Snugz Mask Liners (2 ct)
Snugz Mask Liners (2 ct)
Snugz Mask Liners (2 ct)
Snugz Mask Liners (2 ct)
Snugz Mask Liners (2 ct)
Snugz Mask Liners (2 ct)
Snugz Mask Liners (2 ct)
Snugz Mask Liners (2 ct)
Snugz Mask Liners (2 ct)
Snugz Mask Liners (2 ct)
Snugz Mask Liners (2 ct)
Snugz Mask Liners (2 ct)
Snugz Mask Liners (2 ct)

Snugz Mask Liners (2 ct)

WakeWell

Regular price $30.00 Sale

Let’s face it, the CPAP experience leaves much to be desired. Noisy mask leaks impede your therapy and wake you up. And in the morning, you are faced with pressure marks and skin irritation. 

Snugz moisture-wicking and easy-to-use Snugz liners will wrap snugly around most CPAP masks and rest softly on your face to help reduce noisy leaks, prevent redness and irritation, and feel great against your skin.

Snugz are latex free, machine washable, and made in the USA.  Two Snugz liners per package - replace every 90 days.

*Snugz Full-Face Mask Liners will fit all nose-and-mouth masks except for the ResMed Mirage Quattro and the Fisher & Paykel Forma XL.  They also not recommended for under-the-nose style masks such as the Respironics Amara View or DreamWear and the ResMed F30, or total face masks such as the Respironics FitLife.

**Snugz Nasal Mask Liners will fit all nasal masks, but are not intended for nasal pillows (under the nose).

***A note about mask leakage***
A better seal does not necessarily mean a more airtight seal. Snugz provide a better seal by allowing some “micro-leakage” through the fabric. This breathability not only keeps your mask feeling cooler, but prevents a sweaty, slippery mask cushion interface that will inevitably slip and lead to loud noisy leaks that wake you up.  With Snugz, those noisy leaks and disturbances should be greatly reduced, if not eliminated, and your sleep quality should improve. Your CPAP machine may register some leakage and it may be possible to feel some leakage through the Snugz fabric. Modern CPAP machines, however, automatically adjust for such leakage and what matters most is your AHI and having fewer disturbances. While it’s always smart to check with your care provider, if you are sleeping better with reduced disturbances, and your AHI is low, your Snugz is doing its job.