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About Pure Talalay Bliss

Pure Talalay Bliss Latex Mattresses

Pure Talalay Bliss Latex mattresses are a high-end latex mattress option that will provide you with over a decade of top-quality comfort. Latex is popular for providing comparable pressure relief and body contouring to memory foam, but with more responsiveness to avoid the "quicksand feeling" some dislike about memory foam. Pure Talalay Bliss Latex mattresses use advanced Talalay latex to provide an exceptional combination of comfort and support. These Talalay mattresses come in a variety of comforts to suit all sleeping types, so everyone can enjoy the unrivaled quality of Pure Talalay Bliss.

  • High-quality latex mattresses
  • Talalay latex process
  • 15-year warranty standard
  • Removable cover for easy cleaning
  • Variety of comfort layer combinations
  • Oeko-Tex class certified materials
  • No harmful chemicals, baby-safe
  • Eco-friendly production
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Made in the USA

Latex Foam

Memory foam revolutionized the mattress industry, boasting better body contouring and pressure relief than the age old innerspring mattress. Next came latex foam, which offers many of the same benefits as memory foam, but with a more reactive composition. If you dislike the density of memory foam, or the sinking feeling often associated with memory foam, then latex foam is a great alternative.

Talalay vs Dunlop

These two types of latex are named after their different manufacturing processes. Dunlop is the older of the two processes, which whips thick rubber sap into a froth via a centrifuge. The sap is then poured into a mold and steam baked into shape. Natural sediment in the rubber sap sinks toward the bottom, which creates a gradual shift in firmness from bottom to top.

Talalay latex differs by putting the serum into a vacuum chamber after being poured into the mold, and the mold is flash frozen before being steam baked. These additional steps result in a more consistent cell structure, but the Talalay process is also more expensive.

  • Dunlop is denser, generally firmer
  • Talalay is generally softer
  • Both Dunlop and Talalay produce excellent mattresses
  • Dunlop is usually heavier
  • Talalay can be made in more comfort variations
  • Dunlop is generally more durable

Visit our Talalay vs Dunlop page to learn more about the differences between these types of latex, and what you can expect from our latex mattresses.

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