’s performance technology in a recent conversation with Celliant’s CEO, Seth Casden Fast Company anticipates that “pretty soon smart textiles are going to be everywhere,” and introduced Celliant as a leader “ahead of its time” in performance wear.

So what is Celliant ( Celliant is a technology that modifies visible and infrared light, recycling them into energy that the body can use more effectively. When Celliant is worn as clothing, or placed near the body, it redirects this recycled energy back to the body increasing blood flow and blood oxygen levels in the tissue. Celliant effectively modifies both visible and infrared light so it does not need to be exposed to a light source to function. The increased blood flow and blood oxygen levels in the tissue help muscles and joints combat stiffness, soreness and oedema caused by aging, injury or arthritis. This interview with Dave Horinek the inventor of Celliant technology explains the technology in more detail.

Celliant has been proven in clinical studies to reduce pain, increase oxygen levels and balance body temperature. Each of these results can have added benefits including faster healing, increased performance, better quality sleep and improved overall wellness. The key to Celliant lies in its ability to absorb and store the electromagnetic (energy) emissions from the body and release them where they are reabsorbed into the skin and deep muscle tissue. In the deep muscle tissue they act as catalysts for natural, biological processes resulting in enhanced oxygen levels and more balanced body temperature during sleep, rest or physical activity. Celliant is a combination of specially formulated proprietary ingredients and minerals blended with polyester fibre, Celliant can be woven or knit into almost any materials including wools, cottons and other polyesters.

You might also be interested to know that a recent study at the prestigious University of Calgary Human Performance Laboratory found that when Celliant is worn during exercise, subjects used less oxygen to accomplish the same amount of work. The implications are that the body can perform work longer, thereby reducing time to fatigue, as well as indicating an increase in efficiency (results pending additional independent analyses and publication).

Though Celliant technology powers national brands like Saucony, Reebok, Adidas, Serta, and T3 Ironman, these brands actually design/manufacture their own Celliant products.

For more information about Celliant technology please contact Mariellen Auer at or 704-236-0568