Which laser hair removal machine to choose for the fine black hair on my face, side face, neck, chest, breasts, stomach, and my back?

Depends. The laser chosen depends on your skin type.. If you have olive to darker skin, an nd yag laser is more appropriate so that it does not leave pigmentation after laser occurs.
I personally use. Cynosure apogee elite the best of the best . In my opinion and my laser technician who has worked with many machines before (candela and others). It is the least painful and most effective one.

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Are diod laser hair removal machines harmful while breast feeding? Or normal?

Why do want to use. It during breast feeding , a general rule is no one should be exposed to any laser light other than the person , how safe it it is guide lines dictate will not allow the baby near you , personnel will use protective gear, glass etc. Direct hit to eye will damage it , diode laser where electric diodes used as media is widely used in industries , also used for hair removal. Read more...
Can't breast feed. During actual treatment, but otherwise, laser hair removal will cause no problems in a breast-feeding mother. This is light, not ionizing radiation, and it does not penetrate deeply enough to affect milk ducts or anything other than the hair follicles and skin itself. Read more...

Can I get laser hair removal on my chest and stomach?

Yes. It will require several visits to greatly reduce the hair numbers. Lasers work only on actively growing hair follicles (many are in 'resting' stage at any given time). You will come back at set intervals to be able to catch the majority of growing hairs needed to accomplish your goals. Most chest/ab hair is dark, and lasers do best on dark hair for removal (seek color). Read more...
Yes. Can be used anywhere on the body - remember, the darker and the coarser the hair - the better it works. Read more...

What amount do I need to budget for laser hair removal for my chest and legs?

Varies. the cost varies depending on the experience of the provider. I would say $2000 but it could be more or less. Read more...
A lot. 2-3K, even on sale. this is one of those things that can go horribly wrong. if you elect to do this then find a dermatologist that does it and be careful of medspas. make sure you have a good after care plan and know what to do if you have burns or infection. Read more...

Help-i have redness & small blisters & cracks (burns?) from laser hair removal on face, neck & corners of mouth what should I use to heal w/o scars?

Ointment. It sounds like you may have some mild burns from the hair removal laser. Any cracks or blisters should be covered with antibiotic ointment and kept clean. Avoid any sun exposure until you are cleared by your treating physician to reduce any damage. The face usually recovers very quickly from this type of treatment. Read more...