Skinfresh Clinic


Late May 2019

Plasma BT® Introductory Offer
Plasma BT Introductory Offer***Special**
Pay for 2 and get 3 treatments for upper eyelid tightening OR under eye hollows

Give yourself a fresh look with our Non Surgical Eyelift treatment using Plasma BT Surgical™ ... only in NZ with Skinfresh Clinic

Skinfresh NZ are proud to present the our latest cosmetic treatment the #NextGeneration #PlasmaEyeLift

Plasma BT® treatment is focused on giving you the best possible results in the following areas:

  • Non - surgical upper and lower eyelid rejuvenation, lifting and tightening
  • Dramatic crows feet reduction
  • Wrinkle reduction on face and upper lip
  • Reduction of acne and other scarring
  • Removal of skin tags
  • Treatment of acne cysts/ spots
  • Non-surgical neck lift
  • Walk In - Walk Out Procedure

Plasma BT® can be used alone of combined with other treatments to give even better results.

A non - invasive eyelid procedure without any surgical incision, no hospital stay and no general anaesthetic. It is a walk - in walk out procedure performed under local anaesthetic that is a safe and effective treatment for the delicate eye area.

For more information and to find out if this procedure is suitable for you, please make an appointment with Dr Pitsilis. If you then go ahead with the procedure, your visit fee will be refunded.

A consultation is needed to assess your individual needs first.

Book your treatment or consultation now.



The Male P-Shot procedure addresses the problems of:

  • Erectile Dysfunction
  • Enhancement and maintenance Erectile function
  • Improvement and prevention of Erectile Dysfunction
  • Peyronies disease - the penis is bent when erect

The common problem of Erectile Dysfunction increases with age. At age 45 years, 50 % of men suffer from erectile dysfunction and it worsens from there, worsening with added disease and drugs.

This is a serious problem that inevitably affects the confidence and self esteem of men.

Other factors that affect erectile function can include:

  • Drugs eg Beta blockers
  • Diseases that affect the blood vessels of the penis e.g. Heart disease, vascular disease, hypertension, diabetes
  • Prostate problems
  • Bladder and colorectal cancers

Exclusively at Skinfresh, we combine this treatment with specific penile rejuvenation medication that will help maintain erectile function with age.

Additionally, Dr Frances Pitsilis who is qualified and experienced in hormonal and nutritional medicine, can help with any drug induced erectile problems and safely correct any hormone and nutritional deficiencies that can help penile health as well as general health.

At Skinfresh, we specialize in helping internal health first , and along with other therapies to optimize your results.

CONTACT US to make a booking for a confidential consultation with Dr Frances Pitsilis to discover how the Male P-Shot® procedure may help you.

Or you can call us today on 09 486 0030


Female O-shot® Procedure

Female O-shot® Procedure

The Female O-Shot procedure addresses the common problems of:

  1. Bladder incontinence
  2. Dry vaginal tissues and poor lubrication
  3. Painful sexual intercourse
  4. Poor sexual desire and sexual response
  5. Lichen sclerosis - a skin condition of the vulva and vagina

The Female O-Shot Procedure involves:

  1. Drawing your own blood to produce your own Platelet rich Plasma.
  2. Numbing cream
  3. Specialized injection by Dr Pitsilis into specific areas of the upper vagina and peri-clitoral area.

Results from the Female O-Shot Procedure can be variable and may include the following:

- Improved vaginal tissue quality and lubrication along with improved bladder continence. This may lead to elimination of painful sexual intercourse.
- Improved libido, sexual arousal and response with potential for increased sexual sensitivity, easier and stronger orgasms as well as multiple orgasms.
- The achievement and quality of orgasm may improve.

O-Shot® result checklist:

  • Desire
  • Lubrication
  • Comfortable
  • Sensitivity
  • Orgasm ease and strength

CONTACT US to make a booking for a confidential consultation with Dr Frances Pitsilis to discover how the Female O-Shot Procedure may help you.

Or you can call us today on 09 486 000


Product of the Month

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Foaming Exfoliating Cleanser

Great value 240ml for Women and Men at only $68!!

AHA stands for alpha hydroxy acid. BHA stands for beta hydroxy acid. AHAs are water-soluble acids made from sugary fruits. BHAs can get deeper into the pores to remove dead skin cells and excess sebum.

Ideal for the cosmetic management of:

  • Resilient skins
  • Normal
  • Impure, oily congested skin
  • Sun damage
  • Non-sensitive hyperpigmented skin
  • Shaving for men


  • Exfoliating
  • Cleansing
  • Purifying

Key Ingredients:

  • L-Lactic Acid - Refines and gently exfoliates
  • Salicylic Acid - Exfoliating and decongesting
  • Aloe Bera - Hydrating, soothing, calming and purifying
  • Canadian Willowherb - Soothing calming and antioxidant protection.

AM/PM 2-3 times per week at first, increasing frequency as tolerated. Rinse skin with water, dispense 2-3 pumps into palm of hand and massage into the skin for at least 30 seconds using gentle circular movements. Rinse thoroughly. Repeat this process if wearing makeup or water resistance sunscreen.

For men, apply foam and leave on for 30 seconds prior to shaving.

*Not safe for pregnant or lactating women due to Salicylic Acid


Supplements for stress

Supplements for stress

Whether we like it or not, we are all more stressed. I believe it is because we are overloaded and life is more complex. We all seem to have a lot more to do and a lot more complexity in our lives, often juggling many balls. This is usually the case with women as they are often juggling home and family with work. Because we have email, text messages and cell phones, we are able to do a lot more than we used to. We see other people seemingly doing a lot more but we don't know the price they are paying for it.

I think everyone should take a general multivitamin and omega 3 fish oil for their health on a regular basis. Omega 3 fish oil is known to be anti-inflammatory and to help cells work more efficiently. As a result, they have far reaching benefits by reducing inflammation, heart disease, blood pressure, cholesterol, stroke, diabetes, allergy, autoimmune diseases, breast and bowel cancer, osteoarthritis and even intelligence, learning, depression, anger, hostility and the ability to cope with stress. A reasonable dose for a healthy person would be 1000-2000mg. Higher amounts are necessary for stress or disease and checking with the family doctor first would be a good idea.

All of the vitamins are very important for health but we will select a few that are particularly good as a foundation and for general health, stress and the skin.

Vitamin C is well known as an antioxidant, great for the immune system, an antihistamine and of course great for the skin. Clients with Vitamin C deficiency will have bleeding gums and fragile blood vessels. The highest levels are needed for the adrenal glands that help us with stress. Many people don't get enough fruits and vegetables, and even if they do, how long have they been in the fridge and how have they been grown and processed? In addition, any form of stress easily drains the body of vitamin C. Supplementation by mouth is a good idea. I suggest 500-1000mg daily as a normal dose. For illness or stress, I suggest 2000-6000mg daily over 2-3 doses. Some people get diarrhoea if they take too much.

Although vitamin D is named such, it is really a hormone similar to cholesterol which is made by the body in response to sun exposure. Vitamin D regulates 1000 genes and its deficiency is now at epidemic proportions around the world. It is responsible for reducing nearly everything. Its effects include reducing 17 different cancers (including breast, bowel, lung), heart disease, osteoporosis, weight loss, anxiety and depression, colds and flu etc. We are typically told that we must keep the sun off the face to prevent ageing. This is still a good idea but some general body sun should be obtained to prevent deficiency of vitamin D. In people with type 1 skin or vulnerable people, it may be necessary to supplement vitamin D orally on a regular basis to prevent a deficiency. A blood test from your family doctor would detect a deficiency.

Zinc is important for over 200 reactions in the body and is well known for its effects in wound healing and therefore collagen production. However it is depleted when there is stress and is needed more when there is infection, allergy and disease. Zinc can be tested by doing the zinc taste test at a pharmacy or health shop to detect whether there is adequate zinc in the body. If the person cannot taste zinc, it is a guide to low zinc stores in the body and then should be taken as a supplement. Your health and skin will benefit.

B-vitamins are good for generating cellular energy. This means the cells work better and do their jobs more efficiently. This plays out in the skin. Various B-vitamins are known to enhance the immune system of the skin and protect it. If someone is particularly sick or stressed, I will often suggest adding a B-Complex to the basic multivitamin and fish oil regime.

Sometimes supplemental probiotics can be quite helpful when there has been infection, diarrhoea, urinary tract infections or even chest infections, antibiotics and drugs. In these situations the body's bowel flora can become unbalanced and contribute to inflammation.

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