In this Leesa mattress review, we dug deep to find out precisely what this mattress is made from and where it’s made. Because Leesa wants this to be a universal mattress, the density of all three layers is very medium. All of the construction is done in the United States, so you can be sure that even though it’s not Australian made, its also not made in China.
The first layer is five centimeters of cooling memory foam with a density of three out of five, with five being the densest. This breathable layer allows for immediate response to your body’s weight by hugging you as soon as you lay down. This layer also features pin core holes that allow for continuous airflow, with an attempt at keeping you fresh throughout the night.
The second layer is another five centimeters of contouring memory foam, designed to relieve pressure from your shoulders, hips, and back. This layer responds much slower than the top layer of memory foam and is far more dense to give that supportive feature. However, this layer offers more support for back and stomach sleepers, as they need that zoned support more than side sleepers do.
The last layer is 12 centimeters of high-density core support memory foam, which acts as the base of the overall mattress and the final layer of support that reinforces the upper layers. While this layer allows for zero motion transfer, that is slightly heightened by the low level of bounce you get with the top layer. Unless you are of a heavier build, there is a good chance that you will experience some feelings of movement when your partner, kids, or pets move on the bed.