CPAP Masks

With a wide selection of CPAP masks, you're bound to find one that works for you. Our products are listed by popularity, so you'll instantly see which ones our customers like the most. With our Risk-Free Guarantee, you can try out different mask styles and return the ones you decide not to keep for free (within 30 days).


ResMed AirFit P10

Sleep comfortably and lightly with the Resmed Airfit P10. The ultimate minimalistic choice.

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Evora Full Face Mask

Enjoy quieter care and more freedom in your therapy without compromising fit!

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30-Day Mask Exchange

30-Day Mask Exchange

Our mask exchange program allows customers to exchange their mask for a different one of their choice within 30 days.

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New to CPAP therapy and have questions? Check out our expert's answers to the most common CPAP mask questions.

How to choose the right CPAP mask for you?

To choose the right CPAP mask, consider your sleeping position, facial hair, breathing style, and comfort. Try different types to find the best fit and seal. Feel free to contact our sales specialist online for further assistance.

Do you need a rx prescription for your CPAP mask?

No, you do not need a prescription (Rx) to purchase a CPAP mask. However, it's recommended to consult with a healthcare provider to determine the most suitable type of mask for your individual needs.

Are CPAP masks compatible with every CPAP machine?

Yes, most CPAP masks are compatible with most CPAP machines with the exception of the ResMed Airmini which requires a special setup pack or adapter.

How to get used to wearing a CPAP mask?

1. Practice wearing the mask during the day while doing non-strenuous activities to help adjust to the feeling.

2. Start with shorter sessions while sleeping, gradually increasing the time until you can wear it for a full night.

3. Adjust the straps to ensure a comfortable but secure fit.

4. Use a heated humidifier to add moisture and reduce dryness in the nose and throat.

5. Stay consistent with using the CPAP machine every night, as this will help your body get used to it over time.

What are the different types of CPAP masks?

• Nasal masks: These cover your nose and are held in place with a strap. They are a good option if you breathe through your nose and prefer a mask that's easy to use and maintain.

• Nasal pillows: These are small, soft cushions that fit into your nostrils, creating a seal without covering the nose. They are a good option for those who prefer a more minimalistic mask and for those who breathe through their nose.

• Full face masks: These cover both the nose and mouth and are held in place with a strap. They are a good option for those who breathe through their mouth, have nasal obstructions or congestion, or those who prefer a more secure mask.

What is the best full face CPAP mask?

While the most suitable full face CPAP mask can vary based on personal preferences and needs, we recommend the ResMed AirFit™ F20 Full Face Mask with Headgear and the Fisher & Paykel Evora™ Full Face CPAP Mask with Headgear as good options to consider.

What are the best Nasal CPAP Masks?

Our best sellers include the ResMed AirFit™ N20 Nasal Mask with Headgear and the ResMed AirFit™ N30i Nasal Mask with Headgear. These masks are popular and have received positive feedback from many customers who often return to replace them.

What is the best CPAP nasal pillow mask?

While the best CPAP nasal pillow mask can vary based on individual preferences and needs, we suggest considering the ResMed AirFit™ P10 Nasal Pillow Mask with Headgear. It's a comfortable and non-invasive option that may work well for a variety of patients, and it has a minimalistic design.

How often to replace CPAP mask?

CPAP masks should generally be replaced every 3-6 months, but this can vary. Check your mask for signs of wear and replace as needed. Replace the cushion or pillows every 1-3 months for a proper fit.

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