9 Made in Kenya brands for Natural Hair


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It may not be obvious, but yes there are a number of local brands that have products for natural hair and skin care. The most popular one might be Marini, but there are more and in this article I’ll highlight them and the products that they have. Reasons for doing this is:

  1. People tend to get inspiration from YouTube, which is great, but they most often also want to get the products that have been used in that particular tutorial. This ends up being very expensive because those products definitely have to be shipped.
  2. There are local made products that are really great for natural hair that you can incorporate in your hair care routine.
  3. I love local brands πŸ™‚

Marini Naturals.

Their products include:

  • Sulfate free shampoo – 900 Kshs
  • Leave in conditioner – 450 Kshs, 850 Kshs
  • Miracle daily spritz – 650 Kshs
  • Curl me pretty curling butter – 500 Kshs, 950 Kshs
  • Curling gel – 400 Kshs, 750 Kshs

You can purchase these products at Super Cosmetics, AdLife Plaza Kilimani, Jumia and Chandarana Outlets. Their prices do vary slightly depending on the store.

You can also find them on Instagram.

Zanzi Naturals.

Zanzi Naturals sellΒ 100% Pure Organic Cold Pressed Virgin Natural Oils & Oil Blends for hair and skin care. Their products are:

  • Avocado Oil (200ml) – 600Kshs
  • Baobab Oil (200ml) – 900 Kshs
  • Moringa Oil (200ml) – 1000 Kshs
  • Jojoba Oil (200ml) – 1000 Kshs
  • Neem Oil – 900 Kshs
  • Coconut Oil Β – 200 Ksh and 350 Kshs

They are an online store and do have an Instagram and Facebook page where you will get a number to make your order. They do deliveries around Nairobi.

Harvest Of Sunshine.

Harvest of Sunshine have water based natural and organic hand made products. Their products are:

  • Mwele butter cream – 1200 Kshs
  • Yangu rich cream – 1200 Kshs
  • Na’azi hair and body cleanser – 500 Kshs
  • M’cado 3 in 1 conditioner – 1500 Kshs
  • Buyu loc and style butter – 800 Kshs
  • Buyu daily leave in – 1000 Kshs
  • Lush Lipbalm – Kshs 300
  • Lip Scrub – Kshs 300

You can purchase their products on their site or at mookh kenya.Β You can also view them on Instagram.

Fluffy Buttah

Fluffy have organic hand made whipped butter made with shea butter, cocoa butter, coconut oil, sweet almond oil and is great for your hair and skin.

The product comes in 3 different scents: orange, lemon and berry. I was unable to find their price range but from this review by My Kenyan Puff, they go for around 900 Kshs

You will find them at K1 flea market, during events that they advertise on their Instagram page, which also has their phone number that you can use to order.


They sell organic hair and body oils and butters. One thing I love about their products is their package designs πŸ™‚

Their products are:

  • Raw Shea butter – 1200 Kshs, 700 Kshs
  • Raw Cocoa butter – 1200 Kshs, 2200 Kshs (quite pricey, yo!)
  • Citrus or Mocha Whipped butter – 1000 Kshs, 1300 Kshs
  • Moringa Oil – 1000 Kshs, 1850 Kshs
  • Avocado Oil – 600 Kshs, 1100 Kshs
  • Black Castor Oil -900 Kshs, 1650 Kshs
  • Sweet Almond Oil – 600 Kshs, 1100 Kshs
  • Jojoba Oil – 900 Kshs, 1650 Kshs
  • Peppermint Tingle Elixir – 800 Kshs, 1450 Kshs

You can purchase their products from Jumia and through a phone number they provide on their Instagram page.

Haldha Naturals

Haldha have products for natural hair care for women, men and children. Their products are:

  • Prepoo Subag – 1350 Kshs
  • Co – Wash hair milk – 1350 Kshs
  • Hydrating hair mask – 1350 Kshs
  • Curl cream – 1350 Kshs
  • Hair conditioner – 1300 Kshs

The products are definitely pricey πŸ™‚ You can get them from their site.

Saru Organics

Saru offers organic plant based oils and clay shampoos. Their products:

  • Moringa powder – 250 Kshs
  • Macadamia nuts oil -300 Kshs
  • Baobab oil – 500 Kshs
  • Moringa Oil – 900 Kshs
  • Avocado Oil – 300 Kshs
  • Jamaican Black Castor Oil – 550 Kshs
  • Clay cleansing Shampoo – 550 Kshs
  • Hair and Scalp treatment leave in conditioner – Β 700 Kshs

You can get the products from Mookh Kenya or you could order through the number provided on their Instagram page.

Sheth Naturals.

Sheth provides an array of products for the natural hair woman πŸ™‚ Their products are:

  • Baobab oil – 850 Kshs
  • Bentonite clay – 700 Kshs
  • Grapeseed Oil – 500 Kshs
  • Moringa Oil – 850 Kshs
  • Jojoba Oil – 1000 Kshs
  • Moroccan Argan Oil – 1500 Kshs
  • Black Castor oil – 900 Kshs
  • Cocoa Butter – 700 Kshs, 1750 Kshs
  • Crude Avocado Oil – 300 Kshs
  • Moisturizing Shampoo Bar – 350 Kshs
  • Deep Conditioner Treatment – 800 Kshs, 1500 Kshs

You can get their products from their site and you can view their Instagram page.

Bu.Ke (Pronounced as Boo – Kii)

Bu.Ke provides an array of products ranging from shampoo bars to bentonite clay. Their products include:

  • Activated Charcoal soap – 350 Kshs
  • Turmeric Soap – 350 Kshs
  • Shea Butter Soap – 350 Kshs
  • Shampoo Bars – 350 Kshs
  • Honey, Oats, Ylang Ylang Soap – 350 Kshs
  • Bentonite Clay – 370 Kshs
  • Baobab Oil – 1000 Kshs
  • Black Castor Hair Butter – 1250 Kshs
  • Sweet almond hair/body butter – 1250 Kshs
  • Hair growth stimulator (Rosemary) – 760 Kshs
  • Sweet orange hair/body butter – 1350 Kshs
  • Shea Butter – 1350 Kshs

They have a couple of shops in Nairobi that you can get from their Instagram page. They also do deliveries from a number you’ll find there.

These are just a number of local brands that have natural hair products. This article just gives you the price ranges of the different products.

Always remember, buy a product only if you know you really really need it, and consider the ingredients when you do! Also, you do not have to break the bank, be creative, you can create your own daily spritz using water and a cheaper pure oil. Research more on DIYs to save some money πŸ™‚

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May your fro grow :*


3 Comment

  1. Verona says: Reply

    Love this! Great source of information.

  2. Agatha Mutie says: Reply

    I love this! I personally i use Afrolicious products and my hair feels so good on them. I can recommend.

  3. Aquila says: Reply

    Couldn’t be any less proud to come accross this blog.This article just came in handy 😁😁, was stranded over where to find appropriate hair products in Kenya.Thanks to you Gettie!

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