Adjust the firmness of your mattress by adding a topper. Toppers are available in soft, medium and firm and 1-inch, 2-inch and 3-inch thicknesses. You can also fix a mattress that has developed indentations, as long as the depth doesn’t exeed 1.5 inches.
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If you’re looking to replace your old sagging and toxic polyurethane mattress with a healthier, non-toxic and more durable natural latex mattress, you’ve come to the right place. Countless hours have gone into researching and vetting the best 100% natural and non-toxic mattresses that are featured on NaturalMattressFinder.com.
If you have found a “natural latex” mattress that isn’t featured in the comparison chart below, it is most probably because it features blended synthetic latex, or a combination of natural latex and polyurethane.
The aim of this site is to feature mattresses that don’t contain any toxic and off-gassing polyurethane, gel foam or memory foam. Synthetic foam mattresses are typically treated with fire retardant chemicals. Some of these chemicals have been banned because they have been proven to be carcinogenic. Moreover, no long term health and safety studies have been conducted on the fire retardant chemicals that are currently in use.
All Certi-Pur mattresses fall into this grey area. The Certi-Pur certification was created by the same companies who manufacture the fire retardant chemicals. The chemical manufacturers basically decide what level of toxic chemical exposure is acceptable for you by certifying the product with their own Certi-Pur certification. What a farce!
The aim of this site is to be the best online resource for comparing natural latex mattresses and natural bedding products. So, save yourself tons of time by finding and comparing all the best natural latex mattresses in one place.
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The best pillows will have third party certifications like GOTS (Global Organic Latex Standard), Greenguard Gold, GOLS (Global Organic Latex Standard) and Eco Institut.
Natural pillows are typically made of Kapok tree fibre, latex, down and wool. Latex pillows can either be solid dunlop or talalay latex, shredded latex or latex ribbons. Pillows are available in a variety of sizes including standard, queen and king. Savvy Rest makes a body pillow, which is available in Kapok, shredded latex, wool and wool-latex.
Check out the most complete comparison chart of natural latex mattresses online today. You can sort this chart by mattress type. Natural mattresses fall into two basic types: latex core and hybrid. The hybrid mattress has a layer of individually wrapped coils as a base layer, whereas the latex core will use several layers of latex to achieve the desired thickness.
You can also sort the chart by mattress thickness. Press the little arrow on the header of the chart to sort the table for mattress type (latex core or hybrid) or by thickness.
Check out the many articles and reviews of individual natural latex mattresses. You’ll find these below the natural latex mattress comparison chart.
The Pure Green by Sleep On Latex presents a breakthrough in comfort and durability and has raised the bar for latex mattresses. Its GOTS-Certified Cotton and GOTS-Certified Organic New Zealand Wool are a testament offer the best there is in terms of quality and craftsmanship.
The Plushbeds Botanical Bliss natural latex mattress is a latex core mattress that is third-party certified to be free of toxic chemicals and VOC’s. Additionally, the cover is zippered so you can access the inner layers and customize the firmness.
The Spindle natural latex mattress features three 3-inch layers of Dunlop natural latex foam. This all-natural bed has a zippered cover, which means that you can switch around the inner layers to get a different firmness.
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