Hi Maura, an excerpt from a previous post I made on this topic that might interest you...
EVERY morning since starting cpap in '05, I'd wake up with my hair looking like I'd been plugged into an electric outlet all night long, not to mention the pulling and maybe thinning worry; finally got sick of it, have been here n' there an everywhere on the net to find something to help (some suggested a buff and that seemed interesting n' possible). Thought I'd try for a little more feminine look for my poor husband's sake - I'd buy that mask trimmed in lace too!! For you guys, the buff might just fit the bill - and they've got all kinds of colors/patterns/fabrications, etc.
I zeroed in on Headcovers.com however, (great photos of each product/nice style selection/and some for men/and colors etc.) - got their 3-seam cotton sleep cap one ea.in pink & lavender. This company is aimed at attractive headwear to help cope with hair loss, but their covers are certainly suitable for anyone. For what is worth......
Best to all, Patzee
CPAP user since May 2005.
Titrated pressure = 9. Current pressure = 13.4
"When you get to the end of your rope, tie a knot and hang on!" FDR