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Choosing the best type of mattress topper

Find the best mattress topper for your body and budget. From memory foam to microfibre, we reveal the pros and cons of different types.

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There are four main types of mattress topper: memory foam, feather and down, microfibre and latex. We’ve broken down the pros and cons of each type to help you find the best.

In an April 2018 survey of more than 1,700 Which? members, more than three in four agreed that a mattress topper made their mattress much more comfortable. It’s a great, inexpensive way of improving your mattress if you don’t want to buy a whole new one.

Each type of mattress topper feels different to lie on. Down toppers feel plush and cosy, while memory foam is firm and spongy.

Read on for a run-down of each of the main types to help you decide. If you already know which type you prefer, visit our list of the best mattress topper brands to find out where to buy one.

Mattress topper types

Memory foam mattress topper pros and cons

  • Pros:absorbs the motion of a bed partner who tosses and turns throughout the night; claimed to reduce pressure on arthritic or sore joints; can make a firm mattress feel considerably softer
  • Cons:some find it hot to lie on; can make it difficult to turn over or shift in bed; usually more expensive than microfibre and down; can have a synthetic smell when new

Made of a temperature-sensitive material, memory foam will react to your body heat and contour to your shape – something manufacturers claim helps relieve painful joints.

It should spring back to the same height each time you use it, too, unlike down or microfibre, which need to be fluffed up.

However, some people don’t like the feel of memory foam and find that they overheat on it. It’s worth trying it out in-store before buying.

Some memory foam toppers will smell quite synthetic when new, but this will fade within a week. To whisk away the smell more quickly, hang the topper up outside or in an airy room to let it breathe before putting it on your bed.

Feather and down mattress topper pros and cons

  • Pros:often cheaper than memory foam or latex; won’t retain as much heat as memory foam; won’t hinder your movement in bed
  • Cons:tends to compress over time, requiring periodic shaking to fluff back up; not hypoallergenic; feather quills can poke through the fabric; can smell at first; not always ethically farmed

Feather and down mattress toppers have a more traditional feel and you can find cheap down mattress toppers for as little as £50. Premium feather and down, including Hungarian goose down, can be very expensive, though.

These natural options can flatten down quickly and will need regular fluffing to retain their shape. You might find that they have a musky smell at first, too.

Feathers and down aren’t always taken from birds in a humane way. To ensure you’re buying a topper with down that has been responsibly farmed, you’ll need to check with manufacturers and retailers to find out what their policy is.

Microfibre and hollowfibre mattress topper pros and cons

  • Pros:cheapest option; no odour; provides some softness; available in anti-allergy options
  • Cons:not as breathable as others; can become lumpy over time; will become flattened over time; shortest lifespan of all the topper types

Microfibre is a synthetic material, often used in pillows and duvets, and is the most affordable of all mattress topper types. It’s a great basic option if you need a mattress topper on a budget.

It’s not as breathable as down, and will flatten quicker, but this can be fixed by regularly shaking it to fluff it back up.

Its synthetic fibres make it hypoallergenic, too. Some are sold as ‘anti-allergy’ – these ones are treated with a chemical to ward off common allergens such as dust mites and pollen.

Latex mattress topper pros and cons

  • Pros:claimed to be very durable; absorbs movement if your partner moves in the night; antimicrobial and non-allergenic (unless you have a latex allergy)
  • Cons:expensive; can have a distinctive odour when new; some people find it too firm; feels different to traditional feather and down

Made of either rubber tree sap or synthetic rubber, latex mattress toppers tend to be cooler and more breathable than memory foam. Latex contours to your body shape like foam, but its elasticity means that it will bounce back quickly.

It is usually quite expensive, but manufacturers claim that latex is more durable than any other bedding material, so it should stay comfortable for longer.

Latex has an unusual feel, which is different to either memory foam or down. Some people like it and some don’t, so it’s worth trying a latex topper or mattress in-store before you buy.

How much do you need to spend on a mattress topper?

Some premium mattress toppers, such as The White Company’s goose down toppers, can cost over £200. But others are available for under £30. Premium down and latex toppers will cost more than memory foam and microfibre.

While a mattress topper can make a tired mattress feel warmer or more comfortable, it’s worth noting that there is no evidence that mattress toppers help with body support. If it’s a more supportive night’s sleep that you’re after, you’d be better off buying a Best Buy mattress – we’ve found excellent ones for less than £200.

Buy a mattress topper from a trusted brand

To find out which are the best mattress topper brands, in April 2018, we asked 1,767 Which? members to tell us about their mattress topper. To work out customer scores, we asked what brand of topper members owned, whether they were satisfied with it, and whether they would recommend it to a friend. We also asked them to rate their topper for comfort, value for money and how well it matched the description.

Check out our guide to find out what people think of the brand of mattress topper they own, including how comfortable it is and whether it was good value for money, covering major brands such as Ikea, John Lewis and Dunelm.

If you’re a Which? member and would like to take part in our surveys to help shape our magazine and website, click to join our Which? Connect reader panel.

How to Choose a Mattress Topper?

Sometimes mattresses can’t provide you with the level of comfort you need. It can be perhaps because your mattress is too hard, you wake up frequently because your partner moves around too much, or maybe you just can’t get enough comfortable.One great option is to get a mattress topper for your bed.

It can be a great way to revitalize your bed as it will provide you with extra support and extra cushioning and it will not cost you as much asbuying the new mattress.

There are different types ofmattress toppers, so it can be difficult for you to determine which one would work the best for your specific needs and sleep preferences. You might find it hard to decide what material to buy, what thickness is right for you, how much to spend, etc.

Some of the most popular types of mattress toppers arememory foam, latex, cotton, wool etc. With some careful research you will be able to get the right one that will give you what you need at a more than a reasonable price.

In this article, we will take a look at the pros and cons of each type of material and at some of the key factors which can help you bring your decision easier.

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Key Points to Consider

With so many different mattress toppers, it can be hard to choose one for you, so you should decide what exactly you need from a topper first, then figure out what material will best meet your needs.

Here are some of the key factors you should take into consideration:


A higher price doesn’t necessarily guarantee the mattress topper would be better for you personally. You should look for one that will meet your needs and not simply buy the most expensive you can afford.

Support and Comfort

If you prefer a firmer feel and you like extra support for your back and limbs, then you should opt for a latex topper.

However, if you prefer a softer feel and a topper that will cradle your body and relieve pressure points, thenmemory foam topperwould be perfect for you, or a topper made of naturally soft material such as down or cotton.

Thickness and Density

Mattress toppers vary in thickness from 2 to 8 inches.If you have a firm mattress and you are looking for a topper that would relieve your pressure points and allow you to sleep on your side, or if you weigh more than average, then you may need to look for thicker options.The materials with the best range of thicknesses are memory foam and latex.

The density of a topper determines how much support it will provide you.Here again, memory foam and latex mattress toppers usually have the largest choice, allowing you to find just the right level of comfort that you need.

Motion Transfer

Memory foam and latex mattress toppers are also good at reducing the transmission of movement between you and your partner. So if you sleep with arestless sleeper, whose tossing and turning might keep you awake, these toppers are good options.

Sleeping Hot

If you are looking for amattress topper that will sleep cool and keep you comfortableall night long then you should avoid those made entirely of memory foam as memory foam tends to retain the most body heat.

Latex is known for its natural cooling properties, so latex mattress toppers would be good choice as well as those made of down, wool and feather.The latter are good all year round as they will keep you warm in winter and reduce heat retention in summer.

The cover of the mattress topperalso plays a huge role insleeping cool, so you should opt for those toppers with covers good at wicking away sweat.

Also,the thickness of the toppers can determine how hot or cool they will sleep, and those thicker toppers usually sleep hotter than thinner ones despite the attempts of manufacturers to add some special cooling elements like cooling gel or ventilation tubes.


Also the toppers made of certain materials are better for allergies while other are also more resistant to dust mites, bed bugs, mold and mildew.

Ease of Moving and Cleaning

Be aware of the overall weight of the mattress topper before you proceed to buy it.Remember that you need to remove it from the packaging, put it on the bed and remove it at least once or twice a year for cleaning.

While down, feather and cotton are easier to move thanmemory foamor latex, they are far more difficult to clean.

What Type of Material to Choose

Mattress toppers come in a range of different materials and stylesand it’s important to know what you hope to gain from using a topper and what are the pros and cons of each material.

Memory Foam

Although memory foam mattress toppers can be a bit expensive, they are a popular choice as they perfectly contour to the specific curves of your body, absorb movement and noise.

Memory foam toppers alsooffer a lot of thickness choices, so you can easily find the level of comfort and support you need.Memory foam will conform to your bodyand provide you with a supportive and relaxing surface to sleep on. It will also reduce the amount of motion transfer and noise.

These toppers also come in varying densities.A density of most of them ranges between 2 and 6+ pounds per cubic feet.The toppers of higher density memory foamwill usually cost more, but they will provide much better support for the body and longer-lasting conformity.

If your memory foam mattress topper has adensity of 3 pounds or underper cubic feet, it will feel softer and be less supportive than those of higher densities. It will allow your body to sink into it faster than toppers of higher densities. They are also lightweight and easier to transport.

Memory foam mattress topperswith a density of4 to 5 poundsper cubic feet work well for most people as they provide a good balance of comfort and support.

Toppers with a density of6+ poundsper cubic feet are the best for people who have medical needs and are in need of a high level of support for the body. They will slowly conform to their body shape and weight and provide a good support much longer than those with the lower densities.

The major downside of memory foam mattress toppersis that they are made of a synthetic material that can have a bit of off/gassing but that usually dissipates after a few days.

Besides this, memory foam will retain body heat more than some other materials. So, if you tend to overheat during the night it is better to look fora breathable memory foam mattress topper.


Latex mattress toppersare the most expensive option, but like memory foam toppers,they can provide excellent comfort and support.They can provide comfort and relieve pressure points by making your mattress harder or softer. They feel firmer than memory foam, but are still soft enough to provide you with a comfortable night’s sleep.

Besides this,toppers made of 100% natural latex are also antimicrobial, non-allergic and more durablethan any other type of a mattress topper.Latex toppers offer a wide range of thickness and support options.

Like withmemory foam mattress toppers, these have some disadvantages too. As we have already mentioned, they can be very expensive due to the complicated nature of latex production. They may not be perfect for people who are allergic to latex.

Wool is a natural material, and wool mattress toppers can be a bit expensive too.Wool is also one of the most durable materials, and yet it is soft and comfortable.It is particularly suitable for those who suffer from allergies and can even keep bed bugs away from your mattress.

That’s why wool mattress toppers make a wonderfully luxurious addition to your mattress and they will also keep you cool in summer and warm in winter and wick away any excessive moisture.

There are some bad sides with toppers of this material as well. They can be more expensive than other toppers made of other materials and they may not provide the same cushioning as memory foam.

Down or Feathers

Toppers made from goose or duck feathers, or even softer and more luxurious down are perfect for those looking for a soft and comforting feel.

They are also good at reducing motion transfer between partners and at regulating heat in the summer and winter. These toppers are very durable as well and will last for several years.

However, if you are allergic on feathers or you need a firmer topper, these may not be the right choice for you. They may not be thick enough to disguise an old and lumpy mattress and may need fluffing to keep their shape.

Cotton and Polyester

There is a wide range of mattress toppers made from polyester and cotton and they also range in price.Polyester toppersare very affordable.

The advantages to cotton and polyester mattress toppers are that they are very easy to maintain and are good for those looking for a softer feel, but they are not so durable like the toppers made of some other materials.

Egg Crate Foam

Mattress toppers made of the egg crate foam are the cheapest option available.They are very lightweight and easy to transport. They also provide good cushion, but may not be durable and great forback support.

Just like memory foam, egg crate foam has some off-gassing smell and can retain body heat and sleep hot, especially during the summer months.

The best mattress toppers

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A great mattress topper will optimise any mattress to suit your personal preferences – and can make a bad mattress bearable. If you can’t afford to buy a glorious new mattress, they can be a good temporary solution to improve the quality of your sleep (particularly handy if you’re renting a furnished property). After all, sleep is important – and vital for your health.

But as well as providing added comfort (in the form of firm support or squashy cushioning), a mattress topper will protect your mattress from stains and dust mites.

Size is important: mattress toppers come in lots of different sizes – so make sure you buy a super king, king size, double or single mattress topper depending on the size of your bed. You might also find that your bed sheet becomes quite snug or no longer fits because of the extra height and depth created by your mattress topper – in which case you could opt for flat sheets, a deep or an extra deep sheet (to measure, take the depth of both mattress and topper into account, with a little room to spare).

Mattress toppers vary in thickness: a thicker option is a good idea if you’re making the best of an old mattress, if you weigh a lot, or if you sleep on your side. It’s worth noting at this point that there’s a difference between mattress pads and mattress toppers. Mattress pads are generally thinner, and have slightly different functions – for example, you can buy water-proof, heated, cooling or anti-allergy mattress pads.

A s well as thickness, consider the material: generally, you’ll find you have latex, memory foam, polyester, wool and feathers to choose from. If you’re looking for a topper to provide the firmness you need to tackle back pain, look for a durable memory foam or latex to support your body. Unless you’re allergic to latex, it’s antimicrobial and non-allergenic. However, it’s worth remembering that latex and memory foam retain the most body heat (despite the addition of airflow and ventilation technology, cooling gel and gel-infused technology to some), which might not be so agreeable come summer – and in terms of budget, they can be expensive.

If you’re looking for a softer (and more wallet-friendly) addition to your bedding, look for natural fibres like cotton or down, which has a luxurious, sumptuous feel. Natural materials such as wool, down and feathers are warm in winter but breathe well in the summer: wool is durable, and doesn’t tend to attract bed bugs. But while goose and duck down is fabulous, it’s probably not thick enough to shield you from a lumpy or hard mattress, or to bolster you if you experience back pain or have a bad back.

To help you choose the very best solution, here are the best mattress toppers you can buy now:

Best Mattress Topper UK 2020: Top 10 Options To Choose From

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We all struggle to get through the challenges of the day when we haven’t had plenty of rest the night before. Unfortunately, if your bed just isn’t doing the trick comfort-wise, and you don’t want to buy a new mattress just yet, you may feel as though good sleep is nothing but a pipe dream.

The best mattress topper could be all you need to transform your restless nights into moments of comfort and relaxation.

The right mattress topper doesn’t just provide added comfort; it also helps toprotect your mattressfrom dust mites and stains, ensuring that your entire bed lasts longer too!

Whether you’re looking for a firm mattress topper, or something squishier, the right product will improve your evenings drastically. The question is, which one is right for you?

With so many options on the market, it’s tough to find the bed toppers that are genuinely ready to give you the night of comfort you deserve. That’s why we’ve devoted our nights to testing these products for you! Let’s look at our top 10 options in summary before we dive into our buying guide and reviews:

  • Eve– (Editor’s Choice)
  • Dormeo OctaSpring Body Zone– (Best Memory Foam)
  • Silentnight Impress– (Best Thin)
  • Homescapes– (Best Extra Thick)
  • Panda– (Best Orthopedic)
  • TEMPUR Topper 7– (Best Luxury)
  • Lancashire Bedding– (Best Cotton)
  • Bettersleep Company Supersoft– (Best Soft)
  • Rejuvopedic– (Best Microfibre)
  • Rejuvopedic– (Best Budget)

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Mattress Topper Reviews

You’ve seen the list, now check out the top 10 in more detail in our reviews below.

Eve – (Editor’s Choice)

Memory foam is probably one of the most popular materials for a good mattress topper. This unique material cushions and supports your body, moulding to the shape that’s right for you. Memory foam bed toppers allow you to enjoy all the benefits of memory foam, without forking out excessive cash for a brand-new mattress.

This mattress topper is both supportive and soft at the same time. If you’re sleeping with a partner and you both prefer a different level of firmness from your mattress, it should be a good choice. What’s more, you won’t have to worry about an overly “chemical” smell which can be an issue for some memory foam products.

For sensitive sleepers, the Eve topper is also hypoallergenic, and it comes with free delivery, and a30-day trial and returnoption. If you change your mind about it being the best memory foam mattress topper, you’re not locked into keeping the product just because you’ve already used it.

  • Soft and supportive at the same time
  • Free delivery, 30-day trial, and return
  • Great value for high-quality memory foam
  • No corner straps to fix the topper to the mattress
  • Difficult to maneuver (it’s heavier than some bed toppers)
  • The hypoallergenic cover is washable, but the foam isn’t

Dormeo OctaSpring Body Zone – (Best Memory Foam)

Probably one of the most high-tech bedding accessories on the market, this cool mattress topper comes with “5 zones of OctaSpring foam”. That means that the topper stayssoft and bouncy, no matter how much you use it.

The OctaSpring zones in the Dormeo topper also offer different levels of firmness throughout specific portions, intended to give you more support where your body might place more weight on the bed. It’sgreat for couplesbecause the foam absorbs the movement. That means that you’re not going to wake your partner if you’re a restless sleeper.

Additionally, the OctaSpring Body Zone topper is also incredibly breathable, which means that if you’re generally a “hot” sleeper, you won’t find yourself waking up covered in sweat too often. At a relatively low price, this is a great mattress topper from the memory foam segment.

  • Great value for money
  • OctaSpring technology supports the body
  • Ideal for hot sleepers and couples
  • Removable and washable cover
  • No corner straps to keep the topper in place
  • Can shift around with restless sleepers

Silentnight Impress – (Best Thin)

Sometimes, when you’re looking for something to enhance your sleeping patterns, you only need the slightest alteration. For hot sleepers, thick mattress toppers can sometimes present a problem, because they frequently absorb and maintain heat. On the other hand, the Silentnight Impressmemory foam topperis designed to give you the comfort you need with only 2.5cms of foam.

This is an ideal option for people who don’t want to add too much extra depth to their mattress. The 2.5cms of foam is still enough to mould well to your body shape and give you the additional support you need around your spine and joints. Additionally, the hypoallergenic cover is excellent for people who are sensitive to dust and other contaminants.

The removable cover is washable at 40 degrees, so you don’t have to worry about taking it to a specialist, and you can rest assured that your thin Silentnight topper won’t leave you feeling swaddled during the hotter, summer nights.

  • Cooling mattress topper for hot sleepers
  • Machine washable and removable cover
  • 2-year manufacturer guarantee
  • Not great for people who need excess support
  • Moves around on the mattress if you’re a restless sleeper

Homescapes – (Best Extra Thick)

If you’re looking for a mattress topper that’s thick enough to transform your entire mattress, then this could be the one for you. The Homescapes goose feather extra thick mattress topper is aluxurious sleeping experience, measuring at 7 centimetres in depth. Don’t worry; the cotton covering does help to keep you protected from any itchy feathers.

The Homescapes extra thick topper is one of the best products around for people who prefer a soft mattress. The caged feathers within help to lull you to a night of wonderful sleep, without simply sinking within a few days of usage. If you notice that your topper is starting to flatten in certain areas, all you need to do is shake it out.

Unlike some other bed toppers on the market, the Homescapes option also comes with elasticated straps on the corners to keep it locked in place so that you don’t have to worry about it shifting during the night.

  • Soft and cosy filling – like sleeping on clouds
  • Anti-dust-mite cotton covering
  • 100% goose feather filling for a luxurious experience
  • Elastic bands on all corners to keep the topper in place
  • Very thick and warm – may not be ideal for hot sleepers
  • Feathers can clump together over time and start to flatten
  • Some feathers may poke through the topper eventually

Panda – (Best Orthopedic)

Pandas always seem to love sleeping, so why not take a leaf out of their book? The Panda Memory Foam mattress topper is an all-natural product, perfect for people with sensitive skin. The Bamboo mattress topper includes a naturally hypoallergenic cover, which you can remove and wash at your leisure.

Perhaps the most appealing feature of this topper is that it’s one of the best mattress topper for bad back products on the market. The foam is designed with anextra layer of orthopaedic support, to keep your spine comfortably aligned while you sleep. What’s more, the “hydro foam” filling also comes with capsules of cooling gel throughout – ideal for hot sleepers.

The Panda Memory Foam topper comes with an anti-slip layer to make sure it doesn’t move around on your bed during the night, and there are also elastic straps at each corner for extra resilience. You shouldn’t have a hard time getting a great night’s sleep on this topper.

  • Naturally hypo-allergenic bamboo material
  • Temperature regulating foam ideal for hot sleepers
  • Anti-slip layer and elastic straps ensure minimal shift
  • 10-year manufacturer guarantee
  • Hypoallergenic removable cover
  • Foam can start to compress in places over time
  • Firmer than some mattress toppers – may not be ideal for people who like soft mattresses

TEMPUR Topper 7 – (Best Luxury)

TEMPUR is a popular name in the mattress industry, but did you know the brand has also branched out into the bed toppers space too? With TEMPUR mattresses, you can choose the thickness that’s right for you depending on your sleeping habits. The TEMPUR 7 is one of the most luxurious firm mattress topper options on the market, with 7 centimetres of memory foam support.

The TEMPUR Mattress topper 7 comes with an extra-soft jersey cover that you can remove and wash at temperatures of up to 60 degrees – great for making your topper last longer. Additionally, the cover has also been stringently tested to make sure it’s suitable for people with allergies.

If you’re looking for peace of mind with your bed toppers, the TEMPUR also comes with a15-year manufacturer’s guarantee, which is a lot more than most toppers offer. The memory foam is great at moulding to the shape of your body. You may even find that you’re less likely to toss and turn at night with the TEMPUR to cradle you to sleep.

  • Excellent memory foam support
  • Good for orthopaedic issues
  • High-quality hypoallergenic cover that can be moved and washed
  • Long-term guarantee (15 years)
  • Thick mattress topper may be too warm for hot sleepers
  • Very firm – may not be ideal for people who like soft mattresses
  • No corner straps to secure the topper

Lancashire Bedding – (Best Cotton)

Do you find that you usually get a better night’s sleep at a hotel than you do when you’re at home? This wonderful 4-inch deep mattress topper from Lancashire bedding could help you to recreate your most luxurious overnight vacations. Designed to transform any sleeping experience, this extra-thick topper is deep-filled to make you feel like you’re sinking into incredible comfort.

Ideal for allergy sufferers, this is one of the best topper options if you have issues with synthetic materials. The cover is 100% cotton, and the extra-deep filling is also highly breathable, designed to eliminate allergens.

The baffle walled cassette structure helps to keep the anti-allergy filling spread evenly throughout the topper night after night, so you don’t need to consistently pick it up and shake it out, unlike some other extra-thick toppers. What’s more, there are straps on every corner to help secure your new sleeping accessory into place.

  • 100% cotton covering
  • Anti-allergen and anti-dust-mite filling
  • Extra thick filling (4 inches)
  • Not machine washable – sponge clean only
  • Not water resistant (challenging to wash)
  • Extra warm due to thick filling – not ideal for hot sleepers

Bettersleep Company Supersoft – (Best Soft)

If a firm mattress topper doesn’t sound like your idea of the perfect night’s sleep, why not try something a little softer? The Bettersleep company hotel-quality super soft bed toppers are designed to give you a comforting and supple sleeping experience, through unique siliconised hollow-fiber fillings. Every pocket of your mattress topper is packed tight with padding, so you get a cosy night’s sleep, without having to worry about your topper going flat.

This anti-allergenic mattress topper comes with a luxurious cover that you can machine wash at a temperature of up to 40 degrees. What’s more, the quilted box stitch construction means that your filling remains firmly in place, while the elasticated corner straps ensure that the topper itself doesn’t shift.

If you’re looking for a topper without the bells and whistles of some more premium offerings, then this could be the ideal solution for you. The brand even claims that the cover isdust-mite resistant, to help protect allergy sufferers.

  • Great value
  • Machine-washable anti-allergy cover
  • Supersoft filling
  • The lining can go flat over time
  • Thinner than some mattress toppers – may not be ideal for firm mattresses

Rejuvopedic – (Best Microfibre)

When it comes to choosing the ideal mattress topper for your needs, allergy sufferers can often have a tougher decision to make than others. It’s difficult to find a topper that supports your sensitive skin – even if you choose something with a hypo-allergenic cover. Fortunately, microfiber fillings can help to eliminate some of the problems associated with an allergy-prone lifestyle.

The Rejuvopedic mattress topper uses some of the most luxurious materials on the market to both protect your skin and senses, while giving you a more peaceful night of sleep. The premium 3D box structure also helps to provide additional sources of support where your body needs it most, so you can avoid problems with an achy neck or back.

The unique covering on this model also comes with “3D massage bubbles” whichgently soothe your musclesas you sleep – giving you a more restful night all around.

  • Unique 3D bubbles massage you to sleep
  • No-compromise filling for allergy sufferers
  • Ample support from the boxed stuffing
  • Elasticated straps hold the bed topper in place
  • Very soft topper – not great for people who prefer a firm mattress
  • Less breathable than some cotton options
  • Not easy to clean

Rejuvopedic – (Best Budget)

Designed by a company that’s committed to excellent comfort, this memory foam mattress topper comes to you from the Sussex countryside and features high-quality memory foam throughout. Available in a range of sizes, and with or without an anti-allergy cover, these bed toppers may be the ideal choice for someone who wants something simple and effective for a night of better sleep.

The memory foam in this mattress topper is firm enough to support the curvature of your spine correctly while you sleep, yet soft enough to make you feel comforted and relaxed whether you sleep on your back or your side. What’s more, the mattress topper is rolled when it’s packaged, which makes it much easier to place on your bed.

At 4 inches thick, you can rest assured that this topper will eliminate almost any problems you might have with your old mattress. It may be the ideal solution if you have issues with your bed, but you can’t budget for a new mattress yet.

  • Very thick and luxurious
  • High-quality memory foam great for back support
  • Easy to manoeuvre
  • No corner straps mean that the topper can shift during the night
  • Thickness may be a problem for hot sleepers
  • Can have a “chemical” smell when you first unpack the product

How To Choose The Ultimate Bed Toppers

The best mattress toppers will easily optimise and improve any mattress to suit your preferences. Many people use bed toppers to make their old beds more bearable.

If you don’t fancy splashing out on a new mattress, a good bed topper (or pad) is a fantastic temporary solution to solve the problems of your old bed. At the same time, many mattress toppers can also come with additional features that you might not be able to find with a standard mattress. For instance, a cool mattress topper can help to eliminate night sweats and prevent restless sleep.

So, how do you choose the right mattress topper?

Step 1: Decide Why You Need A Mattress Topper

Before you begin browsing through the best bed toppers on the market, make sure you know what you’re searching for. It may be that you simply need something to make your bed more comfortable until you buy a new mattress. On the other hand, you might want a portable topper which you can take with you to hotels and guest rooms.

If you’re looking for something portable, you’ll need a topper or pad that’s much thinner than if you were looking for the best mattress topper for bad back issues. Deciding exactly what you need in advance will help you to make a more informed decision.

Step 2: Decide On Your Filling

Once you’ve figured out what kind of issue you want to eliminate with the best topper, you can begin to think about the filling. There are plenty of different materials to choose from, including:

  • Memory foam:Memory foam mattresses are one of the most popular on the market, and the toppers in this material are not too far behind. They are usually the first choice for people in search of a firm mattress topper. Memory foam can support your body in all the right places, alleviating problems with painful joints, back pain and more. What’s more, if you sleep with a partner, a memory foam mattress topper won’t move with you, so that both people can enjoy a better night’s sleep. The biggest problem with memory foam bed toppers is that they can come with a strong chemical smell (VOC’s) when you first unwrap them.
  • Down feather:Feather bed toppers feel similar to a feather cushion. They’re generally made from duck or goose feathers, and they’re designed for people who prefer a plush and very soft level of support from their mattress. These toppers can also be great for preventing you from tossing and turning during the night. Because feathers are quite breathable, they’re good when you’re looking for a cool mattress topper. However, you may find that you need to regularly shake the feathers out to avoid clumping.
  • Natural fibre:Natural fibre bed toppers aren’t nearly as common as memory foam or polyester options, but they’re ideal for people with allergy issues. Made from wool, bamboo and other natural materials, these solutions are designed to keep dust mites and other allergy issues at bay. Certain natural fibres may be more difficult to clean than others. Make sure that you check the product description for machine washing options.
  • Synthetic:Synthetic bed toppers are some of the most common and low-cost options on the market. These solutions come in a range of options when it comes to firmness and support. For the most part, however, synthetic toppers are usually quite thick, which make them a good choice if you have an old mattress you want to cover, or you’re looking for the best topper for bad back issues.
  • Egg crate:Finally, these mattress toppers are defined by their egg-crate structure, which helps to break the filling up into segments. Most of these are relatively firm and comfortable, and they can often be thin enough to take with you if you’re traveling, however, egg crate toppers don’t have the springiness or resilience of some of the other types on the market today.

Step 3: Get The Small Details Right

Finally, don’t forget the finishing touches.

One of the most essential elements you’ll need to get right with your bed toppers is thesize. Unlike with duvet covers where you can “scale up” your sizing options, you’ll need to get the size exactly right for your mattress topper.Measure your mattressbefore you begin shopping.

It’s also worth looking for a topper that has elastic bands on the corners to hold it to your bed – particularly if you’re a restless sleeper. If you plan on making your topper last, look for something you can clean easily, even if that means washing a removable cover.


Finding the best mattress topper for your needs isn’t always easy.

There are so many options on the market that it’s common to feel overwhelmed. The good news is that there’s something for everyone out there! When it comes to absolute luxury, our favourite option is theEve Memory Foam topper, with its fantastic foam structure and 30-day guarantee. However, you’re sure to find something on this list whether you’re looking for a cool mattress topper or something to aid your aching back.

How to Choose a Mattress Topper

Well, cleaning a mattress is not easy and cleaning it again and again will damage its health. For this sake, mattress toppers are used

as a sheath to cover the whole foam and keep it from getting damaged, dirty, and moisture. There is a number of companies to make an offer mattress topper however not all of them are worth buying. Here are some reasons to show why and how you should choose a Mattress Topper for your use:

Size of the topper:

Firstly, you should see the size of your mattress while buying a topper. Both should be equivalent to each other so that the topper can provide a natural covering to your overall foam. This should come in a stitched form with a zipper so that you can wear it on the mattress and then zip it. Henceforth, the first thing you will consider is size.

Firmness and Support:

Secondly, you need to check the quality of the topper. It should be firm and supportive of the mattress as well as your body. Firmness means, it shouldn’t get creased easily and fabric should offer support to your back while you lay on the mattress. It should offer help to persons with back aching issues and problems.

Comforting and Caressing:

The fabric and overall quality of the topper should be comforting. Some fabrics are although soft yet they are not comfortable to stay. Hence, make sure that good type of cotton with synthetic fibers should be used to make your laying experience better. This thing matters for a sound sleep and make your next day fresh. So, make sure to check this quality.

Density and Less-Absorption to Dirt:

Topper’s fabric should be dense and thick. This thickness will never let the dirt on the outside reach inside and make demolishing the quality and health of mattress. Also, it should be also less absorbent towards dirty and dust. It should be cleaned and dusted easily. Also, it synthetic quality shouldn’t be affected when you clean it often. However, make sure to check the manual-book in order to see when a mattress requires next cleaning.

Anti-Allergen and Anti-Sweat:

All with this, you will have to see that it should have quality to wave off germs and bacteria. It should offer great support to people with various allergies. Also, it should have quality to absorb the wetness inside and never let you feel wet while laying on it. Along with absorbing, it should have anti-fungus quality that will never let the germs of your sweat enter inside the mattress and your clothes.


Last but not least, you will have to check its price. The price should be economical. If you are not sure what economical price of a mattress topper is, do some homework. Go online and check mattress topper prices from different companies. Don’t forget to check their features and quality while going through prices. Here is a tip, don’t just go for less-price but quality as well.

Well, these are some points that show what points you should have to consider while searching for mattress topper. You should consider these points as a must. If you will go for an option that charges fewer rates yet it is lacking most of the qualities, your mattress topper will become old within some days. Also, it will damage the quality of foam as well. Therefore, paying a little extra that gives you comfort in long run will not be bad option.

So, consider these points every time you get to choose a mattress topper and find a high-quality product.

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