Latex is a natural foam obtained from the sap of the rubber tree.
Its primary advantages lie in its elasticity, tensility and durability, while the open structure of its air-filled cells creates a superb means of channeling away moisture, as well as allowing a highly efficient exchange of air and, at the same time, regulating the temperature during sleep. It adapts rapidly to the shape of the body, easing pressure and ensuring free and unrestrained blood circulation, even at the points subject to the greatest pressure. It has anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties and prevents the build-up of dust, something of great importance to allergy sufferers.
Its properties mean that it is particularly recommended for people who frequently change their sleeping position during the night.

Mattress covers and pillowcases can be made of different types of wool: camel, alpaca, cashmere, Australian merino, New Zealand merino.