Memory Foam, the foam that hugs your curves

Memory foam is a development of NASA space program, it was developed for use in space where shock-absorbing is essential.

Memory Foam – support with ease of sleep

Memory foam is a development of NASA space program, it was developed for use in space where shock-absorbing is essential. This new foam was termed as “memory foam” and it’s wider use was established in the 1990’s, when TempurPedic introduced memory foam as a mattress material. Since then, memory foam mattresses have become a standard foam for mattresses in the market, especially with the growth of mattress-in-a-box brands. 

Memory Foam has also made its way into pressure-relieving material and 
been used as cushioning in helmets, shoes, used in prosthetics and wheelchair seating pads. Memory foam is what is known as “viscoelastic” polyurethane foam, or low-resistance polyurethane foam (LRPu). It is created by adding various compounds and additives to polyurethane, which change depending on the type of foam being created. This allows the foam to function in a special way, it can stretch or contort and return to its original shape or size when the stretching force is taken away