A shame of big brand hotel development in much of the developing world is the lack of support the big new guys often provide to small local businesses in their adopted countries. Evidence of this is most often, and most easily, seen in the shower, where international brands like Dove, Dial, and Caress tend to crowd out local soaps. Not so at the Marriott Port-au-Prince. Haiti's newest hotel proudly features bath products produced by Ayiti Natives Co., a Haitian-based company that features a full line of all-natural beauty products developed with essentials oils, nuts, and herbs native to Haiti. Ayiti Natives was founded by Caroline Sada, a Haitian-American who cut her teeth in the beauty biz at Estee Lauder. Everything about Ayiti Natives products is geared toward the environment and sustainability, with all packaging made from recycled materials. Ayiti Natives products are all-natural and free from detergents (no animal testing either), so guests can use them with confidence, while also remaining confident of the good they're doing for Haiti.