Latex...pure and natural rubber
Updated: Oct 4, 2019
Durability Made to Withstand Talalay Latex rubber is extremely durable. In fact, it’s three times more resilient than Dunlop Latex, which is used in some other latex mattresses. The manufacturing process for Talalay Latex is more complex and adds two extra steps to the process, making the feel of the mattress more consistent. Because it is vulcanized, it is the most resilient material available in a mattress. Purity 100% Talalay Latex We don’t dilute the benefits of Talalay Latex by topping it with fibers, quilting and foam like most mattresses do. Our design maximizes the benefits of Talalay Latex Rubber, such as breathability, mold and mildew resistance and inherent antibacterial qualities. Our five-stage fresh water rinsing processes ensures the latex is as free of proteins as possible. Only Natural Ingredients Our Talalay Latex is manufactured by Talalay Global in Connecticut. The manufacturing process doesn’t use solvents and doesn’t damage the ozone layer. Our Talalay Latex is certified by Oeko-Tex to be free of harmful substances or chemicals. The process features natural, biodegradable ingredients that come from renewable resources and water-based raw materials: natural latex, air and water. Pressure Relieve and Support You “sleep on” a Talalay Latex rubber mattress because it has an uplifting effect, but you “sleep in” other mattresses because they have a sinking effect. Talalay Latex rubber is a two dimensional material because it’s both supportive, by being uplifting, and pressure relieving. The support and pressure relief allow your muscles to relax and prevents tossing and turning.