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CPAP Masks

Selecting the right CPAP mask is vital to long-term success with CPAP therapy. We offer a variety of different mask styles from the top manufacturers—you’re guaranteed to find a mask that best fits your needs. All our masks are in-stock and ready to ship. Plus, with our risk-free, money-back guarantee, try any mask for 30 days until you find the one that works for you! 

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Types of CPAP Masks

CPAP masks are broken down into three types: full face, nasal, and nasal pillows. Full face masks typically cover both the mouth and nose. Nasal masks cover or cradle the nose while nasal pillow masks are inserted directly into the nostrils. Every user has their own mask preference for comfort. The following sections will further break down the differences in these masks.

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There's a Mask For Every Lifestyle

Finding the right mask is key to your CPAP success. We know that everybody is unique and has their own individual lifestyle needs. Our sleep experts have handpicked the newest and most innovative products to deliver the most comfortable for effective therapy. Here’s what we recommend.

Mouth Breather

If you breathe through your mouth, you need a design that can deliver air to both the nose and mouth for minimal dryness.

TV Friendly

These masks provide an open field of vision, so watch TV, read a book, or simply relax in bed comfortably.

Active Sleeper

If you toss and turn, you need a mask that can keep you from getting tangled through the night.

Designed for Her

Uniquely designed masks created for a woman. These masks cater to a female facial structure and offer additional for her mask preferences.

Claustrophobic

Hate that feeling of something pressing down on your face? These masks are lightweight and designed for minimal (if any!) facial contact.

Facial Hair

These masks are designed for those with mustaches or beards, don’t let your facial hair get in the way of a good seal!

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Common CPAP Mask Frequently Asked Questions

How often does a CPAP mask need to be replaced?

Your full CPAP mask should be replaced once a year. In addition, headgear should be replaced every 6 months and cushions should be replaced every 3-5 months.

Do you offer a 30-day Money Back Guarantee on all CPAP masks?

Yes, we offer a 30-day risk-free trial with a money-back guarantee on some products. Check out the product description or contact us to learn more.

Do you require a prescription to order a CPAP mask?

The FDA has classified CPAP machines and masks as Class II medical devices and therefore, they require a prescription.

What is the Price Match Guarantee on CPAP masks?

With our online lowest price match guarantee, you can rest assured you are paying the best price for your purchase. If you find a lower price on the same CPAP mask at an authorized online retailer within 7 days of purchase, we will refund the difference. If you see the product listed lower at an authorized online retailer, please contact us at 866.414.9700 for a price match.

How does a CPAP mask work?

Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy is used to treat obstructive sleep apnea. A CPAP machine delivers pressurized air to keep your airways open as you sleep at night. The machine works by drawing air from the room, filtering and pressurizing it, and delivering it at a predetermined setting specific to your needs. The machine is connected to the CPAP mask by a flexible hose (sometimes heated) in order to deliver pressurized air. CPAP masks come in various shapes and sizes, each suited for different facial features. Finding a comfortable mask is the first step to finding long-term success with CPAP therapy.

How do you decide which CPAP mask is best for you?

There are several factors that go into selecting the right CPAP mask to match your needs. Different masks are best suited for individual breathing needs, sleep habits, and comfort levels.

To start, we ask how you typically breathe while you are sleeping. If you breathe with your mouth open while you sleep, a full face CPAP mask is the best choice. This is the mask of choice for those who have nasal obstructions or frequent congestion. The mask only touches the outside of the face, so it may be good for those who have claustrophobia. It works well for those with high CPAP pressure settings and those who sleep on their back.

If you breathe through your nose, a nasal CPAP mask is better. Nasal masks have a wide range of sizes and fits, so finding the perfect fit is easy. They deliver more natural airflow and are better for high-pressure settings. They are good for people who move around in their sleep or sleep on their side as the suction keeps the mask in place. They are not ideal for people with allergies or those who suffer from blocked sinuses.

A nasal pillow CPAP mask is the smallest of CPAP masks and delivers pressurized air through two soft nasal tubes inserted into the nostrils. It is good for active sleepers who toss and turn at night and for those with facial hair that may have leakage with other types of masks.

And for those who struggle with redness or facial lines, claustrophobia, or damaged hair, we have Bleep, a CPAP mask without headgear.

What does 30-Day Money Back Guarantee on CPAP masks mean?

Our 30-day mask guarantee allows you to return the purchased CPAP mask within 30 days of the delivery date. You are responsible for return shipping costs. Learn more about our refund and return policy.

Do you offer free shipping on CPAP masks?

The CPAP Shop offers free shipping on all orders over $99. We often offer additional promotions, including free shipping, at different times throughout the year. You can sign up for our newsletter to stay updated on sales, the latest products, and trends.

Do you have any customer resources to help you get started?

At The CPAP Shop, we believe in giving our customers all the tools and advice they need for long-term success. Jose Acosta, CRT, staff respiratory therapist, has created an extensive video gallery that includes reviews and comparisons of top CPAP masks. Our CPAP blog includes expert tips, reviews, new product launches, and the latest research.
Here are a few must-reads to get you started:

As always, our knowledgeable staff is only a chat, email, or phone call away! We’re happy to offer you our advice on finding a product that best suits your needs.

Where can I buy CPAP mask parts?

The CPAP Shop sells both CPAP masks and their parts. The CPAP Shop is an FDA authorized seller for selling CPAP appliances with a solid and trustworthy reputation. You can buy CPAP mask parts here.

If the size does not fit me correctly, can I change my mask?

Many of our masks come with a multi-pack of cushions to guarantee the best fit the first time. If you have any questions, please contact our customer care team for help. We offer a 30-day money-back guarantee on most CPAP masks to allow you to try the mask and make sure it fits your needs. If the mask you try on doesn't work, our experts may have a better recommendation for you. Call us at 866.414.9700. Read our Refund Policy.

How do I choose the best mask for my CPAP machine?

Our website provides all the necessary information required for you to buy a CPAP mask for your CPAP machine. Read through product details or contact us online via chat, email, or by phone at 866.414.9700 for more information. Our customer care service is here to help you.

How long will it take to get my CPAP mask delivered?

If the order is made before 3:30 pm EST from Monday to Friday, then The CPAP Shop ships the order on the same day. Usually, it takes 1-5 business days to get delivered to anywhere within the USA.

Can I pick up my CPAP mask from your store?

The CPAP Shop has a showroom at 159 Cooper Rd, West Berlin, NJ. All orders can be picked up at this location.