To find the best cloud mattress, consider your trial period, materials used, your sleeping style, and needs.
The brand’s trial period is especially important, as you need time to determine if the mattress is right for you. Next, pay close attention to the materials. Most cloud mattresses use memory foam, which is not the most sustainable option, but at least, check the certifications that guarantee its authenticity. “Some of the approved certifications include Environmental Institute certification, Global Organic Textile Standards (GOTS), Greenguard, Greenguard Gold and Oeko-Tex Standard 100,” advises Carroll. For a more sustainable option, try Organic and Non-Toxic Mattress.
Above all, think about your wants, needs, and sleep patterns. “A mattress that fits your body type, weight, preferred sleeping position, support needs, and level of comfort is the foundation for restful sleep,” Carroll adds. “If we wake up with back, hip, or neck pain from a poorly fitted mattress (or a headache from off-gassing), we’ll start to fear going to bed, which will ruin our sleep.”