5 Benefits of Owning A Bamboo Infused Mattress

Did you know that the average person spends one-third of their life asleep? This means that choosing the right, high-quality mattress that meets all of your sleep needs is essential. With so many options on the market, it can be difficult to know what sleep solution is right for you. If you’re looking for a high-quality mattress that favours cooling comfort and support, you may be in the market for a bamboo mattress.

What is a bamboo infused mattress?

The most notable feature of a bamboo mattress is the level of comfort it provides, which is the primary reason people prefer this type of mattress. The material itself provides a well-balanced blend of memory foam and bamboo fabric that supports spinal issues  – alleviating any low back, neck, or shoulder pain. Bamboo mattresses are also made of non-allergenic materials, so you can sleep safe knowing your mattress won’t contribute to any allergy flare-ups.

With all the buzz about bamboo mattresses, it’s important to note what sets them apart. Here are five benefits of owning a bamboo infused mattress.

1. Breathable Cooling Foams

Nothing is worse than waking up in the middle of the night sweating and sticking to your sheets. Luckily, bamboo material helps you avoid this entirely. The composition of bamboo lowers the overall temperature to enable optimal airflow, circulation, and promotes breathability to ensure the highest level of comfort throughout the entire night. In fact, MLILY’s Bamboo Charcoal Memory Foam layer regulates temperature and moisture, while our Ventilated AirFoamTM Memory Foam layer promotes air circulation to keep you cool and comfortable all night long.

2. It’s Hypoallergenic

Bamboo is airy and hypoallergenic and doesn’t shelter germs, mildew, mold, or dust mites. If you are allergy-prone, it might be time to look at your mattress as the potential culprit and consider making a switch. The non-allergenic materials create a safe space for sleep due to the antibacterial and antimicrobial properties of bamboo fabric. This is ideal for anyone suffering from dust allergies or customers who simply don’t want to sleep on a chemical-filled mattress.

3. It’s Eco-Friendly

If you are looking for a mattress that practices sustainability, look no further. Bamboo is naturally organic and thus gentle on the environment. There is no need for pesticides or fertilizers and, after harvesting the bamboo, its soil quality remains intact. Bamboo requires very little water to grow and is biodegradable, unlike many other artificial textiles.

4. Pressure Relief and Spinal support

With the combination of memory foam and bamboo fibers, MLILY bamboo mattresses provide superior support and comfort to your spine. This means, if you find you have trouble sleeping due to unwanted back pain or pressure throughout your body, a bamboo mattress is a great solution to increasing your comfort and ensuring a good night’s rest every night.

5. It’s Comfortable

As any good, high-quality mattress should be, bamboo mattresses are first and foremost comfortable. They ensure you get the most out of your night’s sleep and wake up fully recharged and empowered for the day ahead of you. The light material and soft composition promote relaxation and offer maximum comfort, support, and flexibility.

The MLILY Ambient - Deluxe Dream is the ideal bamboo mattress that caters to all sleepers and all sleeping positions. The cool-to-the-touch feel and breathability combine perfectly with fabric that offers comfort, function, and durability to create the adaptable mattress of your dreams. Click here to explore and shop the Ambient - Deluxe Dream and see why it could be your new lasting solution.


MLILY are constantly striving to make the most advanced products and offer the best sleep solutions. As such we look forward to introducing a range of newly innovated products at AIFF stand J42 (13-16 July 2023) including our premium memory foam mattresses, adjustable beds, pillows & lift chairs. Read MLILY Australia's National Sales Manager Adam Duckett's recent interview ahead of the upcoming AIFF Our team is looking forward to seeing you there, for further information on any of the product shown at the show please contact MLILY head office. 

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