CPAP Package Deals

Take control of your sleep apnoea treatment and find a complete CPAP Mask and Machine package deal that suits your needs. 

The CPAP Mask and Machine is designed to be used in the comfort of your own home. We have two CPAP mask types available to suit your needs, which are the Full Face and the Nasal mask. If you have any questions about what mask type is best for you, please visit your local Blooms The Chemist pharmacy.




How does a CPAP machine work?

A CPAP machine takes in the room air, then filters and pressurises the air before delivering it through a tube and into your mask. 

CPAP stands for ‘Continous Positive Airflow Pressure’, and the airflow pressure gently keeps your tongue and palate from shifting into your airway and stopping you from breathing while you sleep^. 

By using a CPAP machine continuously, this should improve your sleep quality overall as you are getting deep and restful sleep.

^AASM Sleep Education, What is CPAP therapy? Accessed 18 October 2023

How can I clean my CPAP mask?

Maintaining a clean CPAP mask means that you can get the full benefits of your CPAP treatment. If you don’t keep your mask clean, bacteria, oil, residue and minerals can slowly build up and reduce the effectiveness of your mask and its lifespan.

You can clean your mask by taking it apart, filling a small tub with warm water and adding a few drops of mild soap to make a solution to clean your mask. After you’ve cleaned your mask components, place them on a towel and let them dry naturally^.

^Sleeplay, How to clean a CPAP mask, accessed 18 October 2023

What does a CPAP machine do? 

A CPAP machine, used with a mask, can help keep your airway open at night and aims to eliminate the breathing pauses caused by sleep apnoea. 

The CPAP machine itself is a small air compressor that has flexible tubing and is relatively easy to keep by your bedside as it is lightweight.

By getting treatment for your sleep apnoea, you can prevent or even reverse serious problems that are linked to sleep apnoea, including heart disease and stroke^.

^AASM Sleep Education, What is CPAP therapy? Accessed 18 October 2023