If you’re looking for an organic mattress that can provide a great night’s rest, then our mattress might be the perfect bed for you, designed using over three years of customer data to create a sleeping surface that is a step ahead!
Each of the foam comfort layers in the mattresses are CertiPUR-US® certified, meaning they meet some of the most rigorous standards for emissions, content, performance, and durability.
Our Mattress isn’t just any memory foam mattress. It’s a copper mattress. It’s a cooling mattress. It’s a freaking dream in a box. The Mattress cradles you at night so you can become your best, most energized daytime self. Our mattress is great for back sleepers, side sleepers, and twisted into a pretzel sleepers.
The benefits of sleeping on a memory foam mattress
Memory foam mattresses relieve joint pain. People with joint pain will appreciate the conforming ability of a memory foam mattress, as it gives the feeling of hugging the pressure points of the body.((Here are more tips at the end of this listing for sleeping better with chronic pain.)
Memory foam mattresses provide spinal support. Memory foam conforms to your body, helping to keep your spine in neutral alignment. This ensures you won’t wake up with a sore back.
Memory foam mattresses limit motion transfer. With a memory foam mattress, you won’t have to worry about being woken up by a partner in the middle of the night if they get out of bed. Because the mattress isn’t tied together in one consecutive coil system, if your partner gets up to use the restroom in the middle of the night, you aren’t going to feel a thing.
Memory foam mattresses are good for allergy sufferers. Unlike innerspring mattresses, memory foam mattresses don’t have a lot of have nooks and crannies that dust mites can live in, meaning it can be a better option if you suffer from allergies.
Memory foam mattresses are durable. A well-made memory foam mattress should last 10 to 15 years.
Who a memory foam mattress is ideal for
One of the reasons memory foam continues to grow in popularity is that this type of bed supports a wide range of sleep styles. Within the memory foam category, look for these features depending on your preferred sleep position:
If you’re a side sleeper: Side sleepers benefit from snoozing on a softer memory foam mattress that keeps their spine in alignment while cushioning shoulders and hips. Look for added support in the lumbar region to protect the heaviest part of your body.
If you’re a back sleeper: Anything too soft will cause you to sink into the bed, while anything too firm will put too much pressure on your shoulders and back, causing soreness when you wake up. If you’re a back sleeper of average weight, look for a medium-firm memory foam mattress.
If you’re a stomach sleeper: Because memory foam molds to the shape of your body, you may not like the feel of it if you sleep on your stomach. If you’re still interested in memory foam, look for one that’s firm enough to give you the support you need. Anything from a medium-firm to firmer mattress is what you’ll want.
A Look Inside the Mattress
Ordering our layers in a gradual firmness combines comfort and support. The more you push, the more it pushes back to meet you. Our open-cell foam technology is designed to allow air to flow freely through the mattress, increasing breathability.
Organic quilted bamboo cover: Soft to the touch and cool on your skin, this eco-friendly cover, made of organic cotton and natural wool, comes together to create a breathable, moisture-wicking, surface.
Breathable Gel Foam Layer: Exclusive foam sleeps cool, with perfect hug, bounce and improved pressure relief for side sleepers. 30% more gel beads in our second layer add cushion-like support. This layer provides variable support, rapid cooling, and an antimicrobial barrier for the mattress.
Pressure-relieving Memory Foam Layer: Relieves back, hip and shoulder pressure and contours to your body without feeling hot.
High-density Foam Support layer: Incredible support and durability, for sleepers of all sizes, with zero motion transfer.
How to sleep better while in pain
Use pillows strategically. Some kinds of pain, such as back and neck pain, are made worse by awkward sleeping positions. Sleeping on your stomach, for example, can exacerbate back pain and neck pain because it throws your spine out of alignment and forces you to sleep with your head twisted to one side.
Relieve back pressure by sleeping on your back with a pillow under your knees, or on your side with a pillow between your knees. You can reduce neck pain with an orthopedic pillow. Keeping your spine properly aligned is the most important thing you can do to find relief and help you sleep.
Practice relaxation. You can modulate pain with a hot bath, ice pack, heating pad, calming music, or aromatherapy. Relaxation rituals can train your body to be ready for sleep.
Consider an adjustable bed frame. It can be nearly impossible to find a comfortable position when your chronic pain is flaring. An adjustable bed frame lets you raise or lower your head, feet, or both, to find the best angle and position for your body. It’s not coincidental that hospitals use adjustable bed frames—they’re good for your health, and also good for your life.
Use noise-canceling headphones. They block out sound so you aren’t awakened by every bump in the night and also allow you to put on music or something else that can distract you from your pain and help you fall asleep.
Top your mattress with memory foam. An overly firm mattress puts pressure on sore muscles and joints. If you have pain when falling asleep, a mattress topper is worth looking into. A memory foam topper specifically can add a layer of cushioning and softness.
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Why does memory foam have an odor when it is new?
The "fresh foam smell" odor associated with new memory foam is completely normal. It will dissipate with time and airing. Just like any new foam product- upholstered furniture, vehicles, office furniture, etc. The "new" smell will dissipate with time.
Twin 39" x 75", XL TWIN 39" x 80", Full 54" x 75", Queen 60" x 80", King 76" x 80", Cal King 72" x 84"
Where is your mattress cover?
Already on your mattress
How long will it take to expand fully?
Mattress comes compressed and may need 96 hours for bed to fully recover