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