Avocado Green Mattress

FAQs about our green mattresses, including reviews, specifications, materials, feel and care.

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35 articles in this collection
Written by Jessica Hann, Mark Abrials, and Jeff D'Andrea and 2 others
Latex Softness, Firmness, Feel

What's the best mattress for my sleeping position?

Side sleepers prefer our pillow-top option, while back and stomach sleepers (and those with back pain), prefer our standard mattress.
Written by Jeff D'Andrea
Updated over a week ago

How soft is your natural mattress?

An explanation of the soft to firmness rating of our mattresses.
Written by Mark Abrials
Updated over a week ago

Does an Avocado Mattress sleep hot?

Some mattress brands sleep hot. Not an Avocado. It's uplifting and breathes naturally so you sleep cool and comfortable all night long.
Written by Jay Decker
Updated over a week ago

How bouncy is your mattress?

Light bounce and limited motion-transfer make the Avocado Green Mattress perfect for couples and active sleepers.
Written by Mark Abrials
Updated over a week ago

What are the ILD and Density ratings of your natural latex?

Our standard mattress uses 2" of D65 plush latex in the top layer while our pillow-top mattress uses 4" of D65 plush latex in the top layer.
Written by Mark Abrials
Updated this week

Dunlop vs. Talalay Latex

Our mattresses feature natural Dunlop latex because we believe it's a healthier choice and more eco-friendly.
Written by Jeff D'Andrea
Updated over a week ago

How is your 100% Natural Dunlop Latex Made? What is in it? Has it been tested?

Our latex is contains only natural ingredients and is eco-INSTITUT tested and certified.
Written by Mark Abrials
Updated over a week ago

Rubber vs. Latex: What's the difference?

Latex, which is tapped from trees, is the all natural milky sap used to make rubber.
Written by Jessica Hann
Updated over a week ago

Is Latex Hypoallergenic?

Natural latex is not hypoallergenic. It is 100% natural, anti-microbial, free from VOCs, breathable, durable and eco-INSTITUT® certified.
Written by Mark Abrials
Updated over a week ago