Combining Eastern traditions with Western science to offer a unique approach to injury rehabilitation.
Infra Reflect technology aids and accelerates recovery by utilizing the natural properties of bamboo charcoal and germanium. Carbon and germanium particles absorb your body’s infrared energy to stimulate local blood circulation and raise body temperature.
OUR BLEND OF SCIENCE
A variable thickness layer enables this performance textile to perfectly support the complex structures of the human anatomy while the seamless design prolongs comfort and durability.
A next-generation technology that utilizes body heat to aid recovery. The materials engage with the body’s naturally emitting infrared energy and could increase body temperature and circulation.
BENEFITS OF USE
INFRA REFLECT TECH
Mineral-rich materials engage with the body’s naturally emitting far infrared radiation to potentially increase body temperature and improve local circulation.
3D Fabric comfort
The 3D fabric made from breathable fibers ensures your long-term comfort and durable support.
Divided into sections of support, elasticity, breathability, and cushioning to give you zone-specific coverage across the garment.
The seamless design enhances your comfort by avoiding stitch irritation while also improving the product’s durability.
Innovative fabrics develop a graduated compression to perfectly fit the intricacies of the human anatomy and provide you with bespoke support that aids and accelerates injury recovery.
Naturally deodorizing and breathable bamboo charcoal fibers allow you to wear the garments for hours at a time without developing odors.
The fabric’s mineral properties remain uninhibited by exposure to moisture while breathable bamboo fibers ensure your comfort during exercise and in a variety of weather conditions.
YOUR BODY WILL LOVE IT
Zone-specific coverage provides anatomically adjusted elasticity, cushioning, and support according to the needs of each individual area, while a breathable and seamless design ensures long-term comfort.
WON’T WASH OUT
The mineral particles have been reduced to an almost nanoscale powder to ensure that when they are combined with the fabric they become fully integrated and cannot be washed out. As a result, we recommend you wash your products regularly and can guarantee that their therapeutic qualities will not be affected.
3D WEAVED FABRIC
Pulsaar Active products have been weaved to contain a third dimension in their thickness layer which allows the fabric to perfectly fit the intricacies of the human anatomy.
The bamboo charcoal fibers are breathable and naturally deodorizing to prolong your comfort during recovery, while the three-dimensional weave develops a graduated compression to provide bespoke support.
The compression applies enough pressure to provide support, but avoids the blunt force of traditional methods that can cause collapsed or varicose veins.
INFRA REFLECT MINERAL FIBERS
Our fabrics are embedded with carbon and germanium particles for the most efficient and enduring use of their therapeutic qualities.
Sustainably harvested bamboo and germanium oxide ores are sourced to extract their mineral properties.
The bamboo is heated to 800℃ for seven days to create a mineral-rich charcoal.
CRUSHED INTO POWDER
The charcoal and germanium are then crushed and ground into a nano-like powder.
The microscopic particles are then combined with polyester to become fully integrated and ensure their thermodynamic properties cannot be washed out.
3D WEAVED INTO FABRIC
3D weaving technology entwines this mineral-infused polyester into the complex fabric used to make our garments.
IN-DEPTH SCIENCE OF INFRARED RADIATION
Infra Reflect material
For billions of years, the Sun has generated infrared radiation and the living organisms on Earth have had to evolve to absorb it. Humans have been able to evolve a particular propensity for absorption given the high percentage of water in our physiological make-up. Infrared radiation (IR) is a type of electromagnetic radiation measured between the wavelengths 780 nm to 1000 μm. A number of studies have reported that IR can improve the healing of skin wounds, relieve pain, stiffness, and fatigue, and also stimulate the proliferation of mesenchymal and cardiac stem cells. In general, infrared radiating materials work by transforming heat energy from the body into radiation within the IR wavelength range to induce homeostasis and photo biomodulation and thus penetrating their rays beneath the skin. When successful, this process results in beneficial therapeutic outcomes including, but not limited to, the alleviation of pain or inflammation, immunomodulation, and the promotion of wound healing and tissue regeneration. Materials that can generate infrared radiation have also been shown to enhance blood circulation and the overall metabolism of the human body. A recent study concerned with the efficacy of IR emitting clothing investigated their application and use among a group of soccer players. When the garments were used for 10 hours as sleepwear over three successive nights,
the researchers found a reduction in delayed-onset muscle soreness among the players 48 hours after intense plyometric exercise. Similarly, another study assessed the applications of a far infrared radiation emitting plaster for the therapeutic management of knee osteoarthritis. The posterior surface of the patient’s knee was treated by applying the plaster for 12 hours a day, five days a week, for a total of four weeks. The researchers measured a longitudinal view ultrasound scan of the anterior compartment of the knee and discovered a 40% reduction in joint effusion when compared with the control group. IR appears to be more versatile than other electromagnetic wavelengths (such as visible light) because it can induce neural stimulation effects as well as promoting a wide range of therapeutic benefits in cells and tissues. An increasing number of reports in recent years have indicated that different forms IR application have clear clinical benefits, and the mechanisms of IR are becoming clarified. Moreover, therapeutic levels of IR can be delivered using devices without any external power source, by simply using the heat production of the human body to drive emission of far infrared radiation from materials containing minerals. Studies on dressings or clothing made out of IR-emitting materials, have shown they can elevate blood circulation and relieve fatigue. Therefore, it can be concluded that this mode of application could be a more flexible method for daily applications, as well as treating medical conditions, compared with traditional IR light sources and saunas.
REINVENTING RECOVERY WITH MINERAL INTEGRATED 3D FABRICS
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near infra red rays
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