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CPAP Full Face Masks

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Amara View CPAP Full Mask by Philips
$89.00$169.00
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DreamWear Full Face CPAP Mask By Philips
$119.00$169.00
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AirFit F30 CPAP Full Face Mask - ResMed
$114.00$169.00
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ResMed AirFit F30i Full Face CPAP Mask
$143.10$159.00
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Vitera Full Face CPAP Mask with Headgear by Fisher & Paykel
$149.00
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ResMed Quattro Air Full Face CPAP Mask
$119.00$176.00
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ResMed Mirage Quattro Full Face CPAP Mask
$99.00$176.00
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Simplus CPAP Mask Full Face - Fisher & Paykel
$135.00
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AirFit F10 Full Face CPAP Mask - ResMed
$149.00$176.00
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ResMed Quattro FX Full Face CPAP Mask
$114.99$185.00
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AirTouch F20 Full Face CPAP Mask - ResMed
$124.00$154.00
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AirFit F20 Full Face CPAP Mask - ResMed
$119.00$149.00
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ResMed Quattro FX for Her Full Face CPAP Mask
$114.99$185.00
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FitLife CPAP Mask Total Face - Philips
$149.00$169.00
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SleepWeaver Anew Soft Cloth CPAP Mask - Full Face
$99.00
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Hybrid Full Face CPAP Mask
APEX Medical WiZARD 220 Full Face CPAP Mask
$80.00$105.00
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Ultra Mirage Full Face CPAP Mask - ResMed
$99.00$167.00
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ResMed Quattro Air for Her Full Face CPAP Mask
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Benefits of a Full Face CPAP

If you sleep with your mouth open, a full face CPAP mask can prevent the air from leaking through your mouth. Full face CPAP masks also are regarded as more comfortable than other masks because they deliver air to both the nose and the mouth, preventing dryness.

Do any of the following characteristics describe you? If so, you might be a full-facer! Talk with your doctor to determine whether you need a full face mask.


The Flycatcher

Also known as The Mouthbreather, if you sleep with your mouth open and have found you also have sleep apnea, you may want to try a full face mask. If you use a nasal pillow and sleep with your mouth open (even slightly) while using the machine, the air will simply escape and make your therapy ineffective.

The Desert Tongue

There's nothing much worse than the sandy feel of your tongue when you wake with dry mouth. Even if you sleep with your mouth only slightly open, dry, warm air from your bedroom can whisk the moisture right out of your mouth. A humidifier can help a little bit, but if you wake with drool on your pillow and a dry tongue, you may need to switch masks.

The Sinus Sleeper

If you suffer chronic or seasonal allergies, or have a cold, sinus infection, or other malady related to your nasal passages, you'll need the power of a full face mask to get enough pressure into your airways. Keep one as a backup just in case, so you're never caught without your treatments.

The Blaster

If your CPAP machine needs to be set to a high pressure, a nasal pillow isn't going to cut it. While a nasal seal will break with any pressure above 15 cm H20, full face masks are made for the extra power.

If for some reason, you are not able to wear a full face mask, opt for adding a chinstrap to your treatment accessories as an added layer of security. Your health is paramount! Shop RespShop to make your therapy as effective as possible with full face masks and more.

First time CPAP user and not sure which one to choose? Read our latest CPAP mask buying guide, and Respshop's 10 top rated CPAP masks in 2021


A full face CPAP mask can be the right option for many different types of sleepers. At RespShop.com, we have everyone covered with our selection of full face CPAP masks. The severity of sleep apnea can depend on several different things, so there are many different types of CPAP masks. Nasal pillow CPAP masks that attach to the nose are not ideal for everyone.