A mattress topper is composed of a fabric casing filled with stuffing to give it the desired shape and comfort. There are two main types of stuffing: natural or synthetic, each with different firmness, comfort and longevity characteristics.
Down or synthetic mattress topper?
Natural stuffing is known for its exceptional bulk, resilience and durability. Its scarcity makes it an exceptional product with a proud tradition.
The synthetic stuffing is accessible to all and allows for a comfortable mattress overlay that stays in place, while the fibers offer hypoallergenic qualities and easy maintenance.
Both natural or synthetic products have their set of qualities, so it’s important to study the characteristics of each type and make the right choice based on what you need.
Why choose a down mattress topper?
Choosing a down mattress topper is a guarantee of authenticity and natural comfort. The combination of down and feathers is such that every customer will experience solid, restful sleep on it.
- The higher the percentage of down, the softer the mattress topper.
- The higher the percentage of feathers, the firmer the mattress topper.
In keeping with our policy on animal welfare, no stuffing used in our mattress toppers comes from live animals. Our duvets and feathers come from duck and geese raised for meat, and we only collect the plumage to make our exceptional stuffing. No animal is hurt in any process linked to plucking.
Why choose a synthetic mattress topper?
These fibers are the result of advanced technological innovation and guarantee highly efficient, durable products. Their resilience and elasticity allow you to have better support throughout the night while evacuating heat as you sleep.
Synthetic duvets and pillows are recommended for people prone to allergies.
The products can be machine-washed and tumble-dried, which means you enjoy a healthier, more hygienic sleeping environment.