While most memory foam mattresses share similar characteristics, Lucid takes it a step further. In this lucid mattress review, we found that Lucid’s top competitor, Zinus, features a fairly basic build structure with three layers of various foam. But Lucid goes the route of only two layers of foam and a third base layer of springs. In this section of our Lucid mattress review, we’ll breakdown the overall build quality of this specific mattress and see how it stands up to the competition. Inside the Lucid mattress, you’ll find a cover, a comfort layer, pressure relief layer, transition layer, and the support layer. The cover features a TENCEL makeup, an eco-friendly cotton substitute known for its moisture-wicking properties. The second layer is the comfort layer, and 3.81 centimeters of Bamboo Charcoal memory foam, which, along with providing the initial comfort feel, also reinforces the moisture-wicking feature of the cover. The pressure relief layer features memory foam that is infused with aloe vera, which allows the bed to eliminate odor and keep it fresh. Next up is the transition layer, which is made up of high-density polyfoam, meant to transition your body from the softer materials to the firmer sections of the mattress. The last part includes an internal layer as well. Here you have a base layer of high-density polyfoam that surrounds the pocketed coils, which provide the support for the entire mattress. This layer brings some fantastic bounce to the structure and allows the mattress to isolate motion throughout the bed. It also gives better airflow, enforcing the fresh feel in and around the bed.