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Celliant fixed into fiber core creates responsive textile
May '14
US-based Hologenix has unveiled – Celliant, a revolutionary, patented technology that, through the use of fibers, converts the body’s natural energy (heat) into infrared (IR) light and emits it into the body’s tissue and muscles. 
The result is a responsive textile clinically proven to benefit the human body, utilizing a blend of minerals and proprietary ingredients embedded into the fiber’s core. A responsive textile is a material that interacts with the body, recycling its natural energy emissions to improve function and performance of the user.
Celliant technology is a blend of proprietary ingredients that recycles vibrant energy leaving the body into infrared light and sends it back to the body where it is absorbed by the tissue and muscles. IR waves are beneficial as they penetrate deep into the tissue. This energy causes the body to increase circulation and oxygen wherever it is applied.
Celliant’s patented technology is embedded into the core of the fibers so that it cannot wash or wear out. The technology is not based on a coating or an application. Therefore, the benefits of Celliant technology last the life of the fiber and products do not require special care or laundering.
To understand more about Celliant, fibre2fashion spoke exclusively to Mr Michael Conchuratt, COO at Hologenix , who explained, “Celliant is a unique blend of 13 thermo-reactive minerals including titanium dioxide, silicon dioxide and aluminum oxide. Additional proprietary ingredients are blended with polyester fiber to create a variety of staple fibers, spun and filament yarns, and fabric blends.”
When quizzed on as to how a person would know if Celliant is working, he said, “While one will not necessarily be able to perceive or feel an increase in circulation, oxygenation or blood flow, clinical testing has measured an increase in skin oxygen levels (TCPO2) and consistently recorded significant improvements across a wide spectrum of test subjects. Consumers who try Celliant often experience increased comfort and an overall improved sense of health.”
On whether, Celliant has to touch the skin for a heightened effect, he replied by saying, “Products enhanced with Celliant technology can be covered or layered without losing effectiveness. Clothing, sheets, and laminated or waterproof fabrics do not hinder the efficacy of Celliant to recycle energy to the body. 
He added, “The body’s electromagnetic emissions travel through clothing, wood, glass and even concrete. The energy your body emits is the same that’s seen in technology used by the military to view humans inside buildings.”
The best part about Celliant is that the skin temperature does not increase despite reusing body’s energy, because by reemitting energy back into the body, the process acts as a thermal regulator to help balance body temperature. When circulation is increased, the body is able to either warm up or cool down, depending on the external environment, more easily through convection.
On the Indian market, Michael Conchuratt said, “Hologenix is exclusively represented by Mumbai based Stuti Exports Pvt. Ltd. for India, Sri-Lanka and Bangladesh markets. We feel the Indian consumers are receptive to understand the concept behind this technology and can relate to the same easily. We are positive that the efforts put in will help us in creating a market here, which has good potential.”

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India

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