Memory foam softens in reaction to body heat, allowing it to mold to a warm body in a few minutes. A lower-density memory foam is pressure- sensitive and molds quickly to the shape of a body pressing
against it, returning to its original shape once the pressure is removed.
Memory foam was developed in 1966 under a contract by NASA's Ames Research Center to improve the
safety of aircraft cushions. Memory foam was subsequently used in medical settings.
For example, it was commonly utilized in cases where the patient was required to lie immobile in their
bed on a firm mattress for an unhealthy period of time. The pressure over some of their body regions
decreased or stopped the blood flow to the region causing pressure sores or gangrene.
Memory foam Mattresses / Pillows significantly decreased such events.
- Firmness Scale Rating 6/10
- 10” Thickness
(8” Covered Rebonded Foam & 2” in Memory Foam)
- 10 Year Warranty