Updated Avocado Mattress Review 2023
The Avocado Mattress is a welcome addition to the natural mattress marketplace. It looks and feels great but also is affordable and eco-friendly, it is also available in a vegan option. With 100% GOLS organic certified latex, 100% GOTS organic certified wool & cotton and up to 1,414 support coils, it’s a great buy. It’s nice to see a natural mattress enter the online mattress space at such a competitive price. Since the first Avocado Green Mattress debuted back in 2017 there have been new Avocado mattress models such as:
- Avocado Green Mattress
- Avocado Pillow Top Mattress
- Avocado Eco Organic Mattress
- Avocado Organic Luxury Mattress
- Eco Organic Kids Mattress
- Eco Organoc Crib Mattress
- Organic Crib Mattress
- Luxury Organic Crib Mattress
- Avocado Vegan Mattress
- Avocado Latex Mattress
Overview of the Avocado Mattress
This mattress received excellent ratings by Consumer Reports for the last 2 years. This is a very sought-after achievement. The quality is definitely there. You can choose to buy this mattress with or without the pillow top.
The video below is of the Avocado Green Mattress without the pillow top.
Here’s a quick video that explains the main features of the pillow top version of the Avocado mattress.
Construction of the Avocado Bed
Below are the construction details as listed on the Avocado Mattress website. The Avocado Mattress is basically a hybrid mattress in that it is primarily spring and latex. The most popular hybrid mattress construction is spring and foam.
The top layer consists of hand-tufted GOTS certified organic wool rosettes on top of an organic cotton cover. This tufting process makes the bed look amazing but also is used because you don’t need to use a glue to hold the pieces of the mattress together.
This also makes the Avocado mattress ideal for hot sleepers as the wool helps regulate temperature.
The pillow top consists of a 2-inch latex layer followed by another 2 inches of latex below that for a total of 4 inches of dunlop latex.
The base of the mattress features one of the most advanced, internal, pressure-point support units available made by Leggett & Platt — a Quantum Edge® Elite Combi-Zone®. The individually wrapped innersprings are arranged in 5 strategic zones, to support hips, back, and shoulders, plus a reinforced steel perimeter giving the bed a consistent level of support all the way to the edge so that you get proper support where you need it. And another 1-inch seamless layer of organic latex.
Avocado Green Mattress Certifications
Avocado is one of the greenest mattresses in the marketplace, hence the name, Avocado Green Mattress. Below are their certifications as listed on their website.
MADE SAFE® screens products for known harmful chemicals, bioaccumulation, persistence, and general and aquatic toxicity, including behavioral toxins, carcinogens, developmental toxins, endocrine disruptors, fire retardants, heavy metals, neurotoxins, high-risk pesticides, reproductive toxins, toxic solvents, and harmful VOCs. Our Avocado Green Mattress, organic mattress pad protectors, toppers and green pillows are certified under our brand name.
Formaldehyde Free by UL Environment
Formaldehyde, which is used to make one of the adhesives that hold mattresses together, is a VOC (a.k.a. off-gassing chemical that can linger for months) that has been linked to asthma, allergies, and lung, nose, and throat cancers. The EPA considers it a probable human carcinogen. It does not belong in any mattress. For assurance, the entirety of our Avocado Green Mattress has been lab tested in environmental chambers and certified by UL Environment to be free from Formaldehyde.
Every Avocado mattress and pillow is GREENGUARD Gold Certified by UL Environment. It means they’re scientifically tested to meet some of the world’s most rigorous emissions standards for chemical exposure and pollutants, such as volatile organic compounds (VOCs), formaldehyde and phthalates.
Our 100% GOLS organic certified natural latex is sourced from tree-tapped and sustainable latex sources in India. (FYI: Latex trees do not grow in the United States). Our latex is grown using only organic fertilizers. The finished latex is tested and certified for hazardous emissions by the eco-INSTITUT® — an international product testing and quality assurance company — by our provider, LIEN A. The eco-INSTITUT evaluates the latex for an extensive list of chemicals including: formaldehyde, VOCS (volatile organic compounds), heavy metals, pesticides, phthalates, and other potentially harmful chemicals.
Our organic certified latex, wool and cotton have received STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX®: Class 1 certifications (19.0.79546, 19.HIN.68466 & 15.HIN.75800, Hohenstein HTTI). These are strict standards for human and ecological safety. It means they’ve been tested in a lab to be free from allergenic dyes, pesticides, chlorinated phenols, heavy metals, formaldehyde, and chloro-organic carriers, and are not harmful to the skin.
The STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® is a worldwide consistent, independent testing and certification system for textile products at all processing levels. Our wool provider, JOMA Wool of New Zealand, adheres to the strict OEKO-TEX Standard 100 certification to ensure human and ecological safety. This certifies that our wool is free from allergenic dyes, pesticides, chlorinated phenols, heavy metals, formaldehyde, chloro-organic carriers and has a pH that’s not harmful to the skin.
Free from harmful chemicals, organic cotton is better for your health and the people growing it. Organic cotton is also a more sustainable and ethical option, instead of conventional cotton. We’re proud that our cotton is certified by the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS). The cotton used in our ticking is sourced from our partner in South India, Bannari Amman Spinning Mills (fun fact: their facility is powered by windmills), then finished at our textile manufacturing processing center in Charlotte, North Carolina.
USDA ORGANIC – NATIONAL ORGANIC PROGRAM
Our natural materials — organic latex, wool and cotton — are GOTS and GOLS certified in our brand name. The factory we own in Los Angeles is also certified. And our finished products are certified. (Anything less makes no sense.) That’s why our license number is always listed under our GOTS and GOLS logos, as required. Of course, these stringent standards are fully endorsed by the USDA’s National Organic Program.
Net Zero Carbon Emissions: Climate Neutral is an independent non-profit organization working to accelerate the transition to a low-carbon world by putting a price on carbon emissions. With Climate Neutral, the entirety of our carbon footprint is measured and verified, from raw material production and shipping to manufacturing and delivery. We reduce where we can, and purchase offsets for the balance. Avocado is the world’s first mattress brand to achieve net-zero carbon emissions — the new bar for all sustainable brands.
1% for the Planet® is a global organization that connects dollars and doers to address the most pressing issues facing our planet. Started in 2002 by Yvon Chouinard, founder of Patagonia, and Craig Mathews, founder of Blue Ribbon Flies, member organizations have given more than $150 million to environmental nonprofits to date. As members of 1% for the Planet, we are fully committed to giving 1% of our corporate revenues to verified environmental nonprofits — to help protect the environment and give back to our global community.
GREEN BUSINESS STANDARDS
Green America® awards Green Business Certifications to companies and organizations that meet or exceed their standards for social and environmental responsibility. They certify companies that are committed to using business as a platform for social change, operating in a “value-based” and environmentally responsible manner.
The latex used is 100% natural, GOLS certified latex
The wool is 100% GOTS organic certified wool sourced from India
The coils also have a sustainable story in that they are made with recycled steel.
The cotton is 100% GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certified.
ORGANIC TRADE ASSOCIATION
The mission of the Organic Trade Association is to promote and protect Organic with a unifying voice that serves and engages its diverse members from farm to marketplace. OTA’s vision is to grow Organic to achieve excellence in agriculture and commerce, protect the environment and enhance community well-being. We are proud to be new members and serve on the Fiber Council.
SUSTAINABLE FURNISHINGS COUNCIL
The Sustainable Furnishings Council (SFC) is a coalition of manufacturers, retailers and designers dedicated to raising awareness and expanding the adoption of environmentally sustainable practices across the home furnishings industry. As a SFC member, we support the triple bottom line of PEOPLE – PLANET – PROFITS to develop an awareness of best practices throughout supply chains.
CARBONFUND – OFFSETTING OUR CARBON FOOTPRINT
To offset 31,000 metric tons CO2e in 2018, we funded three large projects via Carbonfund to fight climate change: Deforestation Projects in the Brazilian Amazon, helping to protect the rainforest from slash and burn agriculture and cattle ranchers; the Aqua Clara Safe Drinking Water, reducing the need in Africa to burn unsustainable biomass in order to boil water; and the Burn Stoves Project, saving lives and forests by making the burning of charcoal in Kenya more efficient and safe.
DoneGood brands do good for people, animals, and the planet. They obsess over what makes it into their products, where those items are sourced, and how it impacts their customers, workers, and the world around them. And they believe in quality, fairness, and sustainability over profit. We are proud to be members of the DoneGood brand community.
The Dunlop latex used is 100% GOLS organic certified. Avocado directly manages 4,000+ acres of FSC® certified latex rubber tree plantations. Our latex is processed by Avocado Organic Latex. Yes, we also jointly own our GOLS organic certified latex processing facility in Kerala, India.
The wool is 100% GOTS organic certified wool sourced from India.
The coils also have a sustainable story in that they are made with recycled steel.
The cotton is 100% GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certified.
Our Vegan Mattress and bedding products have been certified and verified by Vegan Action (The Vegan Awareness Foundation) in Richmond, Virginia, under our brand name. These products do not use wool and do not contain animal products or byproducts and that have been tested on animals. Instead of wool, a generous layer of 100% GOTS organic certified cotton batting is used.
Our Vegan Mattress is also PETA-approved VEGAN products under our brand name — certified to be animal-free products (i.e., wool) that align with vegan values.
Avocado Bed With or Without Pillowtop?
If you’re trying to decide between the Avocado with or without the pillow top. Here’s a detailed explanation from Avocado about the differences between the two:
On our standard Avocado mattress, we use two seamless layers of Dunlop latex: 2 inches in the comfort layer (D75 / 24-28 ILD, soft); and a denser 1-inch layer (D95, firm) as a core base component under the innerspring support coil unit.
On the Avocado Mattress with the optional Pillow-Top, we use three seamless layers of Dunlop latex — 2 inches in the Euro-top layer (D75 / 24-28 ILD, soft), 2 more inches in the comfort layer (D75 / 24-28 ILD, soft), and a denser 1-inch layer (D95 / 36-38 ILD, firm) as a core base component. No blended or synthetic latex is used, and there are no seams to break down over time and no chemical adhesives are used between the comfort layers.
I prefer the Avocado Pillowtop over the regular Avocado. Heavy sleeprs have the luxury of choosing either option because the latex will support extra weight. The same goes for stomach sleepers but I think stomach sleepers should go with the non-pillowtop option.
Combination sleepers are best suited for the Pillow top version of the Avocado mattress but if you can afford it, go with the Avocado Luxury Mattress.
The Avocado Vegan Mattress Option
If you want to go with the Vegan option of the mattress they just switch the wool for cotton. The Avocado Green Mattress consists of the following materials.
Our vegan mattress features 100% natural latex rubber, 100% GOTS certified organic cotton and up to 1,414 pocketed support coils. No polyurethane foams or toxic fire retardants. It’s exactly the same as our Avocado Green Mattress but uses cotton instead of wool.
There really isn’t much difference between feel between the Avocaodo wool vs Avocado Vegan mattress construction.
How Much Does the Avocado Mattress Cost?
The price of the Avocado Green Mattress depends on whether or not you go with or without the pillow top option. The price will be the same whether or not you choose the regular or vegan option. Prices constantly change so it’s best to check directly on the Avocado website.
Avocado mattresses are not cheap so they recently came out with the Avocado Eco option. Below is the cost of the Avocado Green Mattress by model in a queen size. The price range has widened recently with the availability of eco options.
- Avocado Green Mattress: $1,899 (Queen)
- Avocado Pillow Top Mattress: $2,399 (Queen)
- Avocado Eco Organic Mattress: $1,199 (Queen)
- Avocado Organic Luxury Mattress: $3,899 (Queen)
- Eco Organic Kids Mattress: $649 (Twin)
- Eco Organic Crib Mattress: $439
- Organic Crib Mattress$349
- Luxury Organic Crib Mattress: $1,379
- Avocado Vegan Mattress: $1,899
Avocado Vegan Pillowtop Mattress: $2,399 (Queen)
- Avocado Latex Mattress: $2999 (Queen)
Why Is the Avocado so Expensive?
The Avocado mattress may be more expensive than other mattresses on the market due to several factors related to the materials used, the manufacturing process, and the company’s commitment to sustainability and social responsibility. Here are some reasons why the Avocado mattress may have a higher price point:
High-quality materials: Avocado mattresses are made from eco-friendly and natural materials, such as organic latex, organic cotton, and organic wool. These materials tend to be more expensive than synthetic alternatives, like memory foam or polyester.
Certified materials: The company sources its materials from certified suppliers, ensuring that they meet strict environmental and social standards. For example, their latex is GOLS (Global Organic Latex Standard) certified, and their cotton is GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certified. These certifications can add to the overall cost of the mattress.
Manufacturing process: Avocado mattresses are handcrafted in the United States, which can contribute to higher labor and production costs compared to mattresses manufactured overseas.
Durability and longevity: The natural materials used in Avocado mattresses tend to be more durable and longer-lasting than many synthetic alternatives, which can justify a higher initial investment.
Commitment to sustainability: Avocado is committed to environmentally friendly practices, such as using recycled steel in their innerspring coils and reducing waste during manufacturing. These practices may increase production costs but contribute to a more sustainable product.
Social responsibility: The company is dedicated to giving back through various initiatives, such as donating mattresses to those in need and supporting environmental causes. This commitment to social responsibility can influence the price of their products.
While the Avocado mattress may be more expensive than other options, many customers believe that the quality, durability, and eco-friendly materials used in its construction justify the higher price.
My Avocado Mattress Findings
The Avocado has a medium-firm feel. However, because it is tufted, you get more of a true pillow top feel. With many latex mattresses, you get a flat feel with more or less sink depending on what type of latex is used. The tufting makes a significant difference here.
Here’s a video illustrating bounce on the Avocado mattress. It has quite a bit of bounce:
Another plus for this mattress is the edge support. Usually, all latex mattresses sink a little at the edge but because this mattress has a coil system as well, you get the benefit of added edge support so that you can use all of the mattresses and sleep right up to the edge without feeling like you will fall off.
Aside from the hand tufting, this mattress also has stitched handles that make it easy to rotate or transport.
Since the Avocado is made with latex and quality springs. According to Avocado, the weight limit is 350 lbs. per person, or 700 lbs. in total making it a good choice for heavy people.
Another common question is whether or not the Avocado Bed is Vegan. And, yes, you can get a vegan option for this mattress. The vegan option replaces the wool layer with cotton.
Avocado For Back and Stomach Sleepers
The Avocado without the pillowtop is best for back and side sleepers. Back and side sleepers should also take a look at the all-latex Avocado mattress as that has a firmer feel and less give.
The Avocado Green Mattress Warranty
You can find detailed information on the Avocado Mattress on their website here. Avocado offers a 25-year warranty. Here are some of the high-level details of the warranty.
YEARS 1-10: FULL COVERAGE — NON-PRORATED
During the first ten (10) years of the Limited Warranty, Avocado Mattress will not charge the purchaser to repair or replace the purchaser’s mattress if it qualifies under the Limited Warranty. This period is non-prorated which means that we don’t charge you a percentage of the repair costs or replacement product based on the amount of time you slept on the mattress prior to noticing a defect.
YEARS 11-25: LIMITED COVERAGE — PRORATED
During years 11-25 of this 25-Year Limited Warranty Avocado Mattress will, at its option, replace the mattress at a prorated charge to the purchaser plus transportation and/or shipping charges. The prorated replacement charged will be dependent on the year that the mattress is replaced.
The Avocado Pillow
Avocado sells natural pillows made out of latex and kapok. These pillows have the same organic cotton cover as the mattress and can be adjusted to the perfect fit. Here’s a quick video overview of the Avocado Pillow.
My Avocado Mattress Recommendation
If you’re in the market for an all-natural mattress, the Avocado should be near to the top of your list. They have done a phenomenal job of blending traditional coils and tufting techniques along with natural latex, organic wool and organic cotton. Aside from the natural benefits this provides, it feels like a high-quality mattress. Latex is a very durable material and so you won’t have issues with depressions over time.
An emerging trend with natural mattresses is a free trial period. Avocado now has a 1-year night free trial period where if you don’t like it for whatever reason you can return it for a full refund. This really takes a trial to the next level and lets you try out an Avocado in all 4 seasons to know if it is truly right for you. There are still many natural mattresses that don’t offer a free trial period and so it can be a gamble when buying online without trying first. Avocado takes away the anxiety of purchasing natural mattresses online.
Many people ask, does the Avocado Mattress work on an adjustable base? Yes, it does! Contrary to other reports, this mattress will work with an adjustable base.
In my Avocado Green Mattress review, I have used it for months on an adjustable base just fine.
Final Thoughts on the Avocado Green Mattress
The Avocado Green mattress is one of the best organic mattresses I have reviewed. It should outlast an all foam mattress because it is a durable mattress with durable materials. Average weight side sleepers will want to go with the Pillow top option or the Luxury Option. But don’t take my word for it, there are plenty of other mattress reviews that concur with my findings and were also please with how the Avocado mattress performed.
Does the Avocado Mattress Sag?
no mattress is immune to wear and tear over time. Factors such as usage, body weight, and maintenance can contribute to sagging in any mattress. To minimize sagging in an Avocado mattress or any other mattress, it’s important to:
- Rotate the mattress regularly: This can help distribute wear and tear more evenly across the surface, preventing the formation of body impressions.
- Use a supportive foundation: A proper foundation can provide the necessary support to prevent sagging. Follow the manufacturer’s recommendations for the best foundation to use with your mattress.
- Maintain a healthy weight: Carrying excess body weight can put additional strain on a mattress, potentially causing it to sag prematurely.
- Replace the mattress when necessary: Over time, even the best mattresses will wear out and may need to be replaced. Most mattresses last for around 7-10 years, but this can vary based on factors such as usage and material quality.
Why Do Avocado Mattresses Smell?
Although Avocado mattresses use eco-friendly and natural materials, such as organic latex, organic cotton, and organic wool, some odor may still be present when the mattress is new. However, the smell is generally less intense and less persistent than in synthetic foam mattresses, as the materials used in Avocado mattresses are considered to be low-VOC and more environmentally friendly.
To minimize any smell from a new Avocado mattress, you can:
- Allow the mattress to air out: Remove all packaging materials and let the mattress breathe in a well-ventilated room for a few hours or even a couple of days before using it. This will allow VOCs to disperse and the odor to dissipate.
- Use a mattress protector: A high-quality, breathable mattress protector can help minimize any lingering odors and protect your mattress from stains and allergens.
- Regularly clean and air your bedding: Washing your sheets and airing out your bedding regularly can help keep your sleeping environment fresh and minimize any odors.
The initial smell from a new Avocado mattress should dissipate within a few days to a couple of weeks. If the odor persists or seems unusually strong, you may want to contact the manufacturer for assistance.
Avocado Mattress Discount Codes
Avocado Green Mattresses are discounted throughout the year with the biggest sales being the week before and after memorial day and basically the whole month of November, previously known as Black Friday. You can expect discounts of 10 percent or more. You won’t find an Avocado mattress coupon on any of the popular coupon sites like Slickdeals sine they only have the best discounts directly through their site.
Avocado Mattress Alternatives
The Avocado Mattress isn’t cheap so it’s not a surprise that people are looking for less expensive alternatives to the Avocado without wanting to compromise on quality. Another option is the Harvest Green Mattress. The Harvest Mattress is made with the same materials, organic cotton, GOLS certified Latex and natural wool but is priced considerably less all with a generous trial period and free returns. Check out the Harvest mattress for an Avocado Alternative.
Disclosure: We aim to highlight products and services you might find interesting, and if you buy them, we may get a small share of the revenue. I have an affiliate relationship with Avocado.
The Avocado Box-Top Mattress
The Avocado Box-Top Mattress is a hybrid mattress made with organic and natural materials. It has a 2-inch layer of FSC®-certified Talalay latex on top of a 4-inch layer of GOLS-certified organic Dunlop latex, both of which are sustainably harvested from Avocado’s own facilities in India and Guatemala. The latex layers are supported by a 8-inch layer of recycled steel coils. The mattress is covered in a soft and breathable GOTS-certified organic cotton cover.
The Avocado Box-Top Mattress is a medium-firm mattress, which is ideal for most sleepers. It provides good pressure relief and support, while still being soft and comfortable. The mattress is also hypoallergenic and dust mite resistant, making it a good choice for people with allergies or sensitivities.
The Avocado Box-Top Mattress comes with a 365-day sleep trial and a 25-year warranty. It is also MADE SAFE® certified, which means that it has been screened for harmful chemicals and toxins.
Here are some of the key benefits of the Avocado Box-Top Mattress:
- Made with organic and natural materials
- Medium-firm firmness, ideal for most sleepers
- Good pressure relief and support
- Hypoallergenic and dust mite resistant
- MADE SAFE® certified
- 365-day sleep trial and 25-year warranty
Overall, the Avocado Box-Top Mattress is a high-quality and sustainable mattress that offers a good night’s sleep.
Comparing Avocado Mattress Models and Firmness
|Avocado Green Mattress||6.5-7||$1,399 – $1,999||11 inches thick, with a 1.5-inch layer of GOLS-certified organic Dunlop latex, a 2-inch layer of GOLS-certified organic Talalay latex, and an 8-inch layer of recycled steel coils.|
|Avocado Vegan Mattress||6.5-7||$1,399 – $1,999||Same construction as the Avocado Green Mattress, but with vegan glue instead of animal-based glue.|
|Avocado Box-Top Mattress||6-6.5||$1,499 – $2,099||13 inches thick, with a 2-inch layer of GOLS-certified organic Talalay latex on top of the comfort layer of the Avocado Green Mattress.|
All Avocado mattresses are covered in a soft and breathable GOTS-certified organic cotton cover. They are also hypoallergenic and dust mite resistant. Avocado mattresses come with a 365-day sleep trial and a 25-year warranty.
We handcraft our Mid-Century Modern Bed Frame in our FSC®-certified (C156318) Los Angeles woodshop from stunning maple or walnut wood. The sturdy, heavy platform has an elegant mid-century design and angular legs that provide stable support for this timeless heirloom that will last generations. Elevate any bedroom with a classic, endearing charm.
Avocado Green Mattress brand, in particular, is notable for its commitment to environmental responsibility, crafting furniture from 100% reclaimed wood sourced from responsibly managed forests, ensuring minimal impact on the ecosystem. Their products boast certifications like FSC®, confirming adherence to stringent environmental and social standards. Handcrafted in Los Angeles, these pieces are finished with non-toxic, zero-VOC sealants, safeguarding indoor air quality. The aesthetic value is equally compelling, with designs ranging from modern luxury to mid-century appeal, offering a versatile selection for various decor preferences. This fusion of quality craftsmanship, environmental stewardship, and design versatility is what sets Avocado furniture apart as an exemplary choice for the discerning consumer.
|Avocado Green Mattress Furniture||Price|
|Natural Reclaimed Wood Bed Frame (Queen)||$1,299|
|Natural Reclaimed Wood Bed Frame (King)||$1,499|
|Platform Bed Frame (Queen)||$899|
|Platform Bed Frame (King)||$1,099|
|Adjustable Bed Frame (Twin XL)||$1,299|
|Adjustable Bed Frame (Full)||$1,399|
|Adjustable Bed Frame (Queen)||$1,499|
|Adjustable Bed Frame (King)||$1,5
Avocado vs. Birch Mattress
Both the Avocado Green Mattress and the Birch Mattress are eco-friendly, high-quality options. Here’s a comparison to help you make an informed decision:
Avocado Green Mattress:
Both mattresses are great for various sleeping positions, weights, and ages. However, the Avocado Green Mattress offers a longer trial period, which may be more appealing for those who want to test the mattress extensively before committing to a purchase. In terms of firmness, both mattresses may be too firm for some lightweight sleepers, so it’s essential to consider your personal preferences when choosing between the two.
Avocado vs. Awara: Which is More Organic?
Avocado Green Mattress and Awara Sleep Mattress are both eco-friendly options that use natural materials. To help you decide which one is better in terms of quality and certifications, let’s compare them:
Avocado Green Mattress:
Awara Sleep Mattress:
Based on this comparison, the Avocado Green Mattress has more certifications and is made with GOLS-certified organic latex, which is considered a higher standard than the Rainforest Alliance certification for the Dunlop latex used in the Awara Sleep Mattress. Both mattresses use high-quality materials and offer great support, but the Avocado Green Mattress comes out on top in terms of certifications and overall quality. Both the Avocado and Awara mattresses can conveniently be bought online
Other Mattresses Similar to the Avocado
some popular mattress brands that offer natural and eco-friendly mattresses with materials and construction similar to the Avocado mattress:
The Avocado Crib Mattress
The Avocado crib mattress is a popular choice for parents who are looking for a safe, comfortable, and eco-friendly mattress for their baby. It is made with certified organic materials, including latex, coconut husk, and cotton. The mattress is also free of harmful chemicals, such as flame retardants and phthalates.
The Avocado crib mattress is two-sided, with a firm side for infants and a softer side for toddlers. The firm side provides the support that infants need for their developing spines, while the softer side provides more comfort for toddlers. The mattress is also reversible, so you can flip it over as your child grows.
The Avocado crib mattress is also certified by the Global Organic Latex Standard (GOLS) and the MADE SAFE® certification program. This means that the mattress is made with organic materials and that it has been independently tested to be free of harmful chemicals.
Overall, the Avocado crib mattress is a great choice for parents who are looking for a safe, comfortable, and eco-friendly mattress for their baby. It is made with certified organic materials, it is free of harmful chemicals, and it is reversible to accommodate your child’s growth.
Avocado Latex Mattress
The Avocado Latex Mattress is a popular choice for sleepers who are looking for a comfortable, supportive, and eco-friendly mattress. It is made with 100% natural latex foam, which is a sustainable and renewable resource. The mattress is also free of harmful chemicals, such as flame retardants and phthalates.
The Avocado Latex Mattress is available in three firmness levels: soft, medium, and firm. The soft model is ideal for side sleepers, while the medium model is a good all-around choice for most sleepers. The firm model is best for back sleepers and stomach sleepers.
The Avocado Latex Mattress is also reversible, so you can flip it over to extend its lifespan. The mattress is also covered by a 25-year warranty.
Here are some of the benefits of the Avocado Latex Mattress:
If you are looking for a comfortable, supportive, and eco-friendly mattress, the Avocado Latex Mattress is a great option to consider.
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