Memory Foam Mattress Reviews That You Can Trust

The author of the article Finding A Trustworthy Memory Foam Mattress Review correctly points out that reviews written on a mattress retailer’s web site may not be credible or reliable.  (This is true.)  She also points out that people can be hired to write positive memory foam mattress reviews or may get affiliate payments if someone buys a mattress by clicking a link on their review.  (This is true too.)  So how do you know if you can trust a memory foam mattress review?  Read on…

You can trust memory foam mattress and mattress retailer reviews by making sure they are from an unbiased third party like  On a retailer cannot alter or filter the comments and reviews.  What the consumer writes is what you see — the good, the bad, and the ugly.

Even if you read a reliable memory foam mattress review, that still isn’t a guarantee that the memory foam mattress is going to work for you.  The best way to know if a mattress is right for you is to try it in your own home.  Look for retailers that will allow you to try the mattress for at least 180 days and will give you your money back if the mattress doesn’t work for you.  Make sure you are getting a true money-back guarantee, not a store credit or “comfort” guarantee (same thing as a store credit).

At Healthy Foundations, we allow you to try your memory foam mattress in your own home for a full 365 days!  If you don’t like it, we’ll give you your money back.  All we ask is that you pay $75 (subtracted from your refund) to help with the return shipping costs.  (We ship it to you for free!)

We want you to be as informed about your mattress choices as possible.  To learn about air beds, memory foam mattresses, and latex mattresses, check out our mattress buying guides.