Latex mattresses are also called the true latex or all latex mattresses as they are made up of rubber including the comfort system and also core support.
With the motive of providing stability and strength to accommodate heftiness, the support core of latex mattresses is made up of formulated latex that is made firm and thicker thus have more contouring in comparison to the core support.
Best Used For:
These latex mattress types are for bad backs and to encourage spinal alignment or to relieve the pressure. Having said that it is just like a stiff wood piece and does not take the form of the body shape while sleeping or does not even engulf the body. So this mattress type is a requirement-prone mattress. The latex has bounced in it, thus can be good for sex life.
Based on the type of latex used in the mattress, the types of mattresses are differentiated.
Dunlop vs. Talalay:
Either of the 2 processes is used to produce the latex mattresses. The Dunlop process requires molding, stirring, rubber tree sap’s baking while the process of Talalay involves vacuum-sealing the sap, then freezing and baking it.
Organic vs. Non-organic:
All latex is processed using chemical fillers and other synthetic components. In order to be considered organic, latex should consist of at least 95 percent natural latex and receive certification from the Global Organic Latex Standard (GOLS).
The price range of the Latex mattress is $1,600-$2,000.
- They are bouncy
- They have temperature regulation in them
- They are designed with balanced features
- There is very low noise while using the mattress
- Motion isolation is experienced in this mattress
- The mattress is comparatively heavier
- The price of the mattress is comparatively high