Mattress Topper Reviews
Jake Comfort | Updated: May 1, 2019
It can be hard to find a mattress that’s just right. However, it’s relatively easy to get a mattress that’s almost just right, and that’s where a mattress topper can mean the difference between perfection and merely good.
There are plenty of reasons why someone might consider adding a topper to their sleeping setup. Some individuals like a toper to help compromise with a partner on a mattress, and others like to add a bit of softness or support to their mattress. Still others have found that adding a topper to their mattress lets them get a bit of extra life out of their mattress.
These are all fine reasons to look into getting a mattress topper. However, no matter what is causing you to look for mattress toppers, it can be hard to find the one that’s right for you and your particular sleep needs. They run the gambit from somewhat soft to incredibly soft, and getting the wrong topper can ruin the feel of the mattress that you have. This can be a bit of a pain, as there’s no reason to buy a firm or incredibly firm mattress if the topper you want to use is going to substantially reduce the level of firmness that your mattress offers.
Mattress toppers come in a wide variety of materials and price points. The materials range from all-natural cotton and latex to the latest in memory foam and other poly foams. One of the best uses of a mattress topper is to give your bed the qualities of memory foam without having to invest in a new mattress. Moreover, you can give your current memory foam mattress and extra shot in the arm when it comes to comfort. A topper lets you take advantage of the latest innovations in mattress technologies and science, without having to invest in a brand new mattress.
|Slumber Cloud||Uses innovative phase-change materials and enhances mattress cooling||$218||A+|
|SleepOnLatex||Made from all-natural organic latex with optional organic cotton cover||$129-$369||A|
|eLuxury Supply||2” Visco Memory Foam Topper offers added layer of memory foam to help give any mattress a boost||$56||A-|
|eLuxury Supply||Extra Plush Bamboo Mattress Pad adds a layer of softness without using memory foam – good for those allergic to foam or latex||$103||A-|
|Naturepedic||Made from all natural organic latex, organic wool, and organic cotton. 3” thick||$1599||A-|
|Airweave||Topper constructed from interlocking resin fibers, firmer than most mattress toppers||$780||B|
As you can see, mattress toppers come in a wide variety of materials, prices, and levels of softness. It’s also important to note that all or nearly all of the toppers on the market will only serve to make your bed softer, as it is hard to add firmness to a mattress. It’s also important to note that a topper isn’t a replacement for a quality mattress when it comes to providing the support that you need to keep your spine, neck, and hips in alignment. So get a topper if you want to soften your mattress, but don’t think that it’s a replacement for a new mattress.