People frequently ask me what is the difference between Draper products and other therapeutic products, such as Back on Track and the slightly lesser known, Lux.
My answer of “it’s just better” didn’t satisfy me or them and I needed to find out the science behind what specifically makes Draper different.
Here’s your answer!!!
When it comes to product knowledge for our Competitors Product, I don’t have any more information than you do. Based on what info is on their site, their products are made with a ceramic fiber (Welltex) that works off energy transfer through radiation. This is directly from their site: “Radiation occurs when a source emits radiation, where upon it collides with another surface and heats it. Competitors Product work with radiant warmth, the purpose of which is to avoid trapping the warmth through insulation. This is so that the protection has a respiratory function, while energy in the body tissues increases.”
While I see no mention of anything therapeutic other than ceramic in the Welltex fabric, Celliant is comprised of 13 safe, naturally occurring, thermo-reactive minerals for their unique properties and combined them into a patented and clinically proven formula.
Some of the minerals include:
•Titanium Dioxide selected for its photocatalyst (light absorbing) properties
•Silicone Dioxide selected for its energy reflection and absorption properties
•Aluminum Oxide selected for its ability to increase reflectivity
Also, products containing Celliant are clinically proven to enhance tissue oxygen levels (hence the bit about speeding up muscle recovery). This natural, biological process improves circulation resulting in an average increase in tissue oxygenation of 7%. The result is that your body uses oxygen more efficiently. Because it’s made of a blend of minerals and not solely ceramic, Celliant acts as a thermoregulator, not only a heat reflector (⭐️that accounts for the wearers being able to stay cooler underneath the garments⭐️).
Celliant is also FDA approved!