Memory Foam Mattress or Latex Foam Mattress?
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Memory Foam Mattress or Latex Foam Mattress? Memory Foam Mattress or Latex Foam Mattress? Presentation Transcript

  • Memory Foam vs Latex Foam Mattresses A buyer’s guide to help you decide between memory foam and latex
  • About Latex Foam• Latex mattresses are resilient and malleable making them durable and comfortable.• You can get natural and synthetic latex, both having the same benefits• 100% natural latex mattresses are very costly to manufacture, that’s why most of brands go for a combination of natural and synthetic latex.• Natural latex is biodegradable and more environmentally friendly, however.
  • About Memory Foam• Memory Foam mattresses are beneficial due to their pressure relieving qualities.• Memory foam is known as visco elastic foam and reacts to your body heat to mould to your body’s natural shape.• The quality of a memory foam mattress is related to the density of the foam used. Denser memory foams are more expensive, but are more durable and have a longer life.
  • Many Similarities• They are both hypoallergenic and dust mite resistant due to their denser structures• Conform to the contours of the body minimising pressure points and back pain• Extremely comfortable as you sink into the mattress slightly• Both are durable and resilient, lasting a long time.
  • Different Feel• Latex has an open cell structure that means it moves with you in the night unlike memory foam• The feel of lying on memory foam can vary from the density of the mattress• The feel of lying on latex will be different depending on whether the latex has been made using the Talalay or Dunlop process.
  • Different Properties• Memory foam reacts to your body heat to allow you to sink into the mattress. The main drawback of memory foam is that it can get quite warm at night, which is why it usually comes with a cooling effect cover• Latex foam doesn’t react the same way: its open cell structure also allows you to sink into the mattress without needing to warm up or retain this heat, making for a cooler night’s sleep.
  • Latex + Memory Foam = ?• Some manufacturers also make mattresses using both types of foam.• This will usually involve a top layer of latex as this will move with you in the night and keep you cooler, while the second layer of memory foam will provide exceptional support that reflex foam alone can’t provide.
  • Benefits Latex Foam Memory Foam Is durable  Is durable Is hypoallergenic  Is hypoallergenic Is dust mite resistant  Is dustmite resistant Stays fresh and cool at  Gets warm night  Relieves pressure point Is firmer but malleable  Firmness levels depend of Relieves pressure point foam density Supports back and joints  Supports back and joints
  • InformationIf you would like more information about either type of foam or have any questions, visit our website Or call our team of specialists on 0800 130 3690!