Masks

The right CPAP mask is key to a good night's sleep! With hundreds to choose from you're sure to find the best CPAP mask for you. Shop top brands – like ResMed, Philips Respironics, and Fisher & Paykel – with popular masks like AirFit, Dreamwear, Simplus, Brevida, & more! Click here to take our mask survey.

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    Mirage Activa LT Nasal Mask Without Headgear By ResMed

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30 Day Mask Guarantee

Choose your next mask with confidence with our 30-day guarantee on new CPAP masks. If you’re not fully satisfied with your purchase, you’ll get the full amount towards a new mask– at no extra cost!

Learn more about our 30-Day Mask Guarantee

What Type of CPAP Mask Do I Need?

Finding the right CPAP mask starts with choosing the right mask type. Most CPAP users find a comfortable fit with one of these three main mask styles:

Full Face CPAP Mask

Delivers airflow to the mouth and nose. Typically seals around the mouth and over the bridge of the nose, but may cradle underneath the nose instead.

Sleeping Position: Back sleepers, some side sleepers

Cushion Materials: Silicone, Memory Foam

Best For:

  • People with high pressure settings
  • People with chronic allergies or nasal congestion
  • Mouth breathers

Popular Examples:

  • Philips Respironics Dreamwear Full Face
  • ResMed AirFit F20/ AirTouch F20
  • Philips Respironics Amara View

Nasal CPAP Mask

Delivers airflow to the nasal area, but not directly inside. Typically covers the entire nose, but may cradle underneath the nostrils instead.

Sleeping Position: Back sleepers, side sleepers, active sleepers

Cushion Materials: Silicone, Memory Foam

Best For:

  • People who like to read or watch TV before bed
  • CPAP users who toss-and-turn

Popular Examples:

  • Fisher & Paykel Evora
  • ResMed AirFit N30i
  • Philips Respironics Dreamwear Nasal

Nasal Pillow CPAP Mask

Delivers airflow directly into the nasal cavity. Two soft pillows rest just inside the nostrils and inflate slightly to create a secure but comfortable seal.

Sleeping Position: Back sleepers, side sleepers, active sleepers, stomach sleepers

Cushion Materials: Silicone, Gel/Comfortgel

Best For:

  • People who prefer minimal contact
  • CPAP users who experience claustrophobia
  • People with facial hair

Popular Examples:

  • Fisher & Paykel Brevida
  • ResMed AirFit P10
  • ResMed Swift FX

Do CPAP Masks Require a Prescription?

Many of your favorite CPAP masks are available prescription-free thanks to our convenient mask assembly kits! However, fully assembled CPAP masks or any masks purchased through insurance do require a prescription.

If you need help obtaining or updating your prescription, your personal CPAPsupplies.com Sleep Specialist can help!

CPAP Mask Replacement Schedule

To keep your CPAP therapy both effective and hygienic you should replace the individual parts of your mask according to the recommended schedule. This will help ensure that your CPAP mask is clean and free from air leakage, and always maintains the perfect fit.

  • Nasal pillows - Every 2 weeks
  • Nasal mask cushions - Every 2 weeks
  • Full Face mask cushions - Every 4 weeks
  • Mask Frame - Every 3 months
  • Headgear - Every 6 months
  • Chin straps - Every 6 months
  • 30 Day Mask Guarantee

    Choose your next mask with confidence with our 30-day guarantee on new CPAP masks. If you’re not fully satisfied with your purchase, you’ll get the full amount towards a new mask– at no extra cost!

    Learn more about our 30-Day Mask Guarantee

  • What Type of CPAP Mask Do I Need?

    Full Face CPAP Mask

    Delivers airflow to the mouth and nose. Typically seals around the mouth and over the bridge of the nose, but may cradle underneath the nose instead.

    Sleeping Position: Back sleepers, some side sleepers

    Cushion Materials: Silicone, Memory Foam

    Best For:

    • People with high-pressure settings
    • People with chronic allergies or nasal congestion
    • Mouth breathers

    Popular Examples:

    • Philips Respironics Dreamwear Full Face
    • ResMed AirFit F20/ AirTouch F20
    • Philips Respironics Amara View

    Nasal CPAP Mask

    Delivers airflow to the nasal area, but not directly inside. Typically covers the entire nose, but may cradle underneath the nostrils instead.

    Sleeping Position: Back sleepers, side sleepers, active sleepers

    Cushion Materials: Silicone, Memory Foam

    Best For:

    • People who like to read or watch TV before bed
    • CPAP users who toss-and-turn

    Popular Examples:

    • Fisher & Paykel Evora
    • ResMed AirFit N30i
    • Philips Respironics Dreamwear Nasal

    Nasal Pillow CPAP Mask

    Delivers airflow directly into the nasal cavity. Two soft pillows rest just inside the nostrils and inflate slightly to create a secure but comfortable seal.

    Sleeping Position: Back sleepers, side sleepers, active sleepers, stomach sleepers

    Cushion Materials: Silicone, Gel/Comfortgel

    Best For:

    • People who prefer minimal contact
    • CPAP users who experience claustrophobia
    • People with facial hair

    Popular Examples:

    • Fisher & Paykel Brevida
    • ResMed AirFit P10
    • ResMed Swift FX
  • Do CPAP Masks Require a Prescription?

    Choose your next mask with confidence with our 30-day guarantee on new CPAP masks. If you’re not fully satisfied with your purchase, you’ll get the full amount towards a new mask– at no extra cost!

    Learn more about our 30-Day Mask Guarantee

  • CPAP Mask Replacement Schedule

    To keep your CPAP therapy both effective and hygienic you should replace the individual parts of your mask according to the recommended schedule. This will help ensure that your CPAP mask is clean and free from air leakage, and always maintains the perfect fit.

    • Nasal pillows - Every 2 weeks
    • Nasal mask cushions - Every 2 weeks
    • Full Face mask cushions - Every 4 weeks
    • Mask Frame - Every 3 months
    • Headgear - Every 6 months
    • Chin straps - Every 6 months