Over time headgear may stretch out, requiring adjustments to the fit and positioning of the mask. Replacing headgear is much more cost efficient than replacing an entire mask.
Your first mask will come with a set of nasal pillows, but many users like to have extra pairs on hand. To maintain proper hygiene and a good seal, nasal pillows should be replaced every six months or sooner.
Tired of mouth leaks? What about dry mouth? If your mouth opens during sleep, we recommend trying a chinstrap. Stretchy, elastic material holds your jaw in place, allowing your sleep therapy equipment to work more effectively.
Cleanliness is an important part of achieving pleasant sleep therapy. Using mask wipes in between thorough cleanings will keep your mask fresh and help remove the oils that break down your cushion, helping it last longer.
When cleaning your mask it is important to get hospital strength with a soft touch. Control III is silicone safe and non-toxic when diluted, so it will effectively cleanse your mask without breaking down cushions or other delicate parts.
Tired of red marks and rubbing? Mask strap pads add extra padding between you and your mask straps, cutting down on the irritation causing red marks.
Reducing irritation to nares may be as simple as lubricating skin coming in contact with mask parts. Try one of our hypoallergenic options to protect your sensitive skin.
Many users encounter mask leaks because their pillow moves their mask out of place. Choose from one of our CPAP friendly alternatives for increased comfort and fewer leaks.
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