Getting a good night’s sleep requires more than going to bed at a decent hour. If you often find yourself tossing and turning or waking with back or neck pain, you’re likely sleeping on the wrong mattress. The tricky part is knowing exactly what you need as you head into a mattress store faced with plush memory foam beds promising you that you won’t be left counting sheep. When it comes to quality and value, consider Dunlopillo—a company that has been in business for the better part of a century.
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In 1931, this innovative company created the first latex mattress, which consumers would come to find most ideal in terms of comfort, support, and its hygienic qualities. Fast forward to the early 2000s and Dunlopillo introduces advancements such as "Outlast" (originally produced for NASA) to keep body temperature regulated and superior cushioning to provide hospital patients extra support and relief.
Beneath its plush surface, a Dunlopillo mattress is stacked with layer upon layer of foam and latex. The base is made from two solid 3.5 inch layers of soy-based upholstery-grade foam followed by alternating layers of latex all the way up to the natural, chemical-free fire barrier just under the fabric. The exterior, what you actually see when you lie down, consists of eco-friendly fabric designed to control its temperature.
Where other mattress companies sacrifice quality for aesthetics, Dunlopillo offers both. Whether you’re allergy sensitive or on the hunt for something that will finally give you the back support you need, you’re bound to find a solution with this brand. Understandably, there’s a lot to consider before you make a mattress purchase. Take some time to research your options… and sleep on it.