As the leaves fall and the weather turns colder, it is never too early to think about winterizing your skin. The holiday season is upon us! Many of us are dealing with residual sun damage and drier skin. How do you get your glow back to shine bright through the winter months? Sarah Hutchins, Owner of SkinRejuv502, shares her tips, tricks, and treatments to put your best face forward during the most wonderful time of the year.

Sarah Hutchins started SkinRejuv502 in July 2018 following a career as a surgical assistant in plastic surgery. Her undergraduate degree was in surgical technology. Sarah recently graduated with a degree in science and interdisciplinary business studies this year, even as she built and expanded her business to two locations. She now offers SkinRejuv502 services in Middletown and at P10 Medical Botox Bar in Bardstown, Kentucky.

Sarah believes in mixing medical-grade skincare and procedures with nonmedical skincare to achieve optimal results. She has seen how skin issues such as hyperpigmentation and acne can affect a person’s confidence. Sarah gets to the root of the problem and explores why these issues occur, with factors like stress levels, hormonal balance, or dietary habits having an impact.

SkinRejuv502 and Sarah Hutchins go above and beyond to deliver these treatments. “I think about my clients all the time, around the clock, problem-solving their skincare issues. We have created an environment that doesn’t feel like a doctor’s office. There is no judgment. We are there to help.” Recently joining the SkinRejuv502 team for aesthetic injectables such as Botox and fillers is Louisville native and dual board-certified Nurse Practitioner Elizabeth Mills. They have big plans for SkinRejuv502, including a full-service medispa!

For more information, visit and @skinrejuv502 on Facebook and Instagram. Call (502)331-3021 to book an appointment.

With winter approaching, Sarah prioritizes the following skincare treatments:

Hydration - Drinking water is as vital as ever to maintain moisture levels in the skin. Hot baths or showers can be overly drying. Use warm water and consider using a humidifier in your home this time of year.

Exfoliation - In the hands of a professional, chemical or physical exfoliation aids in cell turnover and optimizes serums and moisturizers’ effects.

Chemical Peels - Reversing sun damage and mitigating the impact of the dreaded “maskne” so many are facing, chemical peels reveal bright, fresh new skin.

Dermaplaning - Manual exfoliation with a surgical scalpel removes peach fuzz and dead skin, allowing more efficient absorption of skincare products and smoother makeup application.

HydraFacial™ - HydraFacial™ uses vortex exfoliation technology to remove dead skin cells. Glycolic and salicylic acids offer similar results to a chemical peel without scaling. Vortex extraction then cleanses clogged pores followed by a serum containing skin protectants and antioxidants.

O2toDerm Oxygen Dome - An oxygen facial using SkinRejuv502’s new O2toDerm Oxygen Dome detoxifies pores and puts moisture back in the skin.

Hyaluronic Acid - Hyaluronic acid is naturally occurring in the human body. Replenishing hyaluronic acid serums hydrate and plump the skin, diminishing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Peptides - Collagen peptides are small-string amino acid proteins that can also help reverse the effects of aging on the skin.

Moisturizing - Colder air and lower humidity call for richer, creamier moisturizers or balms to lock in moisture and protect the skin from the elements.

Posted on 2020-11-05 by By Dawn Anderson | Courtesy Photos