for me I didn't get a cloth.the soap was the main problem. I was using harsher soap. like dish soap, anti bacterial, etc. I switched to "irish spring" bar soap. I started washing my mask with that every night. and I guess it's gentler or something, or pulls less oil from the skin, or leaves less residue... either way I don't get the pimples at all anymore. problem solved, thank god.
I have used mouth wash to dry it out, a little on the finger and wipe on the skin, these white heads for me hurt like hell, I have pop them and added mouth wash, being it is a anti- bacteria solution. Well it works for me.
If possible you might need to go with out the CPAP for the night to let it heal or place a thin rag at the top of the mask or maybe a Band-Aid,
Turn on a fan and have it blowing on your face to lower the heat you are facing from having the mask on.
I hope this might help as some solutions.
+ELAINE MCKENZIE Some people get reactions, but the best way is to let the air get to the skin or you can buy a mask cover made of cotton, personally get an old pillow case and make your own mask cover that separates skin contact with the mask.MensHelpTv
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