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Redheaded male with freckles


Our pigmentation reduction can fix freckles, sort out sunspots and reduce blemishes. All you need to do is contact The Bay Laser and Beauty Clinic in Colwyn Bay. We welcome clients from across Anglesey, Snowdonia and Rhyl.


  • How does light assisted hair removal work?
    The light emitted by the device is absorbed my melanin(the colour) within the hair. This is then converted into heat energy, damaging the hair follicle.
  • What does the treatment feel like?
    Treatment sensation varies and everyone's pain threshold is different but you can feel what is described as the 'hot flick' of an elastic band during treatment. However thanks to Dynamic Reflex Technology, most clients describe the discomfort as moderate and tolerable.
  • How many sessions will I need?
    The number of sessions required varies from client to client and is dependent on many factors. Results can be seen after just a few treatments. We recommend having a session regularly every 4-6 weeks for face and every 6-8 weeks for body hair for a course of treatment. However a minimum of 4 and up to 12 treatments are recommended as a course to deliver the best results and maintenance treatments are advised to sustain results.
  • Who is suitable for treatment?
    Most people are suitable for treatment. Grey/white hair has no melanin so in this case we would advise electrolysis, we can offer a combination of laser and electrolysis. We always carry out a thorough consultation to assess medical history, suitability for treatment and plan the best treatment plan for you.
  • How much is it?
    Consultations are £40 which includes your patch test, this is payable upon booking. Laser session prices start at £70 per session. We offer great discounts on courses including 10% discount on courses of 4 and 20% discount on courses of 8. Find our full price guide below.
Woman receiving acne treatment
LUMINA Pigmentation treatment reducing visibility of skin pigmentation


Ask our team in Colwyn Bay about pigmentation reduction.

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