Procter & Gamble Co. agreed to acquire Mielle Organics, a beauty company that makes products for textured hair.

Mielle will operate as an independent subsidiary of P&G Beauty and will continue to be led by husband-and-wife duo Monique and Melvin Rodriguez, who founded the company in 2014. The companies didn’t disclose terms of the deal.

P&G Beauty’s role will be to support Mielle, including by investing in research and innovation, according to a statement. Regulatory approvals are pending.

Natural ingredients are the selling point for Mielle, which caters to Black women, P&G said. The consumer-goods giant has added several brands to its beauty roster in recent years, including Tula Skincare and Ouai.

P&G is scheduled to report quarterly earnings on Jan. 19.