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What's The Difference Between A Latex And Memory Foam Mattress?
What's The Difference Between A Latex And Memory Foam Mattress?

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Both our hybrid latex and memory foam mattresses are GREENGUARD Gold Certified by UL Environment. That means they have been scientifically tested in environmental chambers to meet some of the world’s most rigorous, third-party emissions standards for prolonged chemical exposure and pollutants, such as volatile organic compounds (VOCs), formaldehyde and phthalates.

Brentwood Home Premium Hybrid Latex Mattress

Our eco-friendly luxury hybrid latex mattress is made with Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) and Global Organic Latex Standard (GOLS) certified materials. our organic latex is free of synthetic latex or blends, and the mattress's organic certified wool wicks away moisture, allows for air circulation, and regulates temperature. Inside are 975 zoned support coils to relieve pressure points and a reinforced perimeter to support you all the way to the edge. Our hybrid latex mattress has a medium-firm feel.

Brentwood Home Memory Foam Mattress

Our American-made memory foam mattress features charcoal-infused BioFoam to relieve pressure and support the body's natural curves. The all-natural charcoal design moves moisture and heat away from your body to ensure a dry, cool, and comfortable sleep.

Meanwhile, the use of BioFoam provides a better, eco-friendly alternative to traditional memory foam mattresses. It is polyurethane foam that adds up to 20% of soy-based polypol without altering the cushioning feeling of memory foam. BioFoam is also free of chlorofluorocarbon (CFCs) and Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers (PBDEs), which can be harmful to human and environmental health. And our memory foam mattress's CertiPUR-US certification validates that our BioFoam® has low indoor emissions and is made without ozone-depleters, formaldehyde, lead, mercury, and other harmful materials.

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