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In a mattress, is 'conforming foam' Memory Foam?

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AL from Birmingham, AL
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Hi AL -- Thanks for your question.

If you're looking at a website or brochure, chances are high that if a foam is indeed a memory foam, this fact will be called out specifically in the marketing materials. Memory foam is generally considered a more premium material and is therefore a selling point that is not normally left out of the marketing description. Therefore, if the description of this layer uses only the term "conforming" without mentioning that it's "memory foam," I would presume that it is not memory foam.

The one exception to this is Tempur-Pedic, who exclusively refers to their proprietary formulations of memory foam as "Tempur material."

I hope that's helpful.

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