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Better a latex or a memory foam mattress?

I have to buy a new bed and a new king size mattress. Until some years ago when you had to buy a mattress you asked to yourself: better a spring mattress or a latex mattress? And the answer was simple: definitely latex. But now the answer is better a latex mattress or a memory foam mattress? How can I choose the best material for my rest? Moreover, I wouldn't like to spend too much. Can I find cheap mattresses without renouncing to quality?

Thu, 20/12/2012 - 20:16

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I have a memory foam mattress and I have to say that I rest easy. But it is a good one! A good quality memory foam mattress must be breathable and has to mould itself perfectly to your body shape. Therefore, it must be associated with fresh materials in order to allow moisture transpire quickly. For example, if it comes with a polyurethane coating it is not good at all since polyurethane does not transpire, much better if combined with materials such as Waterlily or the Bultex. Latex is very comfortable but at the same time it is much more resilient than memory foam. In other words if you sleep peacefully, a memory foam mattress will even improve your rest and relax you more. But if you d not rest easy, then I would suggest you a latex mattress.

 

Fri, 21/12/2012 - 17:52

I think that beds are our night shelter and they must be comfortable and as much natural as possible at the same time. I have an organic mattress made up of natural latex, that originates from the trunk of rubber trees, and coconut palm fibres, a very resistant material. The mattress protector and the cover are made of organic cotton so that even people with a particularly sensitive skin, have no problems of allergy.

Sun, 23/12/2012 - 19:21

I've just bought a cot mattress for the guest room and the material is astonishing. The core of the mattress is made of coconut coir and lambs wool, non-allergenic and anti-dust. It is foam-free and this avoids allergies and eczemas. Then there is a 100% cotton inner cover and a non-allergenic 100% Organic Cotton outer cover. The prices of ecological mattresses aren't cheap but I suggest you to spare on other items but your bed!

Thu, 27/12/2012 - 15:10

I have a memory foam mattress and I have to say that I rest easy. But it is a good one! A good quality memory foam mattress must be breathable and has to mould itself perfectly to your body shape. Therefore, it must be associated with fresh materials in order to allow moisture transpire quickly. For example, if it comes with a polyurethane coating it is not good at all since polyurethane does not transpire, much better if combined with materials such as Waterlily or the Bultex. Latex is very comfortable but at the same time it is much more resilient than memory foam. In other words if you sleep peacefully, a memory foam mattress will even improve your rest and relax you more. But if you d not rest easy, then I would suggest you a latex mattress.

 

Fri, 21/12/2012 - 17:52

I think that beds are our night shelter and they must be comfortable and as much natural as possible at the same time. I have an organic mattress made up of natural latex, that originates from the trunk of rubber trees, and coconut palm fibres, a very resistant material. The mattress protector and the cover are made of organic cotton so that even people with a particularly sensitive skin, have no problems of allergy.

Sun, 23/12/2012 - 19:21

I've just bought a cot mattress for the guest room and the material is astonishing. The core of the mattress is made of coconut coir and lambs wool, non-allergenic and anti-dust. It is foam-free and this avoids allergies and eczemas. Then there is a 100% cotton inner cover and a non-allergenic 100% Organic Cotton outer cover. The prices of ecological mattresses aren't cheap but I suggest you to spare on other items but your bed!

Thu, 27/12/2012 - 15:10
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