To make the next section a little easier to discuss, I will call the blend of natural latex and synthetic latex, Syntex. Syntex is another form of foam used in mattresses and toppers and is passed off simply as “latex foam”. Syntex has the same properties of natural latex when it comes to support, firmness and quality, but Nem bong ep it does excel in one two areas: consistency and life. The chemicals added during the manufacturing process allow for better dispersion, and thusly, better consistency throughout each individual piece of foam. This gives control over the feel and the density of the foam. These chemicals also cause a strong cell structure within the foam giving it increased durability and longer life without sacrificing comfort. On the downside these chemicals do irritate those sensitive to allergies and can leave a particular odor. Thankfully, the smell does fade over time.The Dunlop process is similar to the Talalay process with the exception that there is no vacuum or freezing, and the mold is filled all the way. This makes for a denser firmer mattress, but less consistency in cell structure. The Dunlop process has a long standing history however, dating back to the 50’s and is known to be very durable and stand the test of time. Deciding between the two is a personal choice. Both process make for a wonderful reliable organic mattress. The choice is yours.