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Nasal Pillow Liners

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cheshire +0 points · almost 2 years ago Original Poster

Other then the Remzzzs Nasal Liners, is there any other Nasal Liners for Nasal Pillows? The Remzzzs are so thin and fray alot. It's like they cut up a bunch if t-shirts. Silent night don't make Nasal Pillow Liners.

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Sierra +0 points · almost 2 years ago Sleep Patron

I would think pillow liners should not be necessary for a nasal pillow mask. What issue are you trying to solve with pillow liners?

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cheshire +0 points · almost 2 years ago Original Poster

Chaffing under the nose and silicone does not agree with the skin.

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Sierra +0 points · almost 2 years ago Sleep Patron

I have tried two different nasal pillow masks, the ResMed P10, and the F&P Brevida. They both caused irritation of my nose. What I learned is that discomfort seems to be minimized if you use the largest cushion size that does not leak. You want to have the mask seal on the bottom of the nose, not inside the nose. Cushions that are too small go too far into the nose. That said they initially still cause irritation. I have found that when getting used to a new mask I can expedite the "break-in" process by putting some over the counter 1% hydrocortisone cream in the morning on the exterior surface of the nose where the irritation is. The cream should not be used long term, and just long enough to get the nose used to the mask.

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