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Chances are you've heard of latex mattresses, but how do you know if they're right for you? Learn the benefits of this new mattress technology.

If your mattress is eight years old or older, chances are there are millions of dust mites living inside its cozy layers of padding, springs, upholstery and quilting. Dust mites and bacteria love the warm comforts provided by a mattress because not only is it a great place to lay eggs, but because human skin cells accumulate inside the mattress over time, so there's always plenty to eat. If you suffer from allergies, chances are they are caused or aggravated by the dust mite droppings that have accumulated inside of your mattress and pillow.

If you're looking for a new mattress that'll be dust mite free, great for your allergies and on the cutting edge of mattress technology, you should take a look at (or better yet, take a nap on) our line of natural latex beds. Once out of the price range of the average sleeper, new technology has made natural latex beds more affordable than ever!

In addition to giving you the same quality support that a traditional mattress delivers, a natural latex mattress is great for couples because there is less motion transfer between sleep partners, so when you toss they won't turn! Another huge benefit of latex beds is that they are highly recommended for people with allergies. Natural latex beds are hypoallergenic, mold resistant, anti-microbial and their internal structures are far from inviting to dust mites.