We started MilkmenFoam to offer certified organic and all natural products for all your sleeping needs. Our products are made entirely of natural Dunlop latex and are certified by GOLS (Global Organic Standard), ECO Institute, and Oeko-Tex.


Natural Dunlop Latex. What is it?

In tropical plantations all over the world rubber tree plants (Havea brasiliensis) are farmed for their creamy natural latex. 

As its name suggests, natural latex is "natural," which has multiple advantages for usage in bedding products. Lately, customers who live an organic lifestyle are more likely to choose latex mattresses made entirely of plant-based materials. Natural Dunlop latex is unmatched in its flexibility, healthiness, and capacity to mold to your body, relieving strain on your muscles and circulation.  


What are the main advantages of latex?

  • Exceptional elasticity (since it contains 100% of natural Dunlop latex)
  • Effective body support based on proven biochemical and ergonomic concepts that provide complete comfort
  • Absolutely no noise
  • Good ventilation and moisture control. Body sweat swiftly evaporates and leaves the mattress, making the user comfortable at all times
  • Long-lasting and durable
  • Anti-fungal & hygienic
  • Through rigorous and ongoing quality control, certified quality is ensured


How is a natural mattress better than a synthetic one?

Mattresses made with natural Dunlop latex instead of synthetic latex have extra advantages. Natural latex mattresses do not include polyurethane foam, which contains additional cancer-causing toxins like formaldehyde or polybrominated diphenyl ethers, as well as compounds that cause cancer and are released into the air as the foam degrades (boric acid). Dust mites, mold, and mildew can thrive in polyurethane foam because it cannot withstand moisture.

There are no artificial elements in natural Dunlop latex. Contrarily, synthetic or blended latex, which has a similar cell structure to natural latex, can be entirely or partly made of chemicals and petroleum. Proteins are absent from synthetic latex compared to its natural counterpart. Polymer-based latex was first created during the World War II. Natural latex from the Far East was in short supply at the time, thus a synthetic alternative—which is a subpar replacement—was required in the absence of high-quality raw materials.