With more than two decades in beauty and well-being, Celeste Hilling is a recognized media expert on healthy lifestyle, skin care science and technology trends. Hilling shares her passion for improving global skin health as a public speaker and expert resource for top outlets including "The Doctors", MSNBC, and The New York Times in addition to hosting the Beauty Workout segment on Fox 5 and Beauty Workout Channel on YouTube.
Uniquely positioned with a technology leadership background, Hilling was among the first female Fortune 25 Officers as Vice President of Compaq Computer Consumer Division Worldwide. Hilling leverages her technology and research background in the development of Skin Authority proprietary SGF-4 Technology™ and VitaD Fortified™ formulation design. MSNBC spotlighted Hilling as "giving the beauty industry a makeover" by introducing the first human interactive retail displays and mobile apps for virtual, personalized skin care coaching.
Based in Southern California, Hilling particularly has a sincere passion for philanthropy focused on underserved families and children, which inspired Skin Authority Touch Transforms Foundation. Hilling is Chairman of the Board of the San Diego New Children’s Museum, Past Co-Chair and Honorary Member of the Advisory Board of Scripps Memorial Hospital of La Jolla, California, a founding board member of Doctors Offering Charitable Services (DOCS). In 2017, Celeste was honored by San Diego Magazine Woman of the Year Awards, in addition to previous awards for "Women Who Move the City" by San Diego Magazine, and "Women Who Mean Business" by San Diego Business Journal. Join Celeste on Facebook and Instagram at celeste.hilling, and on Twitter @MissSkin.