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Mielle Organics is in full celebratory mode. In addition to the mega hair and beauty retailer announcing Keisha Knight Pulliam as their More Than A Strand Global Education Ambassador, they’ve just added Saweetie to their growing list of brand ambassadors.

In a post to the “Best Friend” rapper’s Instagram page, she announced the big news. “All summer long we are keeping this hair moisturized and hydrated with my new @mielleorganics🌺✨ hair products, by @exquisitemo. I’m so excited to be the new face of Mielle because they have amazing products. Follow them y’all they are having a sale right now. I love supporting black owned brands. #blackowned #mielle7year #Mielleambassador #prettygirlsummer”

Over the last couple of months, celebrities like Toya Johnson and Megan Thee Stallion have declared their love for the Black-owned brand. From hair oils to deep conditioners, Mielle Organics has been on every lady’s must-have hair products list. I am personally interested in trying their rice water products. As someone who has documented their hair growth by making my own rice water at home, I think it would be cool to see how their Rice Water & Aloe Vera Deep Conditioner, Itch Relief, and Braid Gel work on my hair.

Currently the brand is having a blowout sale to celebrate their 7 year anniversary. You can take advantage of their sale by visiting the website. What do you think? Are you loving Saweetie as Mielle Organics’ latest brand ambassador?

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