Give The Men In Your Life The Gift Of Strong Healthy Beautiful Hair

December 1, 2014 § 1 Comment

Though some men won’t admit it, most men have issues and  concerns  about their hair and the way the look. Unfortunately, many men don’t know what to do about their hair nor about the way they look. And neither does their barber.Think about it, wouldn’t the men in your life love to find a natural hair product that stimulate the growth of their hair and  cure the problems of premature balding, a receding hairline, and ugly distracting cowlicks?  Since their barber can’t help them, wouldn’t they be very grateful and happy with you if you gave them the gift of such a product? One of the Fragrance Free Products For Men by The Cold Press Shop can help you give and receive that love.mens hair care natural beauty products

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It doesn’t matter what type of hair the men in your life have, one of the Fragrance Free Hair Products For men will help them grow strong, healthy, beautiful hair in a style that compliments their type of hair and the look they want. If you have a husband, brother, uncle, nephew, lover, or friend  who would appreciate your gift of love and caring, one of these products will help him in his desire to promote hair growth and prevent premature balding. From The Cold Press Shop you can give him a gift from one of  6 fragrance free All Natural Hair Collections guaranteed to strengthen hair and penetrate the shaft. SHOP

Don’t let any man you care about continue to suffer the pain and embarassment of premature balding, dry brittle hair, a receding hairline, and dry flaky scalp. Show him you care by giving him the gift of one of these all natural products that are guaranteed to help him be the man both you and he want him to be.

How To Naturally Grow Long Natural Hair Fast

November 4, 2014 § 1 Comment

Follow these few simple rules and you too can grow long natural hair:

Step 1: Shampooing

Black hair textures tend to be dry, delicate and tangle more easily than non-ethnic hair, and many African Americans avoid washing their hair on a regular basis for fear of stripping hair of all its moisture. Yet bacteria can grow easily on the scalp if it’s not regularly washed. Generally, your hair should be washed every 7 to 10 days and you should never go more than 14 days without washing your hair. In the interim, there are several things you can do to maintain styles and prevent breakage in the process. Choose shampoos that are all natural and free of sulfates, to avoid damaging hair in the washing process. After each wash, follow up with a moisture rich, silicone-free conditioner for at least 5 minutes. While the conditioner is working its magic, make sure you detangle and section your hair off in the shower, to reduce breakage during the styling process.


“There are currently only three known triglycerides that are scientifically proven to penetrate the hair shaft to repair the outer cuticle: Coconut Oil, Avocado Oil and Olive Oil. Hazelnut and Macadamia oil also have the added ability to penetrate the hair cortex and moisturize the inner most layer of the hair called the “medulla.” If you read the ingredients, you cannot go wrong, as long as you look for products containing one of these key ingredients”

Step 2: Styling

If you want to grow long natural hair, you will need to start incorporating protective styles into your routine. So what exactly is a “protective style”? To state it plainly these are styles that protect the ends of your hair. As hair grows out of the scalp, it starts off very thick and strong, but through heat, styling and regular washing, hair can become brittle and dry. The ends are the oldest parts of your hair and need to be treated very carefully. One of the biggest misconceptions about African American hair is that it is tough to grow, but this is far from the truth. As long as your ends are protected, your hair can retain the full ½ inch that grows each month. Browsing the internet, you will notice a lot of sites dedicated to “natural hair styles” such as locks, twists, and braids, but these styles aren’t necessarily for everybody. Not to worry. There are other ways to protect the ends of your hair. For example, instead of tying your hair back with elastics, try pining it up with bobby pins into pretty styles. Hair wraps and roller sets are another great way to protect the ends of your hair, while applying much less heat than conventional blow drying and flat irons. These styles are not only sleek and professional, they allow for maximum protection for the oldest parts of your hair. Don’t be afraid to be creative, just make sure your primary goal is protecting your ends. If you can consistently avoid breakage and split ends, you can grow 3 inches in just 6 months.

Step 3: Maintenance

Growing long natural hair can be really easy and does not have to cost you a fortune. Yet, the key to maintaining long natural hair is the use of products that penetrate the hair shaft and cortex. Most commercial products create a coating that simply sits on top of the follicle, building up over time and leading to breakage; only to be washed away in the shower. They provide no lasting nutrients or vitamins, and often fail to bond to hair. In contrast, products that penetrate the hair shaft and cortex can actually bond to follicles. This prevents hair from drying out after washing, and strengthens hair almost immediately. There are currently only three known triglycerides that are scientifically proven to penetrate the hair shaft to repair the outer cuticle: Coconut Oil, Avocado Oil and Olive Oil. Hazelnut and Macadamia oil also have the added ability to penetrate the hair cortex and moisturize the inner most layer of the hair called the “medulla.” If you read the ingredients, you cannot go wrong, as long as you look for products containing one of above mentioned triglycerides. Ingredients like castor oil, jojoba oil, corn oil, mineral oil, petroleum, water, alcohol or silicone do absolutely nothing to benefit your hair. Sure, it may feel softer or shine more temporarily, but they cannot penetrate the hair shaft.  The Cold Press Shop makes 6 all natural chemical free hair collections, that are guaranteed to penetrate the hair shaft. Just figure out what your needs are and choose a collection that’s right for your hair type.


  • We can all grow long natural hair
  • Shampoo and condition every 7-10 days
  • Incorporate protective styles in your routine as often as possible, to protect ends & prevent breakage
  • Use all natural products that penetrate the hair shaft or cortex
  • For more information or to shop visit The Cold Press Shop. 

Six Scientifically Proven All Natural Beauty Remedies For Hair

October 25, 2014 § 1 Comment

The Cold Press Shop offers a proven lifeline to women in need of chemical free natural hair products that produce beautiful hair for any woman of any age.

The natural properties of the ingredients found in cold pressed Avocado Oil, Virgin Argan Oil, Macadamia Oil, Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, and Hazelnut Oil are clinically proven to promote the growth of  beautiful hair for every women committed to using one of these beauty collections.

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Product lines like Ava’s Collection, Mandy’s Collection, Olive’s Collection, Hazel’s Nutty Collection, Coco’s Collection, and Nadia’s Collection are clinically proven to grow, treat, strengthen, and repair a wide variety of hair types.

Women in the market for natural products that grow longer thicker hair with strong vibrant roots and for products that repair and prevent hair breakage and split ends will find that one of the six natural beauty collections of The Cold Press Shop is just what the hair doctor ordered.

Be as beautiful as you want to be. The Cold Press Shop will help.  SHOP

Why Keratin And Silicone Are Bad For Your Hair

October 14, 2014 § 1 Comment

Silicone and Sulfates

Silicone creates a hydrophobic water-proof coating that is not water soluble, which means you cannot simply rinse it out. While many manufacturers brag about silicone’s ability to block humidity and lock in moisture, after repeated daily use, silicone will build up and create a layer of residue that sits on top of your hair. Over time, this silicone coating begins to block moisture from penetrating the hair cortex, which ultimately dries out the hair shaft and leads to excessive damage. As moisture continues to be blocked by the silicone coating you will see increased split ends, brittle hair, dryness and excessive breakage. Unfortunately, you have to use shampoos that contain Sodium lauryl sulfate or sodium laureth sulfate to actually remove silicone, from your hair.


“Sulfates are powerful detergents that cannot be used with keratin protein treatments. Unfortunately, sulfates are the only known way to remove the chemical “silicone,” which is contained in most over the counter hair products. Unless properly removed, silicone will build up over time and lead to breakage.”

Keratin and Shampoo

Sodium laurel sulfate, ammonium lauryl ether sulfate, sodium laureth sulfate, cocamidopropyl betaine, cocobetaine, or ammonium lauryl sulfate are all highly toxic, carcinogenic, chemical substances that strip hair of moisture, cause scalp irritation, and may even cause cancer. They are also the key ingredients in the most common over the counter shampoos, and are strictly prohibited for use on keratin treated hair.


One of the main reasons why silicone is such a popular ingredient is its resistance to water and humidity. So what’s a girl with a keratin treatment to do? Well there are some great, all natural, humidity resistant products that both repel water and strengthen hair, that are also safe for use with keratin. The key to achieving the same results without the use of silicones is finding products that are oil based and completely free of water. And unlike silicones, when it comes to oil based products, a little goes a very long way. At The Cold Press Shop we offer several collections that are completely free of synthetic silicones, sulfates, silicates, parbens, alcohols, or contaminated water. You can choose from 6 different hair collectionsthat are each designed to treat individual needs and hair types. Make sure you give oil-based products at least a few weeks to work their magic to level overactive oil glands and restore the natural moisture balance of your hair. For more information visit The Cold Press Shop.

Use Avocado Oil To Make Your Hair Grow Longer, Stronger & Faster

October 11, 2014 § 1 Comment

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Hair loss is quite possible one of the biggest challenges that women face as they age. Hair loss may appear suddenly or gradually over time. Though hair loss may be attributed to genetic factors, people may experience different growth rates for non-genetic reasons as well. One such reason may be due to health issues. Yet, another primary reason may largely be dedicated to the condition of individual hair follicles.

What makes avocado oil so special is its unique ability to penetrate the hair shaft. To date, only 3 triglycerides have been scientifically proven to penetrate the hair shaft- and avocado oil is one such triglyceride. While many commercial hair products use cheap fillers like vegetable oil, mineral oil, water and silicone; these ingredients do nothing more than create a coating that sits on top of the hair, which leads to damage and breakage. Avocado oil, however, does just the opposite.

Not only does Avocado oil reduce dryness in individual hair strands, it is scientifically proven to penetrate the shaft of your hair; so there’s no coating, or residue build up. With daily use, over time, hair will become hydrated, thereby reducing the incidence of breakage and poor growth. You can also improve the quality of your hair and increase the rate of hair growth, by messaging avocado oil into your scalp. This will prompt blood flow to your scalp and stimulate growth, according to studies conducted by the University of Maryland.

You can immediately begin to improve your rate of hair growth by using chemical-free, all natural products infused with organic avocado oil. Possibly one of the best products on the market right now is Ava’s Avocado Collection. You can get it exclusively at The Cold Press Shop and select salons, and all products are chemical free and 100% organic.


Olive Oil And Hair

October 4, 2014 § 1 Comment

Is Olive Oil Good For Hair?

Without a doubt, olive oil is good for hair. From conditioning dry brittle strands to reversing damage and promoting growth, there are numerous benefits of olive oil on hair:

  • olives collectionScientifically proven to penetrate the hair shaft 
  • Seals moisture and conditions dry hair
  • Treats brittle strands
  • Conditions and moisturizes dry strands
  • Defines curls and smoothes frizz
  • Stops split ends from shedding and splitting
  • Prevents breakage and repairs damage
  • Reverses hair loss and stimulates growth

What Does Olive Oil Do to Your Hair?

Olives are 1 of only 3 known oils that can penetrate the shaft of your hair. Each hair follicle or “shaft” is comprised of individual layers that are affected in different ways. The outermost layer, called the “cuticle,” must often combats heat, residue, daily styling & processing; while the innermost layer or “cortex,” is extremely susceptible to relaxers, damage & breakage, and tends to crave moisture. Though it is difficult to repair the inner most layer of your hair follicle, you can repair the cuticle and cortex by penetrating the shaft of your hair. Using a daily, organic olive oil hair product will strengthen tresses and give your thirsty hair the moisture and nutrients it needs.

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What Kind of Olive Oil is Best for Hair?

For starters, you’re wrong if you think an olive oil hair lotion will treat your hair. Products like this are loaded with chemicals, bases, silicone and fragrances that actually cause the very damage they promise to repair. Thirsty delicate strands require a daily olive oil hair treatment that can mask damage without weighing it down. Our favorite is Olive’s Signature Collection by The Cold Press Shop. Infused with pure natural, organic olive oil, this pesticide and chemical free collection is safe enough for the whole family- even hubbies and babies. Check it out.

Does Olive Oil Help Hair Growth?

For centuries men and women have been using olive oil for hair loss. But did you know it’s not just the best oil for
olive's and oilhair loss prevention, you can also use olive oil for hair growth? Olive oil helps to reduce dryness in individual hair strands and is scientifically proven to penetrate the shaft of your hair and prevent residue build up- a leading cause of hair loss. You can improve the quality of your hair by messaging olive oil into your scalp. This will increase blood flow and stimulate growth. Also, hair will become hydrated, which reduces the incidence of breakage, so you can stop losing the hair you grow each month. Just a few drops will works wonders to prevent split ends and put an end to breakage. With daily use over time, you will notice your hair is softer, shinier and sheds less.

Cold Press Beauty Products Have A Natural Advantage Over Chemical Products

October 3, 2014 § 2 Comments

It’s no secret that natural foods taste better than processed foods and are better for you than these chemical food products. Real vanilla and real chocolate taste better than their chemical imitations. Chemical based synthetic drugs often come with warning about side effects that are are often worse than the condition they propose to cure or relieve. On the other hand,  drugs from natural derivatives have less fewer side effects if any at all.


Its no secret that the same is true with beauty products. Cold pressed natural beauty products are better for your hair, skin, and scalp than chemical based synthetic beauty products. Chemical based beauty products more often than not causes damage to hair and skin they promise to repair. Try reading the label on most chemical beauty products. Unless you are a certified chemist, you have no idea what they are. But some are very common and easy to read.

Propylene Glycol is one chemical that is found in many synthetic beauty products. Chemist use it to keep products from melting in heat and freezing in low tempatures. But propylene glycol can cause allergies, is linked to cancer, and can change the structure of the skin to give other unwanted chemicals and carcinogens direct access into your bloodstream. Surprise, many processed food producers put propylene glycol in your foods. This is bad stuff and shouldn’t be on your hair, on your skin, or in your stomach.

Many chemical hair products like silicone, while they claim to make your hair beautiful, in the long and sometimes short run, simply coat your hair with a chemical residue that weigh your hair down.  Silicone promises to lock in moisture. While you want a product that locks in moisture, if the products is a chemical product that does not allow moisture to escape the hair shaft it also doesn’t allow moisture into the hair shaft.  Since products such as silicone are not water soluble, moisture does not get in or out the hair shaft and your hair becomes dry and brittle with spit ends and other ugly conditions. Furthermore, not being water soluble, the residue cannot be rinsed off and you must use harsh chemical shampoos no matter the claims–try reading the label–that strip the hair shaft of whatever natural oils your hair may still try to maintain along with the chemical residue that chokes it into a limp lifeless mess.

The Cold Press Shop natural hair products use cold pressed natural ingredients that Are Not linked to cancer and other health and beauty side effects. Best of all, they are clinically proven to penetrate the hair shaft and the cortex to give you strong, longer, and shiny beautiful hair.

The Cold Press shop also offers a full line of body oils and moisturizers that don’t leave a carcinogenic residues on your skin, but instead help women enjoy skin that is absent wrinkles and dryness. You owe it to yourself  to review the six natural beauty collections designed to let you show the world the beauty that is already in you. Click here to Window Shop The Cold Press Shop collection of natural beauty products.

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