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Silent Night CPAP Nasal Mask Liner

  • $24.95


Silent Night Nasal CPAP Mask Liners are designed to help prevent air leaks and pressure marks. The liners are "One Size Fits Most" and fit a majority of nasal masks. Antibacterial Micro Pillow™ fabric protects the skin from moisture accumulation, firm mask lines, and sores due to an overtightened mask. To keep their positioning throughout the night, Quick Stick™ adhesive tabs were integrated into the unique design. Each liner lasts between six to eight days, so this pack of four is expected to last about a month.

Nasal CPAP Mask Liners by Silent Night are antibacterial liners engineered to protect the skin from the harsh lines of a mask. Strong, woven fibers create the barrier, while 3 sets of innovative Quick Stick™ tabs adhere to the exterior of the mask to help maintain the placement of the liner during sleep therapy.

Features

  • Quick Stick™ Tabs
  • Sustainable Materials

 

Quick Stick™ Tabs

Quick Stick™ tabs are attached to the mask liner to aid in securing the liner to the mask. The non-toxic, adhesive tabs are found along the rim of the liner just above the curve of the cheek. Gently lay the material over the cushion of the mask and attach the tabs to the mask frame. The mask liner is intended to keep its position throughout the night, helping reduce leaks and improve comfort.

If adjustments are needed once the liner has been placed on the mask, the Silent Night Nasal CPAP Mask Liner is designed to re-adhere consistently within the six to eight day time period. The user may lift and re-position the tabs.

Sustainable Materials

The Micro Pillow™ fabric is a strong, textured material with a soft touch. The fibers are designed to block moisture that may accumulate during sleep therapy. This opposition to moisture is intended to protect the user's skin, while also providing liner longevity and curl resistant edges. These thin, yet sturdy liners act as a barrier between the skin and mask, and are expected to create a seamless seal, removing the need for tight headgear.


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