First designed in the mid-1960s for NASA spaceship seats, the shock-absorbing and pressure relieving qualities of Memory Foam have till date continued to wow the industry.
Memory foam works on pressure points to provide relief from pain and stress. It takes the shape of the body and helps maintain posture further ensuring a comfortable and healthy sleep.
It’s composed of Polyurethane foam which repels mold & mildew and is resistant to pet dander. Due to its dense structure, memory foam leaves no space for the dust to accumulate.
It adjusts to the sleeper’s body heat and weight to ensure sound sleep. A gel based memory foam actively absorbs and releases heat from the body.
It is a durable material as it was originally designed for NASA airplane seats. It can endure high pressure without being damaged extensively.
Memory foam helps the mattress cushion the body evenly, and molds to the body in response to heat and pressure. Once pressure is removed, memory foam bounces back very slowly and over time it remembers the body shape and optimal sleeping position, justifying the name ‘memory’.