Starting in the 1920s Dunlop scientists invented Dunlopillo latex foam. Dunlopillo was the first of its kind to be used in pad seats in public trams, trains and even aircraft. They made the first latex mattresses that stay fresh and keep their shape without plumping or flipping. These prove to be a huge hit. Dunlopillo Talalay Latex takes the world by storm as a superior mattress material: unsurpassed in comfort and support, exceptionally durable, stays cool, and is a healthy choice due to its high anti-bacterial and allergy-free properties. It has been proven to be doubly effective in killing bed bugs compared to interior spring core mattresses. Space-age OUTLAST®, originally developed for NASA is used in Dunlopillo’s mattresses to moderate body temperature. Advanced Dunlopillo-Gel cushioning technology is used in hospital mattresses to offer patients pressure relief, spinal alignment and back support.



The natural way to sleep, Dunlopillo uses pure latex... pure and simple. Natural latex is a wonderful material derived from the sap of rubber trees grown in managed sustainable plantations around the world. A rubber tree only produces 27ml of latex daily. Perfecting comfort takes time... in fact it takes one tree over 500 days to create enough latex for a single mattress. Latex is one of the most eco-friendly mattress fillings. Latex rubber trees purify over 90 million tons of carbon dioxide a year. Dunlopillo latex mattresses are designed to deliver long lasting performance by utilising their natural resilience to hold their shape and remain durable for years to come. Designed to make life easier, Dunlopillo mattresses do not require turning. Actipro™ technology is used in their mattress fabric to provide natural protection against allergens, dust mites and odours which helps to maintain a clean, fresh and healthy sleep environment.