Where To Buy Layla Mattress
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Where To Buy Layla Mattress
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This mattress can work well for those with average body types, as long as they like a soft mattress with a light memory foam feel. Those who prefer a more supportive and firm mattress might not be fully comfortable.
Layla is a great all types of sleepers who want a softer memory foam mattress. Plus, it has the added benefit of being double-sided and flippable, so you have two chances to get things right with Layla. All in all, we really like the Layla mattress, especially the updated 2019 version.
Our team at Sleep Foundation conducts extensive hands-on tests for each mattress to provide you with the most reliable, data-driven recommendations and reviews. Below are key guidelines that inform our testing methodology:
This mattress is superior to most all-foam beds when it comes to temperature neutrality. A copper infusion in both memory foam layers helps keep sleepers cool throughout the night. Most sleepers will not have to worry about waking up in a sweat on this mattress.
Sometimes highly confirming mattresses inhibit movement. Memory foam becomes transformed by body heat and molds to the body. Movement can feel difficult as it takes a few seconds for body impressions in the memory foam to bounce back.
Sex can be slightly more difficult on a highly conforming mattress when compared to a more responsive bed. Mattresses that contour to the body can inhibit movement, have softer edges, and retain heat more easily.
This mattress off-gasses an average amount for an all-foam bed. When a mattress off-gasses, it releases volatile organic compounds (VOCs) that often come with a chemical smell. While the smell is noticeable the first day or two after unboxing the mattress, it fades fairly quickly.
The Layla Memory Foam Mattress contains four foam layers in a blended cover. Each layer can function as a comfort or support core layer depending on which side of the mattress is facing up. The following is how the mattress operates when the medium soft side is facing up
The first thing I noticed was the honeycomb-like pattern across the entire mattress cover and its gray and black dual colors. One side of the mattress is light colored while the other is noticeably darker, making it easy to tell which side is firm and which is soft. I'm a big fan of the cover. It's detailed enough to stand out in a room full of mattresses.
The first thing I noticed when I lay on the mattress was that it felt lighter and more airy than other memory foam beds I've tested, including those made by Nectar and Amerisleep. It's easier to switch positions, especially on the firmer side, which is a plus for combination sleepers who typically flip flop from their side to their back or stomach at night. It's like memory foam with a hint of neutral foam.
Other foam mattresses, such as those made by Casper and Nectar, have firm, dense foundations in the first layer. With the Layla mattress, both sides are meant to be slept on, so the foundation is in the center of the bed. Overall, the mattress is a little over 10 inches thick and it's stacked up as follows:
1. The first layer, starting from the soft side, is 3 inches of copper-infused memory foam. The copper is supposed to draw body heat away from you and disperse it throughout the mattress.
All foams inside of the Layla bed are CertiPUR-US certified, meaning they're made without mercury, lead, ozone depleters and other harsh chemicals. This is a good certification to look out for, as it indicates that a mattress uses premium, quality foams.
I'm used to memory foam feeling more dense -- your body takes a few moments to sink into the foam because it's slowly morphing around your curves. The Layla mattress, on the other