ODOURLESS LATEX MATTRESS
SNAPSHOT BENEFITS OF SOFZSLEEP LATEX MATTRESS
- Known to relieve back pain
- Reduce discomfort in lower back
- Contours to your body providing support
- Isolate movements to avoid disrupting to your partner
- Resistant to fire, dust mite, mold and mildew
- Hypoallergenic for allergy sufferrers
- Does not get warm, body temperature regulation
- Eco-friendly and biodegradable
- Comes with a natural bamboo cover with unique moisture management to keep it dry
WHICH SOFZSLEEP LATEX MATTRESS IS SUITABLE FOR YOU?
SOFZSLEEP TRILOGY : IF YOU WANT TO CUSTOMISE FIRMNESS
3 Interchangeable layers of varying firmness. Perfect for customisation to suit your preferences at that moment.
SOFZSLEEP GRAND: IF YOU GET BACK PAINS OFTEN
Firm mattress with plush soft topper. Helping to relief tension in your body and to align your spine.
SOFZSLEEP CHIRO: FIRM SUPPORT WITH COMFY SOFT TOPPER
Extra-firm mattress with plush micro-perforated topper. Helping with spinal alignment and even pressure distribution.
Firm core with plush topper. Provides excellent back support that contours to the curves of your body.
You will need a thinner head pillow to ensure your head is not tilted too high which will strain the neck. The Classic Sofzsleep pillow is meant for stomach sleepers.
The Design pillow has 2 sides with different firmness level that you can swap around to your own comfort.
The Contour pillow has a dip in the middle to support the neck and 2 difference heights for different shoulder heights.
You you need the Arc Sofzsleep pillow so give ample space for your shoulder giving you the ultimate comfort when you slide your arm under the pillow.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
1. Where does Sofzsleep Latex comes from?
Premium grade sap sourced from South-East Asian rubber plantations
2. Where are Sofzsleep products made?
Manufacturing plant is in Belgium and principal latex supplier is Latex. Premium grade sap from specially selected rubber plantations are sent directly to the factory in Belgium.
3. How are Sofzsleep mattress made?
Upon arrival, the raw rubber sap is mixed into a compound. Compressed air is added to the compound to work it into a foam. The desired mold is filled with the latex foam by robotic automation to obtain an even distribution of the latex in the mold. The mold closes and enters a vulcanization oven. The form is then “baked” at 100 degrees centigrade to solidify into our Core. The finished Core is thoroughly washed to remove any residue and rigorously dried to remove all moisture. Consistency, firmness, visual and weight inspections ensue in our quality control process. Approved products are sent to our Asian assembly plant for cutting and finishing to various sizes.
4. What are the advantages of a latex mattress?
Among many of its other positive traits, latex as a material is primarily anti-fungal, anti-bacterial and excellent at body heat management.
Latex is ideal for allergy sufferers. It is naturally hypoallergenic, dust mite resistant and antimicrobial, inhibiting the growth of bacteria, mould and mildew which are contributors to asthma and pulmonary function allergies. No artificial or chemical materials are added to provide these benefits.
5. What are some of the certifications awarded to Sofzsleep?
Sofzsleep products are rigorously benchmarked internationally, assuring you bedding products of the highest standards. Sofzsleep latex components and mattress fabric are Oeko-Tex® Standard 100 certified. This is the strictest certification and ensures that they comply with health standard and are safe even for babies. Our products also conform to the EuroLatex Eco Standard, which defines the maximum acceptable limits of substances considered harmful to health.
Sofzsleep latex pillow and Bamboo cover have also been tested by Intertek, a global renowned laboratory. They were certified to be free from formaldehyde, organic tin, azo dyes, Nonylphenol (NP) and Nonylphenol Ethoxylates (NPEO) – CNS15290. Our products have also been awarded the LGA, thus ensuring that our mattresses excel in both durability and elasticity and comply with the durability criteria for the award of the Ecolabel according to the European guideline (2002/740/EC). For more information on our awards and certifications, please visit our Certifications page.
6. I've heard of Dunlop and Talalay Latex, what are the differences?
Traditionally, the Dunlop process has been in use to manufacture latex products since 1929. The viscous rubber serum is baked in steam after being frothed and molded. The process naturally causes heavier particles to sink to the bottom of the mold, resulting in the bottom-side of the mattress to be firmer than the top.
In contrast, the Talalay process has a couple of added steps. Prior to the vulcanization process, the mold is vacuum sealed and rapidly frozen. This creates an environment where the sediments and particles within the mold are more consistently distributed, resulting in a more consistent cell structure from top to bottom and edge to edge.
7. Between a Dunlop and Talalay mattress, which is better?
The reality is that neither is superior to the other. They are merely different manufacturing methods. However, generally speaking, a Dunlop mattress tend to be denser producing a slightly firmer experience as opposed to the softer and more subtle Talalay mattress.
Price wise, the cost of a Talalay mattress is often greater than that of a Dunlop mattress because of the additional steps taken during the manufacturing process.
8. Do I need to flip a latex mattress?
Your bed loves you, and you know that! An occasional flip or rotation every 6 months can give your mattress’ lifespan a boost. Love it back by flipping or rotating it so it can keep loving you for many years more.