Many new pillows start plump and comfortable, but soon become thinner and lumpy. This means that it can be very difficult to enjoy the same consistent level of support that a Dunlopillo latex pillow gives. Latex maintains its shape night after night.
Latex pillows feel very different to memory foam. Latex is resilient and bounces back to its original shape after applying pressure. Just try putting your hand on a latex pillow, pressing down and releasing. It returns to its original shape immediately. Memory foam on the other hand, will take time to return to its original shape.
Dunlopillo Latex Pillows
Dunlopillo latex pillows are 100% breathable and provide instant pressure relief. Latex is a natural product that is hypo allergenic and anti microbial. An anti microbial is an agent that kills microorganisms or inhibits their growth. The Dunlopillo Serenity Deluxe pillow is a slim softer feel pillow, which out sells the Super Comfort. The Super Comfort is a much deeper pillow and has a firmer feel to it.
Memory Foam Pillows
Memory foam responds to your body’s temperature and contours to help support your head and neck. It moulds to support your sleeping position, helping create the perfect sleeping environment. Memory foam cells adjust when weight is applied. The unique open cell structure reacts and responds when body heat and weight is applied. The pressure is spread through a great number of memory foam cells which optimise the support it can give you by distributing the pressure of weight effectively.
Both memory foam and latex have excellent pressure relieving properties and are ideal for achieving a restful night’s sleep. So which one to go for? As Harry Hill (TV Burp) would say, “I like memory foam. I also like latex. But which is better? There’s only one way to find out. Pillow Fight!”