Hair-care has always been important to Caribbean women and women of color but finding the right product for your hair type especially if you live in tropical climates hasn’t always been an easy task. I’ve put together a list of Caribbean owned hair products that work and that won’t cost you an arm and a leg. If there’s any that I’ve missed from this list, drop a line in the comments and I’d be happy to add. 

Asherlee Naturals

This Jamaican brand’s line-up of products include moisturizing Herbal Black Soap, a moisturizing Hair Revitalizing Spritz, nourishing daily Hair Butter and Clarifying Bentonite Clay Hair Masque. You can find them on Facebook  and Instagram

Wholesome You

Wholesome You is a Trinidadian owned  all natural, organic and vegan hair and skin care line that is created in small batches to maintain its potency. Check them out on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.


Alikay Naturals

Natural & Organic Luxury Beauty Products for Hair, Skin & Body Created by Vlogger Rochelle Alikay who has Jamaican roots. Check them out on TwitterFacebook and Instagram



Jamaican based hair-care brand is a a socially responsible company who is very passionate about green values. You can connect with them on FacebookTwitter and Pinterest


EDEN Bodyworks

EDEN BodyWorks is the brainchild of  Trinidadian national Jasmine Lawrence. They provide natural products that integrate wellness and beauty inspired by nature to restore and maintain the hair and body’s original design. Connect with them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram





Oxx System

Jamaican hair-care brand that incorporates Natural Ingredients into their line. I have personally used their shampoos and I am always impressed by the difference it makes with my hair and scalp. Find them on FacebookTwitter and Instagram





The owner of this toronto based brand has roots (no pun) in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Check them out on Facebook and Twitter


Honey Vera

This Jamaican owned brand combines 100% organic ingredients to revitalize and replenish hair with the nourishment it needs to be healthy. Find them on Facebook and Instagram.

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