HEALTHY LIFE STYLE STARTS AT HOME
Who doesn't want to wake up all healthy and happy?
Most important thing in life is "feeling good!" We make sure that you feel your BEST every morning. You are going to fall in LOVE with the experience of sleeping on our WHOLE Mattress while breathing in and out nature...
Eco-friendly natural material
Natural latex is the most organic, although it requires minimal amounts of additives to process the rubber (5%), today manufacturers are opting for natural latex foam that is derived botanically. This means that the mattress you purchase and sleep on is fully biodegradable and is sourced by tapping latex from rubber trees. Best of all, they are free of the volatile chemicals that are unpleasant and detrimental to a person's health.
The unmatched feeling
So what is it like to sleep on a latex mattress? The initial feeling is sinking like a memory foam mattress but it conforms to your body shape, weight, and temperature. But the similarities stop there. You don't sink into a latex mattress like you would in a memory foam mattress, and thus there is no feeling of being restricted to one position. You are free to move and change positions and the latex mattress will change with you, providing the support you need no matter how you prefer to sleep. This support is crucial to a good night's sleep because, with your spine supported - your muscles are no longer needed to provide any support and can truly relax and experience REM sleep.
Natural latex foam is antimicrobial, repels dust mites and mildew, and is water and heat resistant. Eco latex mattresses are also more breathable and circulate air better and further enhances the relief of pressure from your body, helps with blood circulation and much more. The only danger is that you may never want to get up. All conventional mattresses are made of materials with toxic chemicals and are used widely in the mattress industry today, and their long-term effects are worrisome. Scientists are concerned about their effects on the developing brains of children. Researchers at Harvard's School of Public Health have described toxic chemicals in the environment as a "silent pandemic."