Hi all, I had a great idea to make soap for my Christmas presents and over the weekend I made my first ever CP soap batch and in hindsight, I realise I should have used a much simpler recipe but I made a honey soap from this page https://www.savvyhomemade.com/honeycomb-soap-recipe/ I was worried because it got a thick trace fairly quickly that it might have been false but I haven't noticed it separate at all. The biggest issue I think was I let too much air into the mixture with my stick blender (only read about burping after and brought the blender up too high whilst on). My cut soap has lots of air pockets because of this and what looks like cracks throughout it and I am now worried it won't be safe to use. I haven't zap tested or ph tested it yet (I am not sure a what point I am supposed to do this I made it Sunday and is now Tuesday). If all of that is ok could the air bubbles still be a problem and do the cracks show it is lye heavy or is it just weak from the bubbles? I don't mind so much about the look of it but as it is for presents I want to make sure it is safe to use. I have attached pics of when it went into the mold (basic tuppaware lined with greaseproof paper and bubble wrap for design), cut from the top and then cut from the side where you can see the cracks. Any advice on this would be amazing, thank you!