You demand your locally sourced yogurt in the morning. And you?ve been known to imbibe a homegrown beer or two at dinner (alongside your co-op harvested greens, of course).

So in between, why not treat your hair like you do the rest of your body?

Holly Dear and Kaycee Clark couldn?t agree more--which is why the duo behind Uptown?s Dear Clark salon has just begun selling nourishing, locally sourced hair-care products out of their store and online.

The five-item collection is made in Texas from primarily Lone Star State ingredients: Rose of Jericho, sunflower seed oil and aloe vera, among others.

We checked out the resurrecting wash and rinse, thickening balm, smoothing elixir and finishing salve ($22 to $24) and found the snazzy, apothecary-style packaging (think retro-inspired dark-brown plastic bottles) instantly appealing. But it was the luscious floral aroma that really drew us in. The lively, fresh scent toes the granola line without making you smell like a Phish groupie.

Finally, a hair-care product for the locavores among us.

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