Since the introduction of memory foam mattresses in 1991, there had been minor changes and improvements in the material. The popularity of this type of mattress has grown and the demand for better quality, multiple levels of support, and lower pricing has lead to a whole new generation of memory foam mattresses. There are now patented materials created with the use of cutting-edge technology, cooling systems to eliminate the heat generated by original memory foam, and several manufacturers from which to choose.
Some newer companies have used layering to increase comfort while maintaining complete support and motion isolation. Nectar is one example. This medium firm mattress utilizes five layers to create a mattress that comes with a lifetime warranty. Very dense memory foam makes up the base layer. This keeps the mattress in shape so the level of support experienced in the first year of use will still be the same in year ten.
An adaptive layer is included, as well as a patented LushFoam layer. An innovative cooling system and a layer of gel memory foam keeps the sleeping surface cool all night long. The mattress cover is bed bug resistant and made of a combination of woven cotton and Tencel. Tencel is a new material that is manufactured in China.
The makers of Casper mattresses use a base layer of support foam, a middle layer of memory foam to support the body, and a top layer of latex foam for increased comfort. This particular example was one of the first companies to offer the mattress in a box format. Both examples are affordable and built to last.
Single Layer Mattresses
Some manufacturers offer a single layer format with a combination of materials. The Purple Mattress provides excellent support for spinal alignment via a new elastic polymer added to memory foam. Tomorrow Sleep combines memory foam with an innerspring for exceptional motion isolation and a naturally cool sleep surface. People are invited to discover more versions of memory foam, and more hints regarding how to select the one suitable for their sleep needs and preferences on blog sites dedicated to mattresses and accessories.