- Choosing the appropriate firmness for your mattress topper is important if your current mattress
isn't offering the desired comfort.
- At Turmerry, we offer two types of premium mattress toppers, which includes organic latex mattress
topper and egg crate mattress topper that ensures a natural and healthy sleep environment.
- Our soft mattress toppers, backed by certifications from GOLS, eco-INSTITUT, OEKO-TEX, and LGA,
ensures high-quality and safe sleep solutions.
- Turmerry latex toppers are crafted from latex foam which offers superior support, proper ventilation,
and durability for a comfortable night's sleep.
- Our soft mattress toppers come with a 120-night trial period and a 5-year warranty so that you can
rest easy knowing that your investment is protected.
Enjoy Plush Softness with Turmerry Mattress Toppers
At Turmerry, you can find a variety of mattress toppers to enhance the comfort of your bed. These toppers are
made from high-quality organic materials that have garnered certifications from GOLS, eco-INSTITUT,
OEKO-TEX, and LGA and are designed to provide a comfortable and supportive sleep
Turmerry Organic Latex Mattress Topper
Our Organic Latex Mattress
toppers are made from GOLS-certified latex foam, produced through the Dunlop method for superior
support and durability. These toppers are available in soft, medium, firm, and extra-firm options that allow
customers to customize their bedtime experience to match their preferred sleeping style.
Perforated for Better Breeze
Turmerry Organic Latex topper has many small holes perforated throughout. This allows air to flow freely through
the topper. The airflow keeps you cool as you sleep, which is great for people of any age who tend to sleep hot.
The perforations let heat dissipate, so you don't wake up sweaty.
Comes With 7-Zone Technology
Our organic latex toppers feature a 7-zone technology, where each "zone" offers suitable firmness and pressure
relief to seven different body regions.
Turmerry's organic latex mattress toppers are sustainable and free from harmful levels of chemicals, making them
an eco-friendly choice.
Customers can choose from various firmness levels, sizes, and thickness options, allowing them to customize their
bedtime experience to match their preferred sleeping style.
Turmerry Egg Crate Mattress Toppers
crate mattress toppers
have a convoluted foam design akin to an egg crate, which is ergonomically fashioned to distribute body weight
more evenly, thereby reducing pressure on your body's pressure points. Our Egg Crate Mattress Toppers use latex
that is crafted from the Dunlop method. These toppers are available in various thicknesses, providing a firmer
surface with extra cushioning. This mattress topper also offers plush cushioning, making it suitable for
Perforated for Better Airflow
This topper is perforated for unrestricted airflow, providing a cool sleep environment that is ideal for people
of all age groups.
Turmerry's egg crate mattress toppers are made from high-density Dunlop latex foam, renowned for its exceptional
cushioning, durability, and resilience against wear and tear.
The latex used in our egg crate mattress topper is taken from sustainable sources and is free from harmful levels
Pressure and Bedsore relief
The egg crate design gently cradles your body. This prevents painful pressure points from building up overnight.
The cushioning also helps reduce bed sores.
Soft Mattress Topper - Buyer’s Guide
This buyer's guide will help you determine if a soft mattress topper is right for your needs. It covers who can
benefit from the extra softness and expected costs, how soft mattress toppers differ from firm mattress toppers,
tips for choosing the best soft topper for your sleep style and body type, etc.
What is a Soft Mattress Topper?
Soft mattress toppers add extra cushioning to make your sleep surface more plush and pillowy. These toppers are
used to soften a firm or an extra-firm mattress, provide
a little extra comfort for pressure relief, or simply customize your bed's texture.
Soft toppers are usually 2 to 4 inches thick and made from materials like organic latex, down or feather fill,
wool, cotton, and other generously filled materials designed to feel fluffy and soft against your body. Thicker
toppers around 3 or 4 inches will have a more dramatic impact on the feel of your slightly sagging
Benefits of a Soft Mattress Topper
There are many perks to adding a soft topper to your sleep setup -
Soft toppers add an extra-comfortable top layer that conforms to the body's natural curves for cushioned pressure
relief. This helps alleviate discomfort as compared to extra-firm mattress toppers.
You can find mattress toppers in varying thicknesses and materials to get the exact plushness you want.
Protecting your mattress with a topper prevents premature wear and tear on your mattress. .
Buying a new mattress is a big investment. A soft topper offers an affordable and great solution to improve the
comfort of your existing mattress.
Mattress toppers are designed for convenience. Most fit right on top of your mattress like a sheet and stay in
place. Just find one in the same size as your mattress.
Who Can Benefit From a Soft Mattress Topper?
Certain types of sleepers tend to favor the plush comfort of a soft mattress topper. They are as follows:
Side sleepers have curves at their shoulders and hips that sink into the mattress. A soft mattress topper
provides extra cushioning in these spots.
Those with a petite or slender frame tend to feel more comfortable on a softer sleeping surface that conforms
closely to their bodies.
Kids and Teens
Kids and teens often sleep best on a super soft and cushiony surface. A super soft mattress topper creates a
fluffier feel for a child's mattress.
For Those With Back Pain
For lightweight sleepers below 130 lbs., the extra plush padding of a soft topper helps take tension off achy
lower backs. The cushiony surface cradles the natural curves of the spine, allowing it to rest in proper
alignment. The topper conforms tenderly around the back, filling in any gaps to keep the whole area
People who sleep hot tend to prefer breathable soft topper materials like latex or wool that help regulate
A soft mattress topper can be a godsend for many back sleepers weighing up to 130 lbs. Those who slumber on their
backs often prefer a medium-firm or slightly softer mattress, and sometimes too much stiffness causes discomfort
in the spine, shoulders, and hips.
Anyone Wanting a Plush Mattress
When it comes to comfort, everyone has their own preferences. What feels pleasantly firm to you may seem
rock-hard to others. If your mattress is just too darn hard for your liking, a soft topper can work wonders. It
gives the sinking-in of your mattress a hugging sensation as the fluff engulfs your body.
How Much Should You Expect to Pay For a Soft Mattress Topper?
The prices of soft mattress toppers can vary from $100 to $400. Going for that plush, pillowy softness means less
dense foams, which are more affordable. Here at Turmerry, our soft latex topper starts at just $89, which is a
great price for luxurious comfort.
Our generously thick organic latex and Egg Crate Mattress toppers provide long-lasting cushioning right where you
need it. You do not need to toss and turn on an overly firm mattress. Even our budget-friendly toppers use
quality GOLS-certified organic latex.
With Turmerry, you can revamp your mattress feel without emptying your wallet. Our breathable, cooling latex
transforms rock-hard beds into blissful softness. Sleep soundly on top-notch plushness and savings with our soft
mattress topper prices!
What are the Differences Between Firm and Soft Mattress Toppers?
The main differences between soft and firm mattress toppers lie in their firmness levels, materials used, and
support. Here are the key differences between these mattresses:
Soft mattress toppers are plush and provide a softer sleeping surface, while firm mattress toppers offer a more
rigid and supportive surface. Soft mattress toppers compress more easily when you lay on them, while firm
mattress toppers are more rigid and won't sink in much.
Soft mattress toppers are made of materials like low-density latex, memory foam, feather, down, and cotton, which
provide a softer and more plush feel. Firm mattress toppers are often made of materials like high-density foam,
latex, or wool, which offer better support and durability.
Firm mattress toppers are designed to support your bones, so your muscles can fully relax when you sleep. Soft
mattress toppers offer greater comfort and contouring over support.
Due to low-density foams with more open-cell internal structures, soft mattress toppers tend to be more
breathable than firm mattress toppers.
Firm mattress toppers use high-density foams, which can last longer than low-density foams.
How to Choose the Best Soft Mattress Topper?
Keep the following factors in mind when selecting a soft mattress topper that meets your requirements:
The material influences the topper's softness, breathability, durability, and other performance factors. Consider
Derived from the sap of rubber trees, organic latex offers responsive cradling and cushioning elasticity. It
sleeps cool and is a bit bouncier than memory foam, giving it a more luxurious feel. High-quality organic latex
mattress toppers are extremely durable and resistant to sagging, even with years of continuous use.
Memory foam is a type of viscoelastic foam that exhibits low responsiveness. It reacts to body heat and weight by
softening, which allows it to conform closely to the body, relieving pressure points. Furthermore, memory foam
mattress toppers are known for their ability to isolate motion effectively, while they also tends to
retain some heat.
Featherbed/down-alternative toppers use classic, luxurious materials made from duck or goose feathers. They mimic
the sensation of sleeping on a fluffy cloud. Needs regular fluffing to maintain loft.
Natural wool fibers provide softness and breathability. Wool regulates temperature, resists dust mites, and
prevents moisture buildup.
(Global Organic Textile Standard): GOTS limits the use of nasty chemicals during
(Global Organic Latex Standard): GOLS sets strict guidelines for quality organic
latex production using minimal chemical inputs.
This certification means the topper has been tested to restrict the emission of toxic substances that
can cause health issues.
The thicker the mattress topper, the better the feel would be. As 2-inch toppers provide subtle extra
padding, 3 to 4-inch toppers drastically soften the sleeping surface with more sink and hug.
4. Firmness Level
Look at the manufacturer's firmness rating (usually a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 being the softest). A rating of
around 2-4 will offer an ultra-soft and plush feel. Ranges of 4-6 provide soft cushioning with a little
5. Lifespan and Durability
Look for high-density materials like organic latex toppers that resist sagging and impressions. Wool and memory
foam mattress toppers also hold their shape in the long term.
6. Odor Potential
Some new materials, like memory foam, have an initial odor that dissipates over time. Just give your topper some
time to air out before snuggling in. Wool, cotton, and latex have lower odor potential.
7. Movement Isolation
Organic latex toppers greatly reduce motion transfer while providing excellent cushioning. Memory foam also
absorbs motion well for undisturbed sleep.
Memory foam softly conforms to the body. Latex and wool also mold but bounce back quicker. Light polyfill and
downfill offer the least body contouring as compared to latex toppers and egg crate mattress toppers.
Mattress toppers need to be cared for to be used for years to come. Look for toppers with covers that can be
spot-cleaned and moved around easily.
10. Temperature Regulation
If sleeping hot is a concern, prioritize breathable materials like organic latex, wool, cotton, or
gel-infused memory foam. They are specially designed to dissipate heat. Avoid dense memory foam if you want a
How to Care and Maintain Your Soft Mattress Topper?
Here is how to care for
your mattress topper:
1. Vacuum Regularly
Use your vacuum cleaner to remove dust, dirt, and debris from the topper's surface. This helps to maintain a
clean and hygienic sleeping environment.
2. Air Out the Topper
Allow your topper to air out in a well-ventilated area, such as near an open window, to prevent mold and mildew
3. Spot Clean Stains
For minor stains, use a mild detergent and a soft cloth to gently blot the stain. Avoid using harsh cleaning
agents, as they can damage the topper's material.
4. Deep Clean
If your topper needs a deeper cleaning, you can use a mixture of vinegar, lemon juice, and water to spot clean
it. Or you can sprinkle baking soda over the stained area to absorb moisture and odor. Let it sit for a few
hours, then remove it with a vacuum cleaner.
5. Dry Thoroughly
After cleaning, make sure your topper is completely dry before using it again. You can use a hair dryer on the
lowest setting to speed up the drying process if needed. Ensure that you don’t use too much heat, as it could
damage the topper.
6. Rotate and Fluff
Regularly rotate and fluff your topper to ensure even distribution of the filling and maintain its shape.
7. Use a Mattress Protector
To protect your topper from dust mites, dead skin cells, and other debris, consider using a mattress
protector or mattress topper cover.
How Do I Choose the Right Size of Mattress Topper?
Before choosing the right size of mattress topper, you should consider the following factors:
Size of the Mattress - Ensure that the topper is of the same size as your
mattress so that it can perfectly align with the edges of the mattress. Toppers are generally available
in variable sizes like twin, twin XL, full, queen, king, and California king.
Bed frame - If you have a bed frame with a headboard or footboard, make sure that
the topper fits properly and doesn't interfere.
Sleeping position - Consider your preferred sleeping
position, as this affects the thickness and firmness of the topper you are going to
Existing mattress - If your mattress is old or provides inadequate support, you
should choose a thicker topper to improve comfort and support.
Maintenance - Ensure that the topper is easy to clean and maintain, as it will help
prolong its lifespan and keep it hygienic.
Return policy - Check the return policy of the topper you are considering, as this will
give you peace of mind in case you are not satisfied with the product.
Customer reviews - Read customer reviews and ratings to get an idea of the quality and
performance of the topper you are interested in.
What Thickness of Mattress Topper Should I Get?
The thickness you need depends on how much extra softness and padding you want to add. Thinner toppers of 1-2
inches provide subtle cushioning. For a dramatic difference, choose a plush 3-4 inch topper. Side sleepers tend
to prefer thicker options for pressure relief.
How do I know if a mattress topper will work for my sleep style?
Pay attention to the material and firmness rating. Softer, conforming toppers work best for side sleeping. Firmer
and more supportive types are ideal for back and stomach sleepers.
Do mattress toppers help with back pain?
Yes, adding a mattress topper can help reduce back pain by cushioning pressure points and aligning the spine.
Soft toppers provide comfort, while firmer ones offer support. Look for conforming materials like latex.
What is the best mattress topper for adults?
Adults often benefit from a 2 to 3-inch memory foam or latex topper. These provide pressure relief for joints
while easing motion transfer. Super soft toppers add extra comfort for aging bodies.
How do I know if my mattress topper needs replacing?
Replace a mattress topper if it develops visible sagging, lumping, or flattening. Natural softening over 1-2
years is normal. But if it no longer rebounds or offers cushioning, it's time for a new topper.
Should I get a mattress cover for my topper?
Yes, using a mattress cover or
protector over your topper will shield it from spills, stains, and other damage and extend its
lifespan. Look for breathable covers.
How can I make my memory foam topper cooler?
Use breathable, moisture-wicking sheets and bedding to prevent heat buildup. The gel-infused foam also helps
dissipate heat. Letting your foam topper air out periodically can also help regulate the temperature.
Can a memory foam mattress topper help make a firm mattress softer?
Yes, a memory foam mattress topper can help make a firm mattress softer by adding an extra layer of cushioning
and support. This helps to make your sleeping surface feel more comfortable and relieve pressure points.
How do I choose the right thickness for memory foam mattress toppers?
The ideal thickness for a memory foam mattress topper varies from 2 to 4 inches; you can choose one based on your
personal preference and the condition of your current mattress. Thicker toppers generally provide more
cushioning, while thinner toppers offer a softer surface.