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The Layla mattress, from Layla Sleep, is a flippable mattress that gives you two firmness options.
The softer side, with its 3” of copper-infused memory foam, is ideal for side sleepers and lighter back sleepers. The firmer side has only 1” of the copper-infused memory foam and is better for stomach sleepers or heavier back sleepers.
On the softer side, I sunk in, but never felt stuck. It was easy to move around on the mattress. I felt great pressure relief on my shoulders and hips. On my back, I also felt some good contouring.
On the firmer side, I got proper support on my hips.
The Layla, on either side, is also a great choice for hot sleepers. The Thermogel-infused cover and copper infused memory foam combine both help with cooling. The transition layer also has air channels to help with airflow.
Also, the Layla bed is an amazing value for what you are getting. It has the feeling of a much more expensive Tempur-Pedic, but at a much more affordable price.
This could also be a good option for couples. The Layla features good motion isolation and nice edge support, especially on the firmer side. You shouldn’t be disturbed by your partner’s movement during the night.
However, If you don’t like that classic, memory foam feel, the Layla may not be the best choice for you. You surely get that slow sinking feeling with the Layla.
Also, if you are a heavier person, this mattress may be too firm for you. You may press through the upper layers, and feel that firm support layer beneath.
While it is great to have a flippable mattress, it is quite a chore to unzip, flip, and rezip the cover – it is definitely a two-person job.
Overall, the Layla is one of the most comfortable mattresses I have slept on. If you are heavier or like something more supportive, I would try the firmer side or opt for a firmer mattress.
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