CPAP Masks

A comfortable CPAP mask is the most important part of your CPAP therapy! With our wide selection and 30-day mask guarantee you're sure to find the best fit for your sleeping position and breathing style. Browse top names like Fisher & Paykel, ResMed, Philips Respironics, and more!

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  1. Fisher & Paykel Solo Nasal CPAP Mask

    Fisher & Paykel Solo™ Nasal CPAP Mask

    As low as $78.00

  2. ResMed AirFit F40 Full Face CPAP Mask

    ResMed AirFit™ F40 Full Face CPAP Mask

    As low as $124.00

  3. AirFit F20 Full Face CPAP Mask

    ResMed AirFit™ F20 Full Face CPAP Mask

    As low as $118.00

  4. ResMed AirTouch N20 Nasal CPAP Mask

    ResMed AirTouch™ N20 Nasal CPAP Mask

    As low as $97.00

  5. ResMed AirFit F30i Full Face CPAP Mask

    ResMed AirFit™ F30i Full Face CPAP Mask

    As low as $138.00

  6. ResMed AirFit P10 Nasal Pillow CPAP Mask

    ResMed AirFit™ P10 Nasal Pillow CPAP Mask

    As low as $80.00

  7. Bleep Eclipse™ Halos™

    Bleep Eclipse™ Halos™

    $17.99
  8. Fisher & Paykel Brevida

    Fisher & Paykel Brevida™ Nasal Pillow CPAP Mask

    As low as $58.00

  9.  AirFit N20 Nasal Mask

    ResMed AirFit™ N20 Nasal CPAP Mask

    As low as $68.00

  10. ResMed Mirage Quattro™ Full Face CPAP Mask

    ResMed Mirage Quattro™ Full Face CPAP Mask

    As low as $145.00

  11. Fisher & Paykel Simplus Full Face CPAP Mask

    Fisher & Paykel Simplus™ Full Face CPAP Mask

    As low as $104.00

  12. Philips Respironics DreamWear Nasal CPAP Mask

    Philips Respironics DreamWear Nasal CPAP Mask

    As low as $54.00

  13. ResMed AirFit N30i Nasal CPAP Mask

    ResMed AirFit™ N30i Nasal CPAP Mask

    As low as $84.00

  14. ResMed AirFit™ F10 Full Face CPAP Mask

    ResMed AirFit™ F10 Full Face CPAP Mask

    As low as $124.00

  15. Fisher & Paykel Opus™ 360 Nasal Pillow CPAP Mask Frame System

    Fisher & Paykel Opus™ 360 Nasal Pillow CPAP Mask Frame System

    $39.99
  16. ResMed Mirage™ FX Nasal CPAP Mask

    ResMed Mirage™ FX Nasal CPAP Mask

    As low as $84.00

  17. Fisher & Paykel Opus™ 360 Nasal Pillow CPAP Mask

    Fisher & Paykel Opus™ 360 Nasal Pillow CPAP Mask

    As low as $39.99

  18. ResMed Quattro™ Air Full Face CPAP Mask

    ResMed Quattro™ Air Full Face CPAP Mask

    As low as $94.00

  19. Fisher & Paykel Eson™ 2 Nasal CPAP Mask

    Fisher & Paykel Eson™ 2 Nasal CPAP Mask

    As low as $62.00

  20. Bleep Eclipse™ Starter Kit

    Bleep Eclipse™ Starter Kit

    $89.99
  21. Fisher & Paykel Eson™ Nasal CPAP Mask

    Fisher & Paykel Eson™ Nasal CPAP Mask

    As low as $58.00

  22. ResMed Swift™ FX Nasal Pillows System and Headgear

    ResMed Swift™ FX Nasal Pillow CPAP Mask

    As low as $67.00

  23. AirFit F20 For Her Full Face Mask

    ResMed AirFit™ F20 for Her Full Face CPAP Mask

    As low as $118.00

  24. ResMed Quattro™ FX Full Face Mask Complete System

    ResMed Quattro™ FX Full Face CPAP Mask

    As low as $88.00

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A comfortable CPAP mask is the most important part of your CPAP therapy! With our wide selection and 30-day mask guarantee you're sure to find the best fit for your sleeping position and breathing style. Browse top names like Fisher & Paykel, ResMed, Philips Respironics, and more!

Types of CPAP Masks

Most CPAP users find a secure but comfortable fit with one of these three CPAP mask styles:

  • Full Face CPAP Mask
  • Nasal CPAP Mask
  • Nasal Pillow CPAP Mask

Full Face CPAP Masks

A full face CPAP mask offers full coverage over both nose and mouth. It’s preferred for people who breathe through the mouth, alternate between nose and mouth, or who experience frequent nasal congestion or allergies.

Full face masks have a larger coverage area than other types, which means that the pressure from the CPAP machine is dispersed over a larger area.  A full face mask can accommodate higher pressure settings as well. Unlike previous full face mask designs, modern designs offer less obstruction to your field of vision. Many newer products will allow you to easily read or watch TV in bed as you settle in for sleep therapy.

Full face masks are not suitable for those who have facial hair, which can interfere with the mask seal. People who sleep on their stomach may also not be able to use certain full face mask styles.

Full face masks work best for:

  • People with high pressure settings
  • People with frequent allergies or nasal congestion
  • Those who breathe through their mouths
  • Back sleepers, some side sleepers

Nasal CPAP Masks

Nasal CPAP masks are designed to create a secure seal around the nose only, which gives them a smaller profile and makes them ideal for people who breathe primarily through their nose. The mask's design enables users to move comfortably from side to side without compromising the seal, making it a good choice for active sleepers as well as side, back, and some stomach sleepers.

The minimalist design of nasal CPAP masks can be less intimidating and claustrophobic for some users compared to other sleep apnea masks. This can lead to improved comfort and compliance with CPAP therapy.

Since nasal CPAP masks have a smaller coverage area, there is less direct contact with the skin. This can reduce skin irritation and pressure marks that can sometimes occur with larger masks. Nasal masks are not the best choice for people who have frequent nasal congestion, deviated septum, or other nasal features that make it difficult to breathe normally through the nose.

Nasal masks work well for:

  • Side sleepers, back sleepers, active sleepers
  • Those who breathe primarily through the nose
  • Those who like to read or watch TV before bed
  • Those who want a smaller mask, but not direct airflow to the nostrils

Nasal Pillows CPAP Masks

Nasal pillow CPAP masks provide airflow directly into the nostrils. Unlike traditional CPAP masks that cover the nose and/or mouth, nasal pillow masks consist of small cushioned inserts that fit into the nostrils. These cushions are called "pillows," and they are typically made from soft, flexible silicone or other materials.

Nasal pillow masks are lightweight and have the smallest profile of all types of CPAP masks, which can make them a good choice for individuals who feel claustrophobic or uncomfortable with larger masks. Since they also have the least contact with the face, there is less chance for skin irritation. They also offer a wider field of vision compared to other mask options, which can be helpful for those who like to read, watch TV, or wear glasses before sleep. They are generally quieter than masks that cover the nose and mouth.

Nasal pillow CPAP masks are not suitable for everyone, including people who breathe through their mouths. Some individuals might find them uncomfortable if they have sensitivity around the nostrils or if they experience frequent congestion. 

Nasal pillows CPAP masks work best for:

  • Side, back, stomach sleepers, as well as active sleepers
  • Those who breathe primarily through the nose
  • Those who like to read or watch TV before bed
  • Those who want a small mask with minimal face contact

How Do I Know Which Size CPAP Mask I Need?

The truth is CPAP mask sizes vary between brands and models, and the only surefire way to know if yours is perfect or not is to try it on.

However, if you are not able to try on your mask, our mask fitting technology can help ensure you find the best one to meet your needs. Simply download the app on any smartphone, take a photo of your face, and let the algorithm determine which of the latest CPAP models fit your unique face shape the first time.

How Can I Qualify for a CPAP Mask Through Insurance?

Fill out our qualification form! We will work with your insurance provider to have your new CPAP supplies shipped directly to your home. A regular schedule will be established, and you’ll never have to worry about reordering CPAP supplies again!

How Often Do I Need to Replace My CPAP Supplies?

  • Every 2 weeks: Replace cushions, pillows, and disposable filters
  • Every month: Replace full-face mask cushions
  • Every 3 months: Replace masks and tubing
  • Every 6 months: Replace headgear, chinstraps, non-disposable filters, and humidifier water chambers