Layla Mattress Reviews

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Layla got its start in 2015 as the mattress in the box trying to fight homelessness with every mattress purchased. Since then, they have focused themselves primarily on providing one infused-copper memory foam mattress for the masses. They claim that it is cooler, more comfortable, and also more versatile (as you can flip the bed between soft or hard preferences). They also offer a lifetime warranty (but be warned: no stains, rips, tears, or burns count).

Mattress Score

Overall Score: 8.9/10

Customer Satisfaction: 9/10

Price Value: 8.9/10

No Back Pain: 8.7/10

Price: $499-$999

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Layla's Specifics

Quality of Materials

Layla's mattress is a blend of memory foams that you can flip for a firm or a soft feel and we'll go through each of the layers in detail so you'll know whether it should work for you. Here is what's inside their mattress:

Layer 1: The cover itself is a polyester blend that is gel infused, which provides an added coolness right in the cover.

Layer 2: 3'' of copper infused memory foam. Why do they use copper here? It's conductive properties help whisk away the heat and there are claims that it helps with joint pain and circulation. This is a softer memory foam that provides contouring.

Layer 3: 6'' base foam that has an egg crate top that provides airflow.

Layer 4: The bottom layer is 1'' of the copper infused memory foam, which would be the top of the firm option.

Overall Comfort

Most find that either the soft or the firm side of the mattress fit their comfort specifications. There are a few reports that the bed is too firm.

Firmness

Layla's mattress is rated a medium firm for the soft side and a firm for the firm side. If you are looking for a plush feel, this may not be the best option.

Back Pain Relief

Due to the medium firmness, this mattress should alleviate back pain for those that sleep on their back, but for those that find it too firm, it may exacerbate things for side sleepers.

Cooling

This bed has a lot of technology to whisk away heat. That said, your environment will have to be cool to experience this. If you live in a warm environment, the bed may get warm.

Who Is It Good For?

This bed is great for those looking for an all-around solid mattress with a medium-firm memory foam feel. For those that are in warm environments or want a plush mattress, do additional research to find your perfect mattress.

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The near perfect bed

I recently moved from a 15 year old box spring mattress to memory foam. I had always thought of myself as a firm mattress sleeper since my box-spring mattress was pretty hard. After doing a bit of research, I purchased the Amerisleep Revere bed. Most of the memory foam mattresses averaged a firmness of 6-7 on online reviews, but I found out that this was way too hard for me after sleeping on the Amerisleep Revere bed for a couple months. I ended up returning that mattress and trying the Layla mattress that had a firmness rating of 3 on the soft side and a 7 on the hard hard on online reviews, but also liked the idea of being able to flip it to a firmer mattress if I wanted to (which I have not tried yet). After about a week of getting use to, I found that I am falling asleep way more easily that I did with the box-spring or Amerisleep mattress. Also the company is true to its word that it dissipates heat well through its copper infused mattress even with a mattress cover. I have not tried it during the peak of summer yet but I stayed relatively cooler at the end of summer that my previous two mattresses.

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