Latex in its most natural form is the milky sap certain plants use to heal themselves after they have been damaged. The most common latex is taken from the Rubber tree plant.
Today, foam manufacturers mix natural latex with different recipes of synthetic latex, soaps and curing agents to form a more controlled compound blend, thus allowing the manufacturer to adjust the density and viscosity of the finished product. The finished mix is then whipped adding millions of air bubbles and forming a frothy liquid which is poured into moulds, vacuum sealed and heat cured to create one of the finest foams on the market.
The advantage of latex foam over slow recovery memory foams is its natural ability to instantly recovery its shape, helping to adjust to the body’s contours as you move in bed, offering supreme pressure relief and the capability to be soft but supportive at the same time.