CPAP Mask Buying Guide

CPAP Mask Buying Guide

The CPAP masks in stock are from premium brands in the industry and are made for total comfort and convenience. The different mask and strap designs are created to suit your needs, whether you toss and turn in your sleep, or require a mask that fits you in the right spots. All CPAP masks take some getting used to, and you will need to do some comparing and trying-on before you find the one that is right for you and your needs.

Brands: ResMed, Respirionics, DeVilbiss, Hans Rudolph

Nasal Masks

This type of CPAP mask is ideal over nasal pillows for using air at a constant higher pressure. They've been known to be more comfortable and less constricting than full face masks. It just fits across the bottom of your nose, leaving the rest of your face free.CPAP Nasal Mask

ResMed Mirage FX for Her Nasal Mask with Headgear – Requires little assembly and fits most smaller faces. This mask was designed mostly for women because of its ability to fit smaller, more delicate features. The contoured soft headgear prevents chaffing and discomfort along the straps across the forehead. The patented air vent design reduced the noise on exhale, and the air cushion design is made for maximum comfort.

Respironics ComfortFusion Nasal CPAP Mask with Headgear – This comes in small and medium sizes, and the latex cushioning around the contact points on the face allow for further sizing adjustments. You can purchase replacement cushioning when the originals begin to wear out and lose their sealing, or if your face changes shape with age or weight loss or gain.

Respironics Optilife Nasal Pillow and CradleCushion CPAP Mask with Headgear – This versatile nasal mask also comes with nasal pillow attachments. Two different nasal cushion styles are available – the cradle cushion for a traditional nasal mask fit, and the pillows that fit within your nostrils. The nasal cushions and nasal pillows come in different sizes, corresponding to the size of the mask you get – small/medium and medium/large. The headgear is easy to adjust and won't pinch or cause red lines in your skin.

Respironics EasyLife Nasal Mask FitPack with Headgear – This nasal mask is especially light and comfortable and adjusts it self to the contours of your face. The head straps meet in the back for extra stability. You can count on this mask to not shift while you move in your sleep. Very simple design and no-brainer assembly.

Respironics EasyLife Nasal Mask with Headgear – Another self-adjusting mask designed for maximum stability. It comes in the sizes of petite, small, medium, medium wide and large, so you will be able to find one that fits your face both snugly and comfortably. The cushioning is easy to replace if it begins to show signs of wear.

Respironics TrueBlue Nasal CPAP Mask & Headgear – The silicone gel outer cushion flap is inflatable, so you can impress more air into it for a better seal against your face. The rest of it fits loosely, so this is an ideal mask for someone who has previously had trouble with masks fitting around the bridge of the nose. The frame spring allows the mask to move with your face while you sleep. The available sizes are petite, small, medium, medium wide and large.

Respironics ComfortGel Blue Nasal CPAP Mask with Headgear – This mask is latex free and with the comfort gel design, it easily conforms to your face and reduces the noise level when you breathe out. The EZ peel tabs on the headgear make it extremely easy to adjust. It swivels easily so there is no pulling when you turn in your sleep. It comes in petite, small, medium and large.

DeVilbiss SomnoPlus Nasal Mask – This mask is very small, lightweight and built with the active sleeper in mind. If you are very sensitive to anything on your face and if you move around a lot in your sleep, this is the idea mask for you. Sizes are extra small, small, medium and large.

DeVilbiss EasyFit GEL Nasal CPAP Mask – The EasyFit GEL only weighs 5 ounces and was designed with a composite of 50,000 facial shapes in mind, to accommodate as many people as possible with its shape. It comes in small, medium and large.

Full Face Masks

People who mostly breathe through their mouths when they sleep will require a full face CPAP mask to get the air pressure they need.

CPAP Full Face Mask ResMed Quattro FX Full Face Mask with Headgear – This mask is ideal for you if you are most comfortable sleeping on your side, because of its tube swivel technology and fewer points of contact on the face. The Spring Air technology makes it flexible against your face without breaking the seal. The sizes are small, medium and large.

DeVilbiss EasyFit Silicone Full Face CPAP Mask – Especially quite exhaust port, so noise is reduced when you exhale. The fitting was designed just as the DeVilbiss EasyFir nasal mask, using a 50,000 face shape composite for the contour. It comes in the sizes of small, medium, large and extra large.

DeVilbiss EasyFit GEL Full Face CPAP Mask – This features the ball and socket swivel design that makes it easy to move during sleep without any shifts or disturbances. It's extremely lightweight at only 5 ounces, and is another that was designed using the 50,000 composite of different shapes of faces. Sizes available are small, medium and large.

Hans Rudolph 7600 V2 Full Face Mask & Headgear – The cushioning that comes in contact with the facial features is made of a thin, soft silicone. This unique cushion design uses a series of flanges and provides a stable seal while conforming to the contours of your face. This comes in a wide variety of sizes, ranging in petite, extra small, small, medium and large.

Nasal Pillows

With a small and simple design, the two soft pillows fit into your nostrils, and the adapter on them fits into the end of the CPAP tubing. These are ideal for comfort and for sleep apnea patients who need lower air pressures.

CPAP Nasal Pillow Mask ResMed Swift FX Nasal Pillow System – The nasals that rest inside your nostrils come in the sizes of small, medium and large to best fit your nose, and the tube that rests against the bottom of your nose is small and extremely soft and flexible. This mask makes moving around easy, without the nasal pillows coming lose.

ResMed Swift FX for Her Nasal Pillow System – The headgear that comes with this mask makes it easy to arrange your hair underneath or over the straps, whichever way is more comfortable for you. It features spring-flex tubing and soft facial contours so you will hardly even notice that it's there. This is a one size fits most mask.

DeVilbiss Bravo CPAP Nasal Pillow – The pillows are totally interchangeable, and it allows the patient to change the positioning of the tubing and head gear to whatever is most comfortable. Small, medium and large sized pillows are included with this mask. The active swivel makes this mask great for people who toss and turn in their sleep.

Respironics GoLife for Women Nasal Pillow CPAP Mask – This nasal pillow mask has been designed with the delicate facial features and smaller faces of women in mind. The seal remains tight while being highly flexible and soft, while giving you a 360 degree swivel range of motion. It only weighs 5 ounces and is one size fits most.

Respironics OptiLife Nasal Pillow CPAP Mask with Headgear – This features the cradle cushion technology, and two types of cushions are available. It comes in the sizes of petite, small, medium and large. The soft flexible tubing reduces tension when you switch positions or turn your face from side to side.

Respironics ComfortLite 2 Cushion and Nasal Pillow CPAP Mask with Headgear – This mask adapts to three types of Nasal Cushions. The pillows cushions, which is standard to nasal pillow masks, the Simple Cushion, which is narrow and shorter to accommodate mustaches, and the Direct Seal, which seals against each nostril without needing to be inserted. It comes with two sets of nasal cushions, small/medium and medium/large. This mask sits against your forehead, and it only weighs 5 ounces.

How to Choose a CPAP Mask


Determine which type is best for you – full face, nasal mask or nasal pillow mask – by how much general air pressure you need. If you need a smaller amount in general (below 10 cmH2O), you can try the nasal pillows. For higher a amounts(10 cm H2O or more), you can try a nasal mask. If you breathe through your mouth most of the time while you sleep, you will need a full face mask.

Next, go by the size and shape of your face when choosing a CPAP mask. Measure the width of your nose or the width of your mouth (depending on which part of your face will be fitted to the mask, according to which type of mask you need) and purchase the mask with the dimensions that match up to the dimensions of your face.