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Debra Locker is an award-winning communications professional as well as an expert on living a beautiful, well-rounded life. For 17 years, she has successfully held positions in public relations & journalism while following her passions of visiting spas worldwide and creating an amazing collection of beauty products!

In 2008, Debra created Locker Public Relations . Based in Kentucky, this award-winning, boutique firm focuses on luxury lifestyles including skin care, spas and eco products. Named the 2010 Small Business Champion of the Year for Kentucky & the Southeast by the Small Business Administration, Debra leads placements in notable media outlets including The New York Times, USA Today, MSNBC, FOX, Good Housekeeping, and RachaelRay.com. Debra also speaks internationally on public relations and is a published expert on communications.

In her 20’s, Debra worked as a television reporter & producer throughout the southeast at stations in Lexington & Louisville, Ky.; Knoxville, Tenn.; and Charlotte. Debra continues to use her broadcast skills in voice-over work for television and radio.

An avid community volunteer, Debra is very active in the Junior League of Lexington; is a Board Member of the Lexington Children’s Theatre; an Advisor to the Epsilon Omega Chapter of Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority; and is a member of the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO).

Moisturizing Cream Cleanser By Skin Authority

What do you use to cleanse your face? If soap and water are your routine, healthy skin care expert Celeste Hilling has news for you, “You are drying out your skin with harmful chemicals.”

Moisturizing Cream Cleanser by Skin Authority

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I spoke with Hilling, who is the CEO of Skin Authority, recently about the launch of Moisturizing Cream Cleanser. “Today’s product technology takes us beyond drying bar soap or detergent-like cleansers. Skin Authority’s new Moisturizing Cream Cleanser contains chamomile, ginseng, apricot, aloe, ivy, and black walnut extracts together with Vitamin E and ProVitamin B5.”

Hilling further decribes the new Moisturizing Cream Cleanser as a “feast of wellness for the face,” which sounds decadent!

For every skin type and age, the Cleanser works as a stand-alone product or may be alternated with other members of the Skin Authority cleanser family:

Skin Authority's family of cleansers

(Photo Credit: skinauthority.com)

  • Moisturizing Cream Cleanser – Offers extra hydration. Treats red, irritated, or swollen skin. Can be used to remove make-up. Leaves a silky, hydrated finish.
  • Daily Cleanser – For daily use, this antibacterial, gel formula removes dirt, oil, and cell build-up while normalizing the skin’s pH. Leaves a clean, refreshing finish.
  • Exfoliating Cleanser – Contains micro beads and natural exfoliators to wash away cell build-up and congestion. Treats acne or flaky skin and cleans deeply without irritation. Leaves a clean, calm finish

The Cleanser, like all of Skin Authority’s products, is free from parabens, dyes and added fragrances.

The Skin Authority Moisturizing Cream Cleanser and family of cleansers retail for $42 each. They are available on SkinAuthority‘s website and through the Skin Authority network of exclusive spas and prestigious retailers.

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