I've been working with chemists and labs to develop a line for a while, but would like to have a play around with emulsion-making at home concurrently to get a feel for the effects of different materials. It wouldn't be for making cosmetics to sell. I don't mind spending a bit of money on a homogenizer as it's costing me a huge amount anyway for the chemists' time, but don't want to spend thousands as it may not end up being used that much!
Would something like the following with the 12G head be suitable for making a cosmetic cream? I'd only be making small amounts, around 100ml each time. The main things I'm not sure about are if the 12G head is an appropriate size and if the 12G head can handle the viscosity of a cosmetic cream.
I also saw the Misceo range () which looks identical to the affordable Dynamix kitchen range (it's the same company) apart from the colours and stand. But even the entry level Misceo and Dynamix says they are for 1-4 litres which is too much for me.
Thanks for any advice.