Our organic Dunlop latex is farmed in the Kottayam region of India. These are family farms, tended by the same family for generations. We are proud of these families for their sense of environmental stewardship and their quality product.
From these farms, concentrated liquid latex is then converted into flexible foam rubber. Only the highest quality raw organic latex is used in our mattresses.
The benefits of organic Dunlop latex include its unparalleled support, comfort, breathability, durability and resilience, environmental sustainability, and anti-microbial properties.
Our wool covers blend crossbred wool fibres to create batting of incredible loft, springiness, and volume. Shorn from New Zealand Joma Wool®, it is known for its bounce, body, and support, using a process that is known for providing 40 to 50 percent more volume and resilience.
So, when it is time for you to have a new mattress, rest assured that when you purchase a Nature’s Embrace latex mattress, you’re purchasing a high-quality product that supports the environment and those families who care about it.
Between the reluctance to deal with the disruption, and the gradual nature of the decline of your old mattress, a replacement can be a difficult issue to face. There is never a sudden, attention-getting event like a broken window or plumbing issue.
It is, however, important because a worn-out mattress has a direct effect on our sleep. Ultimately, losing sleep can lead to more serious conditions in the future.
So, we offer the following signs that you can use to gauge when the time is right.
Average lifespan: Although no mattress has an actual listed expiration date, and it is different for everyone, the average lifespan of a mattress is about 7 to 10 years.
Sleeping better in other beds: Usually, people tend to get better sleep in their own bed, however, if you find that your sleep has improved in hotel rooms, or at someone else’s place, the problem is your mattress. The good hotels have high-quality latex mattresses, try one for a good night’s sleep at home.
Dust allergies: Things are frightening at the microscopic level. Mattresses are no exception. If your dust allergies are getting worse, your mattress is the problem. Now you can buy a mattress with hypoallergenic properties that can repel bed bugs and dust mites in the cotton layer of your regular old mattress.
Tired after waking up: If you feel tired after a full night’s sleep, it could mean a worn-out mattress. If your mattress is sagging, and you end up tossing and turning, it may mean that your body is trying to find a comfortable position to fall asleep.
The sinkhole: A clear sign that your mattress is wearing out is when you feel as though you are slipping into a hole. This is common when the foam inside the mattress is wearing out.
Stiff and painful in the morning: This means that your mattress is no longer supporting your spine, and you may have kept it for too long.
Check out the Nature Embrace Mattress Warranty. Our quality is in writing.