The Casper mattress was designed so that all of the layers work together to provide a supportive and comfortable sleeping surface. As you work your way down from the very top layer to the bottom foundation layer on the Casper, the foams become firmer.
So what does this mean?
- When you lay on the Casper, your body weight collapses and pushes air out of the cells – this is also when the more supportive foams kick in and start to work their magic.
- When the top layer is compressed, the viscoelastic layer underneath it also starts to compress.
- Then, the transition layer begins compressing, and finally, the base layer of foam engages to provide structure and support.
The cool thing is that your body experiences the actions above on all of the layers at virtually the same time. Science is pretty crazy!