Latex foam mattresses conform to the body nearly as well as memory-foam types, but are much easier to move around on and less likely to produce an unpleasant odor when new. Owners also find them slightly better for lovemaking, although not quite as good at isolating motion as memory foam. Some sources describe natural latex as more breathable than memory foam and, therefore, less likely to retain heat. In addition, latex does not have the problems with off-gassing and odors that some worry about with memory foam mattresses. You can also flip most latex mattresses, either side-to-side or head-to-foot, which may help them both last longer and retain their comfort longer.
Blended is literally a mixture of organic and synthetic; usually 80% synthetic and 20% organic, however the mixture could also be a 50% equal mix, but to cut costs, most commonly the synthetic part makes up the majority. Beware of some manufacturers who claim to be selling a blended latex foam mattress but don’t quote the percentage of natural content. The blended type is common, relatively cheap, and offers a good balance of the two aforementioned types in terms of build quality, durability and value for money.
The MemorGel Mattress has .5” of super soft quilting foam inside the Modena Fabric. It also has a 2” thicker profile than the MemorGel Mattress, which includes a thicker layer of Open Cell Memory Foam. The base layers are also slightly different. The MemorGel Mattress has a base layer of 6” of polyurethane base foam, while the MemorGel Plus Mattress has 2” of Talalay Latex and 4.25” of polyurethane base foam. For more information on the deluxe version of our MemorGel mattress, please see our MemorGel Plus gel latex memory foam mattress.
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