WHOLE BED

Why Whole Foam

Whole Foam truly is Earth’s most pure and natural sleep material. It combines uniquely buoyant support, amazing breathability, and natural health benefits in a way no other material ever has. That’s why you’ll find Whole Foam latex in all of our Whole Bed sleep products.   


It’s Naturally Healthy  

You care about the ingredients in your food and household products, but have you considered what’s inside your pillows and bedding? When you sleep on Whole Foam, you can rest assured that you’re sleeping on healthy, natural ingredients. That’s because Whole Foam is a gift from the earth, tapped from tropical rubber trees, and gently brought to life following the special latex foam creation process in an eco-responsible facility in Belgium. It’s so healthy, it’s been awarded the Rainforest Alliance Certified seal.  That means our Whole Foam is not only free of harmful substances, it meets or exceeds the requirements for products produced in a sustainable manner.

Whole Foam is inherently hypoallergenic and resistant to dust mites, mold, and mildew.  It’s also ideal for those who suffer from allergies and asthma. 

It’s Luxuriously Comfortable  

All-natural Whole Foam has a buoyant feel that’s unlike any other sleep material. You don’t sink into it; you float. It’s exceptionally resilient and responsive, too, allowing it to conform instantly to your body’s curves—whether you’re on a Whole Bed pillow, topper or mattress —relaxing muscles, relieving tension, and promoting proper spinal alignment. And thanks to its unique open cell structure among foams, Whole Foam is the most breathable sleep material available. That’s why Whole Bed products maximize air circulation and maintain the optimal temperature for your comfort to help you get the restorative sleep your lifestyle demands.

It’s Environmentally Friendly

Whole Foam is also kind to the environment. The natural, biodegradable ingredients come from renewable resources and water-based raw materials. The rubber trees are not damaged during the harvesting process. In fact, they are productive for 25 years, absorbing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and helping to reduce greenhouse gases.