Hi! Does someone know what model of (cheap) homogenizer is best suited for small-scale cosmetics production?
For operations like making creams / lotions / shampoos / conditioners etc

Is it better to use rotor/stator type of working head or just a tooth-saw type?

For example, given the following two models, which one is more universal (if any) ?

1) http://www.medpacking.com/ad300lh-laboratory-high-shear-dispersion-homogenizer-s1-continuous-p-1862.html
2) http://www.medpacking.com/ae300lh-laboratory-highshear-emulsifying-machine-emulsion-machine-p-1872.html


  • Bill_TogeBill_Toge Member, Professional Chemist
    the second one (the rotor/stator mixer) is a more widely used design, both on the lab and plant scale; it's similar to a Silverson or Greaves mixer

    it'd be total overkill for making shampoos, but it'd work well for making creams, lotions and conditioners
    UK based formulation chemist. Strongest subjects: hair styling, hair bleaches, hair dyes (oxidative and non-oxidative) I know some stuff about: EU regulations, emulsions (O/W and W/O), toothpaste, mouthwash, shampoos, other toiletries
  • Thank you very much
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