Just a quick glance at some memory foam mattress topper reviews should be enough to convince you that if you are looking at one of these items for your bedroom not to go for the cheapest on offer, necessarily.
The truth is that the quality of memory foam is not always what the original designers at Tempur-pedic intended. Cheaper imported foam that passes itself off as “heat resistant” may not always be so. Similarly it may not stand the test of time well and, you will see in the reviews, it doesn’t always match the comfort levels you expected, from day one.
The trick is to buy a topper that is made by a quality manufacturer. There is no sense in taking chances, because you are already saving money by buying a topper instead of a full mattress set. Buying an established brand carries certain guarantees of quality, not to mention the warranty to back it up.
As long as your mattress has retained its shape well, and is not buckled, you should find that a memory foam topper will invigorate it, by providing a layer of extra comfort on top of the body of the mattress. You should choose one with the correct firmness to suit your preferences, but also one that uses a good quality, dense memory foam. Remember, just because a mattress label says it’s “memory foam”, it carries no assurances of quality or of the quantity used. Check this with the staff you talk to and try to back up the accounts you have read in the reviews, whether good or bad.
Bear in mind with mattress reviews that they are not to be taken too seriously. Sometimes they are posted by people who’ve never even purchased a mattress in their life; they can be paid by marketing people to post positive or negative reviews about a particular brand.