How-to Video of Max-Air Nose Cones Breathe Well

Watch video on how-to-use easy, comfortable and stress-free Max-Air Nose Cones for every-night breathing relief.

The Cones are available in two different materials:
READ ABOUT THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN NOSE CONES AND SINUS CONES

  • NEW, clear, squeezie-soft, Max-Air Nose Cones (shown in the video) for easy relief of a deviated septum, snoring and milder airway issues that disturb sleep. MORE ABOUT MAX-AIR NOSE CONES
  • Original, slightly firmer Sinus Cones for simple, 100% natural and fast relief of sinusitis and sinus nasal congestion, or for more severe airway collapse issue. MORE ABOUT SINUS CONES

My husband has used nasal strips for years, still didn’t resolve snoring problems due to sinus compression. The Sinus Cones WORK!! I have ordered two more mediums for my husband and a set of smalls for my daughter. THANK YOU!*  Susan B. TX

Max-Air Nose Cones (shown in video) or Sinus Cones can be worn connected as they are packaged, or, they may be trimmed apart, and worn separated.

Wearing the Cones separated permits greater customization for maximum fit and comfort. When there is a deviated septum involved, the deviation in the septum causes the airways to be asymmetrical or less than perfectly aligned. By wearing the Cones separately, each Cone may be adjusted and adapted for the particular angle of each nostril.

Nasal airways can also vary in size. By wearing the Cones separated, each nasal airway may be fitted with a different size, as necessary.

SHOP SINUS CONES | MAX-AIR NOSE CONES

Each box of Cones is designed to last up to three months with every night use. There are two sets. or four Cones, of squeezie-soft n’ clear Max-Air Nose Cones are packaged in each box; and, one set, or two Cones, of slightly firmer Sinus Cones are packaged in each box.

Picture of Sinus Cones versus Max-Air Nose Cones
Sinus Cones shown to left > Max-Air Nose Cones shown on right.

To wear separated, trim Sinus Cones at the edge of the little clip as demonstrated above in photo or trim Max-Air Nose Cones at the corner, to leave a little “foot” at the bottom of the Cones as demonstrated in photo or video. Read More FAQs