COMPARISON OF MEMORY FOAM AND PILLOW TOP BENEFITS
Wondering about the difference between memory foam and pillow top? In short, a pillow top refers to the additional layer of padding added on to the top of a mattress. While it’s possible to have a memory foam bed with a pillow top, it’s more commonly seen on higher tier spring mattresses. The padding on pillow tops could be filled with cotton, latex, or even memory foam. But this brings us to a question: does a bed really need to be covered with a pillow just to be comfortable?
MEMORY FOAM VS. PILLOW TOP: WHICH IS BETTER?
When you compare pillow tops to memory foam, the main problem with pillow tops is their longevity. A common complaint is that they easily wear down over time, causing uncomfortable sagging. This can lead to diminished support and, ultimately, a sore back. Another issue is the lack of edge support.
We think you deserve better than that. Our beds are made with you in mind, and we believe when you try it out you’ll see that no additional padding is needed! Christeli has been providing the ultimate in comfort and soothing back support since 1931. When it comes to choosing the best mattress for the money, look no further than handmade Christeli mattresses.
A PILLOW TOP IS REDUNDANT
Our memory foam beds are made with your well-being in mind. They don’t require extra padding to make them comfortable. Our mattresses conform to your body, ensuring every pressure point is supported and you achieve the best sleep ever. It’s not necessary or desirable to have a pillow top for one of our beds. The pillow top will eventually sag and lose its appeal, while our memory foam mattresses maintain their shape for so long that we offer you a warranty that they will do just that. It’s just not necessary to have that extra layer of material between you and a fine night’s sleep.