We've designed our mattresses with your comfort and cooling in mind.

But if you tend to be a warm sleeper, here's what you can do to reduce the heat:

  • Use the right bedding. In general, the higher the thread-count of your sheets, the more heat they will retain (especially if your sheets are made of cotton). We suggest using natural fibres such as bamboo, linen, Tencel®, wool, or cotton with a lower thread-count paired with a light duvet in the summer months.
  • Remove additional mattress covers. Many waterproof mattress covers don't provide much air circulation. But if you prefer using one, we offer a breathable, water-resistant mattress cover that has been designed to promote more airflow.   

We've designed our mattresses with your comfort and cooling in mind.

But if you tend to be a warm sleeper, here's what you can do to reduce the heat:

  • Use the right bedding. In general, the higher the thread-count of your sheets, the more heat they will retain (especially if your sheets are made of cotton). We suggest using natural fibres such as bamboo, linen, Tencel®, wool, or cotton with a lower thread-count paired with a light duvet in the summer months.
  • Remove additional mattress covers. Many waterproof mattress covers don't provide much air circulation. But if you prefer using one, we offer a breathable, water-resistant mattress cover that has been designed to promote more airflow.   

We've designed our mattresses with your comfort and cooling in mind.

But if you tend to be a warm sleeper, here's what you can do to reduce the heat:

  • Use the right bedding. In general, the higher the thread-count of your sheets, the more heat they will retain (especially if your sheets are made of cotton). We suggest using natural fibres such as bamboo, linen, Tencel®, wool, or cotton with a lower thread-count paired with a light duvet in the summer months.
  • Remove additional mattress covers. Many waterproof mattress covers don't provide much air circulation. But if you prefer using one, we offer a breathable, water-resistant mattress cover that has been designed to promote more airflow.   

We've designed our mattresses with your comfort and cooling in mind.

But if you tend to be a warm sleeper, here's what you can do to reduce the heat:

  • Use the right bedding. In general, the higher the thread-count of your sheets, the more heat they will retain (especially if your sheets are made of cotton). We suggest using natural fibres such as bamboo, linen, Tencel®, wool, or cotton with a lower thread-count paired with a light duvet in the summer months.
  • Remove additional mattress covers. Many waterproof mattress covers don't provide much air circulation. But if you prefer using one, we offer a breathable, water-resistant mattress cover that has been designed to promote more airflow.   

We've designed our mattresses with your comfort and cooling in mind.

But if you tend to be a warm sleeper, here's what you can do to reduce the heat:

  • Use the right bedding. In general, the higher the thread-count of your sheets, the more heat they will retain (especially if your sheets are made of cotton). We suggest using natural fibres such as bamboo, linen, Tencel®, wool, or cotton with a lower thread-count paired with a light duvet in the summer months.
  • Remove additional mattress covers. Many waterproof mattress covers don't provide much air circulation. But if you prefer using one, we offer a breathable, water-resistant mattress cover that has been designed to promote more airflow.   

We've designed our mattresses with your comfort and cooling in mind.

But if you tend to be a warm sleeper, here's what you can do to reduce the heat:

  • Use the right bedding. In general, the higher the thread-count of your sheets, the more heat they will retain (especially if your sheets are made of cotton). We suggest using natural fibres such as bamboo, linen, Tencel®, wool, or cotton with a lower thread-count paired with a light duvet in the summer months.
  • Remove additional mattress covers. Many waterproof mattress covers don't provide much air circulation. But if you prefer using one, we offer a breathable, water-resistant mattress cover that has been designed to promote more airflow.   

We've designed our mattresses with your comfort and cooling in mind.

But if you tend to be a warm sleeper, here's what you can do to reduce the heat:

  • Use the right bedding. In general, the higher the thread-count of your sheets, the more heat they will retain (especially if your sheets are made of cotton). We suggest using natural fibres such as bamboo, linen, Tencel®, wool, or cotton with a lower thread-count paired with a light duvet in the summer months.
  • Remove additional mattress covers. Many waterproof mattress covers don't provide much air circulation. But if you prefer using one, we offer a breathable, water-resistant mattress cover that has been designed to promote more airflow.