Miriam Quevedo Glacial White Caviar Hydra Pure Shampoo and Masque
Miriam Quevedo the luxe beauty and skincare maven from Barcelona that has given her name to the brand. Miriam grew up around beauty salons so it was no surprise that she chose a career in the beauty industry. What is a surprise is why this brand is better known in the UK. I tried out the Glacial White Caviar Hydra-Pure Shampoo and Rescue Masque. The Miriam Quevedo brand treat haircare like they treat skincare – that is to say, seriously. Anti-ageing haircare is a term that we are going to be hearing more of over the coming months. Whether you consider that treating dead hair to the anti-ageing message is genius or a marketing ploy, a good hair day arguably starts from the scalp and it is this philosophy that set this brand apart.
White Caviar (from white sturgeon) is found in luxury skincare brands as it contains fatty acids and is proven to be effective for hydration. I have to admit that I not convinced that Swiss Glacial Water as a wonder ingredient, so it is fair to say that I was sceptical when I tried these products. Having used them, I am hooked. For a sulphate free formula, the shampoo was surprisingly clarifying but it did not strip my hair at all and it rinsed out very easily. So far so good.
The Rescue Masque is the real surprise of these two products. Again, the Masque rinses out easily and it leaves no residue. My hair was left clean but not stripped to within an inch of its life and hydrated. I followed with my usual products and found that once my hair was dry, it was softer than it has been for a long time. I am really impressed. The range is mineral oil, sulphate, phthalate, phosphate, paraben and DEA free so great if natural/green beauty is your thing but if you feel like your current wash day regime is lacking something, and you have a penchant for luxury hair care, this is definitely a brand that you should try
Miriam Quevedo Glacial White Caviar Hydra-Pure Shampoo is priced at £32.25 and the Rescue Masque is £46.00.
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