@alisha-- Yea, two of the alternative names for noni that I know of are Indian mulberry (not to be confused with just "mulberry") and cheesefruit. I think it was named cheesefruit because of its cheese like smell. But try searching for Indian mulberry, I'm sure you will find it.
My mom is a big fan of ayurveda and she learned about mulberry juice from there. She applies the juice to her scalp as some women do with oils as a treatment. It's supposed to prevent hair loss, hydrate hair and slow down the graying of hair. My mom is over fifty and has long healthy hair with only a few whites so I think it must be working. It might also be genetics though.
I think it's worth a try, just do a little test on your skin before applying any of it to make sure you are not allergic. That would not be good!