Start your therapy with the right CPAP mask
Choosing a mask that’s comfortable and effective for you is an important first step on your CPAP therapy journey. We’ve divided our masks into three categories, Minimalist, Freedom and Versatile Fit, to help guide you to a CPAP mask that suits your needs.
CPAP mask categories that suit the way you sleep
Are you a simplicity lover? You want a CPAP mask that:
Help combat claustrophia with an under-the-nose cushion, makes you feel less self-conscious and allows you to wave goodbye to red marks on the bridge of the nose. Our Minimalist mask category features masks that are designed to meet those needs.
Minimalist CPAP masks
If you’re a simplicity lover, our minimalists masks are designed for you.
Are you an active sleeper? You want a CPAP mask that:
Eliminates red marks on the bridge of you nose and lets you move as you please with a tube-up design and 360◦ elbow, keeping belly sleeping an option throughout the night. Our Freedom mask category features masks that are designed to meet those needs.
Freedom CPAP masks
If you’re an active sleeper, tube-up Freedom masks are designed for you.
Are you a reassurance seeker? You want a CPAP mask that:
Fits your face easily, provides an effective seal, and is compatible with silicone and AirTouch foam cushions, for when you need extra comfort and want to limit red facial marks. Our Versatile Fit mask category features masks that are designed to meet those needs.
Versatile Fit CPAP masks
If you’re a reassurance seeker, Versatile Fit masks are designed for you
Still have questions about CPAP masks?
What’s the difference between full-face, nasal, and nasal pillows masks? How should I choose my mask size? What’s mask leak and how can I combat it? Read the answers to all these questions and more in our FAQ page, where you’ll find lots of information to help you understand your CPAP mask better.
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