I hope I can get some help here. I have been working on LS for what feels like forever. I have a few recipes that I can get nice and clear after dilution. I did have issues with clouding after adding EOs and FOs but after using a little bit of Polysorbate 80 after dilution and after scenting I've been able to get the soap clear again. I would love to thicken the soaps, but that's where I get stymied. I've tried reducing the dilution rate, a 20% salt water solution, and a borax solution with minimal results. I know LS do not get as thick as detergent based, but I wondered if I am missing something or if someone has any advice? I made a batch tonight, got it a decent thickness (with salt water solution), fairly clear and fragranced with an FO. I just checked it and now it's cloudy! Total bummer. The recipes I have used so far: 40% Olive oil 20% CO 13% castor 20% sunflower 7% sweet almond this recipe came out nice and clear after dilution. Became cloudy when I thickened. Nice and bubbly though. Also: 50% OO 25% CO 15% sunflower oil 10% castor oil nIce and bubbly. Clear after dilution. Cloudy with thickening! What am I missing? Have read Catherine Failor's book front to back several times and read David Fisher's webpage and watched several Youtube videos. I searched on here and read some stuff and that's where I got the idea to try the Polysorbate 80 to emulsify the fragrances into the soap solution. Now I know soap doesn't have to be clear, but this has become my white whale! Help!