Foam, memory foam and latex mattresses mold to the contours of your body for personalized support and both materials absorb movement. Plus, these soft, flexible, resilient mattresses are long lasting because they can be turned regularly. Our foam, memory foam and latex mattresses come with stretchable, knitted ticking on top that boosts point-elasticity, relieving stress on your hips, shoulders and neck.
A memory foam mattress, foam mattress or latex mattress is a soft and resilient mattress that has quite a few advantages. It doesn’t matter which of these three materials you choose - the characteristics and advantages of the three mattress types are similar. Some people may have a slight preference for one over the other, but for most people it’s enough to simply consider which degree of firmness and price fits them.
What exactly makes a memory foam mattress so special? The most obvious advantage of these mattress types is that they mold after your body. This is especially true for the memory foam mattress, which provides complete support for ultimate comfort. The mattresses structure means you avoid placing pressure on any body part, no matter sleeping position.
Some of our mattresses come with stretchable, knitted ticking on the surface that boosts point-elasticity which make them even better at relieving stress on your neck, hips and shoulders.
Another advantage, that people often are less aware of, is that any kind of foam mattress or latex mattress absorbs impact from movement. This makes it an ideal mattress type for both somebody that tosses and turns at night as well as for somebody that shares their bed with a fidgety partner.
Lastly, many of our foam and latex mattresses can be flipped and turned over so that they last even longer. This gives one side an opportunity to rest and get its original shape back while you sleep on the other side.
Did you know that it can take up to 72 hours for a mattress that’s been packed in a roll to resume its actual size and shape? And it also can take your body up to four weeks to adjust and get used to a new mattress. So, give it some time when trying out a new mattress.