The CPAP Flannel Face Strap is a new comfortable way to wear CPAP masks.
Inventor Margaret G. A. Fehr of Saskatoon, SK has created a new comfortable way to wear CPAP masks.
CPAP, or continuous positive airway pressure, is a treatment that uses mild air pressure to keep ones airways open. CPAP is used for sleep apnea patients or those with other breathing problems. Inventor Fehr wears a CPAP machine every night and would always wake up with indent lines on her cheeks. These marks were caused from the straps holding the face mask in place while she slept. In turn, she created the CPAP Flannel Face Strap! She has been wearing it for over two years and it really works!
This clever new invention offers soft, secure protection. It eliminates indent lines and irritation caused by CPAP straps. CPAP users will now be able to get a better night of sleep. The flannel face strap is washable and can be used night after night. After many washes, it will still look new. For manufacturing, retail, wholesale, distribution, or licensing opportunities, act now!