Full face CPAP masks
These blow air through both your nose and mouth and could be a good option if you’re a mouth breather or you suffer from allergies/conditions which might block your nose. For more information on which type of CPAP mask might suit you best, go to our Mask Advisor page.
Which CPAP mask style is right for me?
CPAP masks come in different designs. If you’re new to CPAP or are updating an existing mask, the different options can be a tricky landscape to navigate. Our Mask Categories help you find your way to your ideal mask by separating models out according to your needs. Start by thinking about how you like to sleep at night, then read on to find out which category could suit your sleep style.
About our CPAP masks categories
Did you know, all of our AirFit and AirTouch masks are now categorised to help you find your ideal mask a little easier? Check out our three mask categories:
Minimalist masks are designed to be discreet, small and simple, for people who want a mask that blends in.
Freedom masks are designed for belly sleepers or those who like to move around during the night and need their mask tube to stay firmly out of the way.
Versatile fit masks are designed for those who want to find a mask to fit them easily.