Skinfresh Clinic


March 2015

New standard pricing for Dermal Fillers

Now, it's even more affordable to get the results you really want.

The more you use, the more economical it becomes. Come and see us now for our new standard pricing information.  You will be pleasantly surprised.

It’s possible to have the treatment at lunchtime, Saturday morning or on the way home from work.

At Skinfresh Clinic we focus on safety as well as results.

Book your consultation today!

Results may vary.


Treat Myself Club

Now you can stop putting yourself last treat yourself!

We know that putting yourself first is often hard.  Family/work or just ‘life’ commitments often take over, and there is nothing left for you!

Skinfresh Clinic and Dr Pitsilis are introducing our Treat Myself Club where you put money aside and build up a savings amount to use just for you.

You choose the frequency and amount of deposit – whatever works for you.  Set up an automatic payment with little each month or so.  Just put your name and TMC as a reference.
***Just give us a call or email for our bank account number***

Your account credit will then be available for you to use against anything you want – products, treatments or even consultations with Dr Pitsilis.  Just like a Christmas club – only more personal.

This way you reduce any credit card bill stress or fees, and you can withdraw your savings if you ever need them.

Not a current client – don’t panic, just give us a call to enroll.


Considering a Dermal Filler?

Dermal fillers are becoming more affordable and available as one of the most popular cosmetic treatments at Skinfresh Clinic, where there are two cosmetic nurses and Dr Pitsilis. A dermal filler treatment is generally very safe and is performed as a walk in – walk out treatment. When deciding whether to have a dermal filler, several questions should come to mind.

What is a dermal filler? A dermal filler is a product that injected into the skin to lift wrinkles, or under the skin to give volume to the face. The most popular ones consist of hyaluronic acid which is a sugar found in all animals.

What is a dermal filler used for? Dermal fillers help restore lip shape and volume, treat lines around the mouth and lift up the cheeks. Improve under eye hollows and help the appearance of scars. Some specifically hydrate the skin of the face, neck and hands.

Is this treatment right for me? Always consult with an experienced doctor or the doctor’s nurse in a medical clinic. Time should be spent over a thorough medical, medication and allergy history. Some situations make the procedure riskier.  You must give informed consent.

What are your other treatment options, including no treatment. What can go wrong, how serious it is, and what can be done about it? After all, it is not strictly necessary for you to undergo this treatment for your health, so you need to know all about it.

How effective is the treatment and how long does it last?Between 6-18 months, especially if a top up treatment is performed at around 6-9 months.  In experienced hands, they can be very effective.

How skilled and experienced is the doctor or nurse who will inject my face? You should always ask this question.

What can go wrong? It's generally very safe. Rarely, allergy, infection or other serious side effects can occur – these require specific timely expert treatment in a medical clinic.

What happens if something does go wrong? Is this a medical clinic with emergency equipment and drugs? Is it being performed by a doctor, or a nurse with a doctor immediately available? Are you given a 24 hour phone number to call after the procedure?

Are there any long term risks? Usually not, if done safely, in a well equipped medical clinic by a doctor or with a nurse and the doctor available.

Book your Skinfresh Clinic consultation now or phone 09 486 0030.



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