June 19, 2015 04:00 PM

Prince George is quickly catching up to mom Princess Kate when it comes to his sought-after locks (check out his perfect side-part!).

To keep their tresses looking lovely, the royal family opts for organic styling products  — and now Prince Charles is getting in on the action.

The prince has teamed up with U.K. hair guru Daniel Galvin Jr. to bring his Dubble Trubble products to the U.S.

A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the organic hair and body shampoos for kids go to The Prince of Wales Foundation, a U.S.-based organization created by Prince Charles in 1997 that raises money for sustainable charities around the country.

Chris Jackson/WPA Pool/Getty;TRH The Duke and Duch

Galvin Jr. also launched a second organic line called Highgrove Baby, named after Highgrove House — Prince Charles’ family home in Tetbury.

“The Duchess of Cornwall says all her grandkids are fans of Dubble Trubble,” Galvin Jr. tells PEOPLE. “Prince George is such a handsome boy and his hair is styled in a suitable, boyish way to the side. A wonderful, healthy, shiny head of hair he has!”

Dubble Trubble

And you can get your hands on the royally-approved products. The Dubble Trubble collection is available at Target stores and includes the Cucumber and Watermelon Detangling Spray ($4.99 each), which just launched this month and makes hair “shine like glass,” Galvin Jr. shares.

Paul Burns Photography Ltd; Daniel Galvin Jr., his wife Suzanna and Prince Charles

For more royal hair inspiration, find out how to achieve Kate’s most popular hairstyles.

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