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Know Your Ingredients

Our Promise: Sustainable and Local Ingredients

Our ingredients are sustainably sourced from the Caribbean whenever possible, mostly wild-crafted, and always fair-trade. Thus, our carbon footprint is minimized, and our business supports local and regional farmers. Our exciting, nutrient-rich Caribbean ingredients include aloe vera, cocoa, coconut, hibiscus, moringa, seamoss, and volcanic mud. Enjoy!

Aloe Vera

Aloe vera is renowned for its skin-enhancing qualities. It's rich in vitamins and possesses anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties, making it great for soothing irritated skin and treating acne. Its hydrating nature helps moisturize the skin, while promoting healing, making it a common remedy for sunburns.


Caribbean Blue Naturals Ingredients: Safety Assured

Many natural ingredient enthusiasts use  as their go-to for rating the safety of ingredients.

A rating of: 

1 - 2 is considered safe 

3 - 6 proceed with caution and 

7 - 10 avoid. 

The vast majority of ingredients in our products are rated 1 on this website.

Our healthy, nutrient-packed ingredients like plant oils and butters, natural clays, various botanical extracts and powders, essential oils, and vitamins/minerals all rate 1. Added ingredients that are necessary for formulation (e.g. microguard, xanthan gum, citric acid) also rate 1.

Polysorbate-20, which we use as the emulsifier in our water-based products that contain essential oils, is rated as 1-3, depending on percent usage. Since our usage is minimal (1:1 with the essential oils), it rates 1 as well.

The emulsifying wax NF that we use in our oil-in-water-emulsions is made up of 75% cetearyl alcohol, rated 1, and 25% polysorbate 60, rated 2.

The ethanol that we use in our deodorant, hand sanitizer, body mists and herbal tinctures is derived from sugar cane, and rates 2.

The non-nano zinc oxide in our sunscreen is rated 2 and is the safest and most marine-friendly sunscreen ingredient available, plus it is the only ingredient that protects from both UVA and UVB rays.

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