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House of Dear is a Clean Hair Brand Created With Everyone in Mind

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As a longtime hairstylist and founder of notable Dallas salon, Dear Clark, it’s safe to say that Holly Dear knows a thing or two about hair. After all, she’s spent the majority of her career working with various hair textures as well as listening to feedback from her diverse client base. With all of this incredible experience, it was really only a matter of time before she would create her very own product line: House of Dear.

Launching in January 2021, House of Dear is a new clean line of hair care essentials that was created with all hair types in mind. The six-product lineup is full of hair routine must-haves like a color-safe shampoo, a hydrating conditioner, and multi-use styling cream. According to Dear, the hero product of the line is the Resurrecting Balm, a multi-purpose balm that works for both hair and body.

When it came to the line’s product formulas, Dear drew much of her inspiration from skincare. Each product is formulated with skin-friendly ingredients such as aloe vera, sunflower seed oil, witch hazel, and Rose of Jericho—which all work together to keep your hair and scalp hydrated as well as healthy. Not to mention, all of the products are free of parabens, sulfates, phosphates, silicones, phthalates, and ethoxylated ingredients.

If House of Dear’s clean ingredients don’t convince you to give their products a try, their luxurious packaging surely will. The entire line comes housed in sleek black bottles and jars that will no doubt look stunning sitting in any shower or vanity. But appearance aside, the line is also gender-neutral and comes with an affordable price point —everything is priced under $35.

Here, find out all about the products included in the new line.

Resurrecting Wash ($32)

This color-safe shampoos gently cleanses as well as hydrates your locks thanks to rejuvenating Rose of Jericho.

Resurrecting Rinse ($32)

Thirsty strands will definitely appreciate this moisturizing conditioner that leaves your hair feeling soft and silky after every rinse.

Resurrecting Balm ($35)

This creamy balm is unique in that it works for both hair and body. Use it to keep your skin feeling super soft as well as to tame those pesky fly-aways in your hair.

Volumizing Tonic ($30)

Give your roots a much needed lift with this hair tonic. The result? Thicker, fuller looking locks.

Thickening Cream ($30)

This multi-use styling cream coats your strands with body-building natural polymers to thicken, strengthen, and shine.

Texturizing Salve ($30)

This salve is the key to maintaining all your super sleek styles. Not only does it keep frizz at bay, but it also provides added hold and definition.

House of Dear will be available for purchase at Whole Foods, Amazon, and the brand’s website. For up-to-date info regarding their launch, be sure to follow House of Dear on Instagram or sign up for their waiting list on their website.

Camille Nzengung
Camille Nzengung
Camille Nzengung is a Features Editor, based in Georgia, covering all things hair at The Tease. You can find her writing about the best hair products, the coolest hair trends, and all the exciting new hair launches.