Memory Breeze or Memory Foam? Which one to choose?

Memory foam mattresses are among the best sellers because they are very comfortable and able to adapt to the shape of the body, however viscoelastic polyurethane foam by its nature does not offer high breathability and at the same time tends to retain the body color. To limit these problems, ultra-breathable Breeze foam was created.

This is a material very similar to memory foam, but with a particular structure composed of millions of open micro alveoli. In this way, a support able to adapt to the anatomical shape of the user is maintained, while favoring the internal circulation of air.

This means better dissipation of heat and avoiding stagnation of humidity, making the mattress a healthier environment for rest in any season.

The definition “extremely breathable” that accompanies a mattress made of Breeze foam, emphasizes the high passage of water vapor. A figure measured with special equipment that in a normal memory foam hardly exceeds 40 mm per second. In an excellent quality Breeze foam mattress, on the other hand, values ​​are reached even 50 times higher, or equal to 1900 mm per second.

Another feature of this material is the high density which ensures a resistant support capable of maintaining constant performance over time. An aspect of great importance as it allows you to use the mattress for several years, leaving the quality of the support unaltered and avoiding the formation of depressions that affect the correct alignment of the spinal column.

A further benefit of the effective transpiration of this material is the high level of hygiene it can guarantee. Excessive humidity is the main cause of the proliferation of dust mites and bacteria, but also of fungi and molds that can cause allergic reactions. The rapid dissipation of sweat leaves the inside of the mattress always fresh and dry, which is an inhospitable environment for the development of allergens and microorganisms.


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