Sure we want a mattress thats comfortable, long lasting and supportive, but its 2018 and more of us are asking – are there toxins in my mattress? We demand genuine natural mattress options that are environmentally friendly, safe and without toxins! (Can I get a Hell Yeah…?)

If it were only that easy…unfortunatley many mattress makers trying to brand their mattresses as non-toxic, eco and natural – when they are anything but!   

We at Natural Mattress Reviews research, review and present only the best genuine natural, non-toxic and eco friendly mattresses available online in 2018

ALL MATTRESSES WE REVIEW ARE:

Made in the USA

✅ Avaliable to buy online direct from manufacturers

✅ Made from natural, organic and non-toxic materials

✅ Compatiable with adjustable bases

WITH ABSOLUTLEY NO…

Polyurethane Foams

⛔ Polyester Fills

⛔ Toxic Fire Retardants

⛔ Toxic Adhesives

⛔ Memory Foam



The List 

These mattresses are not only safe, non-toxic and eco-friendly, they are amongst the highest quality mattresses you can buy in 2018. If you find this page useful please leave a comment at the bottom of the page.


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Avocado Green Mattress Review –

Our Best Pick Hybrid Mattress

Mattress Type – Latex & Pocket Spring

Price – Queen $1,399.00

Summary – 100% natural latex on recycled steel pocket springs, with an organic cotton and New Zealand wool topper. Handmade quality, built in California, well priced, ethical company. Read the full review here 

Roll Packed | Hand-Made in USA | Free Shipping | 100 Night Trial | 10 yr Warranty | Finance Available

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ZenHaven Latex Mattress Review – 

Our Best Pick Latex Mattress

Mattress Type – Latex

Price – Queen $1,899

Summary – Pure and natural, non-toxic, luxury latex mattress. High quality natural and organic materials and three layers of 100% natural Talalay latex. The unique double sided design offers a 2-in-1 mattress with a luxury plush and a medium firm side so the user can customise their own comfort level. Read the full review here 

Free Shipping | 120 Night Trial | 10 year Warranty | Made in USA | Finance Available | Double Sided

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Plush Beds Botanical Bliss Review – 

Worthy Latex Contender

Mattress Type – Latex

Price – Queen $1,599

Summary – The 9″ Botanical Bliss features a 6″ organic latex support core, with a 2″ 100% natural Talalay comfort layer. Features a thick 100% pure New Zealand Wool topper, all encased in a non-woven organic cotton cover. Three comfort levels are available. More affordable non-organic options are also available. Read the full review here 

Free Shipping & Returns | 100 Night Trial | 25 year Warranty | Made in USA | Finance Available

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Happsy Organic Mattress –

Up & Coming Hybrid

Mattress Type – Latex & Pocket spring

Price – Queen $1,399

Summary – The Happsy organic mattress is new to the mattress scene, featuring a layer of certified organic latex topper on a layer of 100% natural latex, a pocket spring base and organic cotton and wool cover. Read the full review here 

Free Shipping & Returns | 120 Night Trial | 10 yr Warranty | Made in USA | Organic Latex Top Layer

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Natural Latex Mattress Breakdown – Which Latex Is Best?

There are four types of latex foams used in todays mattresses; 100% natural latex, organic latex, synthetic latex, or blended latex. Adding to the confusion many companies are marketing their latex mattresses as natural, yet contain only small quantities of natural latex rubber! So whats the difference between the four types of latex – and which is the best?

Behind The Green Label – Mattress Certifications Explained

Strong demand for natural non-toxic products has many manufactures adopting certified standards to let customers know how green and safe their mattresses are. However, some certifications are more meaningful than others, and many only address one specific layer within a mattress. Genuinely safe non-toxic mattresses will typically have several certifications which address different layers and components.

NASA’s List – The Best Indoor Plant Species To Filter Toxins From Indoor Air

Our indoor air is polluted with volatile organic compounds (VOCs) off-gassing from the synthetic products we fill them with. Indoor plants can filter out many of these toxins – but some species are better than others. The NASA Clean Air Study reveals which species are best.

Reduce VOCs For A Healthy Home – The Most Toxic Materials To Avoid and Their Natural Alternatives

The air in a typical home is polluted with toxic VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) constantly releasing from the synthetic petroleum based products and materials we fill them. Here is a list the most toxic materials and their natural alternatives, so you can get to work creating a healthy and safe indoor environment

The Chemistry Of Memory Foam – Are Memory Foam Mattress Safe or Toxic?

What chemicals are in a memory foam mattress? Is a memory foam mattress safe or toxic? Manufacturers vary their exact chemical blends but the basic chemical building blocks of memory foam remain the same. Here’s a breakdown of the chemicals and additives found in common memory foam mattresses, and how they are made.

Natural Mattress Guide 2018

Are there toxins in your mattress? – The Natural Mattress Guide shows you which materials to look for and which to avoid, helping you find a truly natural eco friendly mattress free from harmful toxins.

Standard Mattress Vs Natural & Non-Toxic Mattress

Most standard mattresses are made from a cocktail of potentially harmful chemical compounds which can release into our homes and the environment. This is because most mattresses, including expensive “luxury” brands often contain;

  • Toxic Glues and Adhesives
  • Chemical Fire Retardants
  • Foams derived from petrochemicals
  • Fabrics grown with pesticides and herbicides

These materials often off-gas a group of chemicals knows as Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs). These are chemicals which have a low boiling point and evaporate at room temperature – Easily polluting our indoor air. Most carpets, paints, furniture and mattresses  release VOCs. Some VOCs are known carcinogens and have been linked to infertility, headaches, asthma, respiratory problems and a host of other negative health affects.

Creating a home without VOCs is next to impossible given the breadth of contaminants, but If you want a safer low VOC home one of the first questions you have to ask yourself is; Are there toxins in my mattress?

Buying a mattress which uses natural materials is the best first step towards improve indoor air quality and reducing your exposure to  harmful VOCs in your home.

What is a Natural & Non-Toxic Mattress Made From?

Whats the difference between a normal and a natural mattress? Its all in the materialsIts. Most often natural mattresses will be a combination of organic cotton covers and fills, with 100% natural wool and/or natural latex toppers, supported with a base of either fabric encased pocket coils or 100% natural latex – Here is a breakdown of each;

image shows a 100% organic cotton plant used to make organic, green, natural and eco friendly non-toxic mattresses.

Organic Cotton

An all natural mattress will use GOTS certified (Global Organic Textile Standard) organic cotton for things like padding, fills and covers. So why organic? Is an organic mattress really necessary? After all, your not going to eat it…!

There are both health and environmental benefits to making sure your mattress only uses organic cotton;

Most importantly, organic cotton won’t be grown and treated with potentially harmful and polluting chemicals like pesticides, insecticides, fungicides, GMOs, petrochemical based dyes and anti-piling agents.

These chemicals can not only end up in the environment but in our homes as their residues remain trapped in the fibres themselves which can be absorbed through skin contact or by inhaling dust particles.

two sheep in a green field, the source of natural and non-toxic safe wool which goes into eco mattresses

100% Natural Wool

Mattresses to be fire resistant. Fire retardants are often the most toxic chemicals in your mattress and contribute to that new mattress smell. Wool acts as a natural fire retardant, so no harsh chemical retardants are necessary.  Wool is also antimicrobial, improves moisture control and temperature regulation. Look for pure wool which doesn’t have synthetic additives, as low grade wools are often bonded together with resins and glues.

image shows raw organic 100% natural and non-toxic latex foam used in natural eco mattresses

100% Natural Latex – Dunlop and Talalay

 

Not all latex mattresses are created equal! 100% Natural Dunlop or Tally latex is manufactured using a water based non-toxic processes. Cheaper latex foams are synthetic blends which use petrochemical additives and fillers, and are often imported. You can read What Type of Latex Mattress is Best for a more detailed breakdown of the latex used in mattresses.


TIP – Indoor Plants will improve indoor air quality and reduce harmful VOC’s by soaking up toxins and purifying the air! – Find out which are the best species here


Beware of Fake Natural Mattresses

Its actually really hard to find out if there are toxins in your mattress because manufacturers large and small are taking advantage of the growing demand for natural and healthy alternatives. Many mattress companies are simply rebranding and repackaging virtually the same old products as ‘green’ or ‘eco’ to appear more environmentally friendly than they are.

In many cases natural materials are used in minute quantities just so products can be marketed as a natural/non-toxic. This makes it really confusing to identify fake and genuine claims, made worse by review sites which are also passing off standard mattresses as natural and non-toxic alternatives.

We as consumers must be more critical when people make claims about how sustainable or green their products are. If a company uses buzz words without any substantial evidence or certifications to back them up, they are more than likely exaggerating their “green” credentials!