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Laser Hair Removal

What is laser hair removal?


Laser hair removal is the destruction of hair follicles in the the skin using a laser or IPL. This in turn prevents hair growth.

At Bonds aesthetics we use the 3D TrilogIce which enables us to provide laser hair removal and skin rejuvenation to the face and body.  


This system has a triple wavelength technology (Alexandrite, Diode and ND:Yag) to achieve maximum results when compared to a single wavelength.

Laser hair removal at a glance...


30 - 60 Minutes 



Results after 

First session

Price From 

From £35 

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Frequently Asked Questions

How does it work for hair removal?

As mentioned previously the system we use uses triple wavelength technology.  These three wavelengths transfer energy downwards, reaching different depths of the dermal tissue.

This causes volumetric heating of the dermal tissue, altering function of the hair by heating the dermal tissue and thermally injure the hair follicle.

The melanin in the hair helps to conduct the heat, bringing the temperature of the follicle above the temperature of the dermal tissue.

This allows the energy to build within the follicle causing irreversible heat trauma. However, the delicate skin tissue is left unaffected.  Therefore, impairing hair re-growth.

Is it Painful?


Laser hair removal is never completely pain free.  Heat from the laser is needed to kill the hair follicle.  You should feel a mild prickling sensation and heat. 


The contact cooling system allows the client to feel much more comfortable especially in those intimate areas with precision application.

Who can have Laser hair removal?

The 3D Trilogyice can be used on Fitzpatrick scale skin types 1-5 meaning this is an accessible treatment for most skin types.

How often will I need to be treated? 

Depending where you have treated the sessions will be every 4-6 weeks. 

What are the contra-indications for laser hair removal? 

  • Pregnancy

  • Pacemakers

  • Epilepsy

  • Haemophilia

  • Thrombosis or Thrombophlebitis

  • Autoimmune conditions –Inc. Hepatitis and aids

  • Suntanned skins

  • Active skin preparations

  • Photosensitive medications including non-prescriptive)

  • Gold Injections

  • Self tanning products

  • Metal pins and plates in the treatment area

  • Vitiligo

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