By Marianne Mychaskiw
Updated Jan 20, 2016 @ 1:45 pm
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It's a party in the U.S.A., indeed—the cleansing conditioner created by Kate Middleton's hairstylist has finally landed stateside. Pro hairstylist Richard Ward has long been responsible for the Duchess's impeccable layers (her trim last month was Ward's handiwork), and next to our feeble attempts at mirroring that bouncy blowout, we're constantly left wondering exactly which products go into making the magic happen. At his London salon frequented by Middleton, Ward's own Condition and Cleanse product has gained somewhat of a following, which doesn't surprise us considering that it's likely a key component in Middleton's trademark look.

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"It's made out of totally botanical ingredients—so we're talking green tea, aloe vera, vitamin E," Ward tells People, noting that the formula contains no detergents, parabens, or sulfates whatsoever. "The detergents are the very things that strip the oil out of your hair, but that can also strip your color out and make it dry, because it's taking all the goodness out." Ward recommends raking the product through your lengths to de-tangle, then let the botanical oils go to work. Get one step closer to your #RoyalHairGoals, and score a bottle of your own at now for $12.