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Are Organic Mattresses Worth The Money?
Are Organic Mattresses Worth The Money?

Mattresses made with certified organic materials are more durable and last longer than those made with synthetic materials.

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Written by Mark Abrials
Updated over a week ago

Avocado mattresses are handcrafted from the finest natural, organic ingredients for superior durability, sustainability, and comfort. Our certified organic mattresses are also safer for you, your family, and the planet.

Memory foam and latex are among the most popular mattress materials. However, low-quality memory foam breaks down in a matter of years. (Mattresses made with memory foam and synthetic latex only last seven to 10 years, on average.)

That's why at Avocado, we craft our mattresses with GOLS-certified organic Dunlop latex, which has a much longer lifespan and offers superior body-hugging support compared to memory foam. By exclusively using durable, renewable materials, we're able to offer an affordable organic mattress with a longer warranty than our competitors.

How do we make handcrafted luxury organic mattresses that are affordable and accessible? No middlemen. We only use GOLS-certified organic (CU863637) latex and GOTS-certified organic (CU863637) cotton and wool from our own farms in India and Guatemala. We make our own innersprings to deliver body-contouring support with up to 975 individually wrapped coils. We never use chemical flame retardants, petroleum-based foams, fiberglass, or adhesives to bind the layers. Our mattresses are even MADE SAFE® Certified — a standard of safety so high that only three mattress brands worldwide have qualified.

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