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Memory Foam
What is Memory Foam?
Memory foam is a polyurethane material that is sensitive to pressure and temperature, used especially in mattresses, where it molds to the shape of an individual's body.
1. The basic kind is made out of a polymer known as polyurethane. This is a material that is commonly found in most sofas, mattresses, car seats and spray foam. Memory foam is a very durable type of material if it has a high enough density and is also known for providing good support and excellent pressure relief. These kinds of beds usually have a longer lifespan than spring mattresses.
2. Memory foam consists mainly of polyurethane as well as additional chemicals increasing its viscosity and density. It is often referred to as "viscoelastic" polyurethane foam, or low-resilience polyurethane foam. The foam bubbles or ‘cells’ are open, effectively creating a matrix through which air can move.
3. This type of foam has been around for 50 years. In fact, it was originally invented by NASA as material that would have been used for the comfort and safety of astronauts during launch. People liked it so much it started being used in more and more instances and really blew up in mattress form when Tempurpedic released its memory foam mattress. Now you can find it in seat cushions, pillows and even shoes!
4. Memory foam has certainly progressed a long way since it was first invented. Visco elastic memory foam is often combined with materials that regulate the temperature of the human body. The consolidation of these materials usually results in a cool and supportive place to sleep. It is typically a dense, yet comfortable feeling for a sleeper. Usually, it is a good idea to check out the density of the foam mattress that you are considering. If it is below a certain density level, it may not be a good quality and might not perform as well or last as long as you would like it to.
The Advantages of Memory Foam
1. The method of manufacturing memory foam varies depending on the formula used by the company. These different formulas change the qualities of the foam. For instance, some types of memory foam might be more resilient to changes in the shape of a body that is lying on them. It might take longer to mold to the exact shape of the person. Memory foam is very solid and dense. This means that most substances cannot pass through the surface. However, the foam also displays elastic properties. It is able to recover its shape over a certain period of time. It will soften when you lie on it, but will return to its original shape when you get up.
2. One of the great benefits of solid memory foam is it’s able to use your heat and body pressure to form to your exact shape. The “visco” part of visco elastic is what comes into play here. Your body heat actually softens the memory foam, making it more viscous. This is what allows you to sink in. It essentially creates a mold of your body. When you get up from the bed, the foam goes back to how it was originally. That would be the “elastic” part.
3. This will make a more comfortable sleep for people, as the mattress is perfectly indented to suit them. This is also good for supporting the alignment of your body. Sleeping on a natural curve is good for your spine, and promotes lumbar support.
4. A great feature of memory foam is that it’s also helpful in terms of relieving the pain on pressure spots. If you have arthritis, or joint pain, then these beds might be able to help. It cushions you, and will reduce any impact you might otherwise encounter.
5. Older beds which use only a pillow top or some sort of soft top layer, have a tendency to begin wearing out over time, which allows the underlying springs to start making more and more of an impression. Eventually, these springs can serve as pressure points on the bed, causing you discomfort.
6. Memory foam, for the most part, eliminates this. Many memory foam mattresses don’t even include springs, and in hybrid mattresses that use both, the foam serves as a fair enough protector between the two. This is, of course, good news for anyone who suffers from things like back pain.
7. When using a memory foam mattress, it is less likely that you will be able to feel your partner moving. There is a reduced chance that you will be bothered by their getting up or tossing and turning. This is due in part to the density of the mattress. Because you sink in, movement is basically absorbed by the mattress, rather than being transferred, as would happen with a traditional spring mattress. This is good if you are a light sleeper and are easily awakened.
8. Another benefit is that memory foam can be hypoallergenic. It has a very dense structure, which is good for reducing the number of allergens that can build up. Dust, mold and other allergens will not be able to find a way into your mattress. This is very helpful for people who have allergies, as they are very often prevented from getting a good night’s sleep.
Different Filling Material
Gel Memory foam

Gel memory foam, or gel-infused memory foam, is memory foam that has been pumped full of gel, which also has two different types. The first is a kind of material that just absorbs heat. Think of this like an ice pack you might keep in your freezer. The other type is actually what is called a phase-changing material. What this stuff does is help regulate your temperature as you sleep by absorbing and releasing heat.

Latex Like foam is the good alternative to latex which is considered to be the most comfortable furniture filler material. Latex like is high-flexible foam with fine cell structure. LL foam has a number of advantages compared to foam with natural latex and the comfort properties are even.

LL foam is absolutely hypoallergenic, odorless, and the open-cell structure ensures good air circulation. This type of foam has a longer service life than regular latex.
Bamboo Foam

Created when the bamboo plant is burned at high temperatures and then ground into a fine powder, bamboo charcoal helps regulate moisture, temperature, and odors for a cleaner and more comfortable sleep environment.
Therapeutic memory foam helps eliminate pressure point pain. Memory foam supports lower back, allowing spine to stay neutral. Naturally hypoallergenic, memory foam resists bacterial growth for a clean sleep environment. Infused bamboo charcoal helps regulate moisture, temperature, and odor.

Shredded Memory Foam

“shredded” memory foam filling is simply torn into tiny pieces. The individual pieces of foam move independently, allowing the pillow to be moldable. You can sculpt it much like a down pillow—it will shift and change into whatever shape you desire.

Shredded memory foam offers mold ability at the cost of some support. Memory foam’s unique ability to conform to your head and neck is negated when it’s been torn into individual pieces. With a solid memory foam loaf, the material adjacent to the compressed area is all attached as a single uninterrupted piece. Traditional memory foam therefore reacts and compresses in coordination, allowing for a more precise “cradling” effect than the shredded memory foam can provide.

3. Conversely, shredded memory foam pieces each compress independently. This makes the pillow much more more soft and moldable versus firm and supportive.
For side sleepers, the thick foam is easy to mold into the space of the shoulder gap. Even if you sleep with your arm under a pillow to help prop it up more to fill the space, it is never enough with an ordinary down or cotton pillow. Down and cotton are also easily flattened and give out overnight, so they lose what support they had and need to be re-fluffed to fill out again. The shredded memory foam never loses its shape overnight, and you can sleep with an arm under it or use it on its own to give your neck the perfect amount of support. Unlike a solid foam pad, the shredded foam moves to allow for the arm space needed to keep you comfortable.

 Phase Change Foam
Phase-change material (PCM) is a substance with a high heat of fusion which, melting and solidifying at a certain temperature, is capable of storing and releasing large amounts of energy. Phase-change material absorbs and/or releases large amount of energy in the process, remaining at the same temperature until the process is completed so that it can help regulate your temperature as you sleep by absorbing and releasing heat.

Copper Infused Memory Foam

1. Copper is Cool
Copper helps draw excess heat from the body.
2. Anti-microbial
Prevents the growth of bacteria and spread of viruses to promote health and wellness.
3. Anti-inflammatory

Copper complexes are highly effective anti-inflammatory agents Hypoallergenic
Copper does not cause allergic reactions and has dust and mite resistant properties.

4. Stimulates Brain
Copper encourages brain stimulation during sleep.  
5. Anti-odor
copper ion naturally eliminates odor-causing bacteria.

Polymer Material
It’s waterproof and can be washed or dried.
The Advantages Of Adding Material

1)Benefits of Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera Memory foam is designed to combine the natural healing and rejuvenating properties of Aloe Vera with next generation pressure relieving materials to create the best night's sleep possible.

The cover is enriched with Aloe Vera extract. Used for thousands of years - Aloe Vera is nature's wonder plant, famous for its natural ability to boost the body's defence systems, it also hydrates, soothes and rejuvenates the skin. Aloe Vera is a natural antibiotic, anti-microbial and antiseptic that helps you to enjoy healthy and rejuvenating sleep.

2)Benefits of Green Tea

Green Tea extract and Castor Natural Seed Oil in the foam naturally eliminate odor-causing bacteria to keep the mattress fresh. I did notice that it had a nicer smell than a typical foam mattress but you could still smell some of the memory foam chemicals, I don’t think that can be avoided. The green tea scent does linger though after the mattress is done off-gassing.

3)Benefits of Lavender Oil

1. Lavender oil is believed to have antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties, which can help to heal minor burns and bug bites.

2. Research suggests that it may be useful for treating anxiety, insomnia, depression, and restlessness.

3. Fungal infections
Lavender oil could be effective in combating antifungal-resistant infections.
4. Wound healing
Lavender has an acceleratory effect on wound healing.

5. Hair loss
Lavender is possibly effective for treating alopecia areata.

4)The benefit of the Glycerin


Glycerin also called glycerol, can be used on all types of skin including oily skin. It is used to treat many oily skin conditions, like acne, skin infections, wrinkles and fine lines. Glycerin attracts moisture onto your skin which is why it is considered a humectant. Glycerin is an emollient, making skin not only oist, but soft and supple to the touch. Glycerin in lotions or other skin care products can help prvent or combat dry skin. And if you have dry skin on your face, you can apply glycerin topically onto your face to increase and lock in moisture on the skin to cure the dryness. It gives you moisturized and cleansed skin, without any side effects. Glycerin suits most people and the effects of glycerin on skin are healthier. It can provide a more attractive, natural-looking appearance.

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