Hi everyone, I've been lurking for a long while but this is my first post. I hope it's appropriate. I've noticed a lot of artisan shave soap makers have a relatively high level of glycerin in their recipes, i.e., they're high in their ingredients lists compared to other ingredients, oils especially. Sometimes I'll see glycerin as the 2nd or 3rd ingredient in the list. That has me confused. I've been traditionally following the 1tbsp/lb oils as a SF idea, or between 3%-5%. Are they doing something different? Is it possible that they're listing the glycerin produced as part of sapping, as well as what they add? Are they adding upwards of 10-15% to their recipes? Are they adding it as part of their oils, before saponification? Have I just stepped off the deep end? I'm a newcomer, so my inexperience is very possibly wrong but I thought that more than 5% added glycerin is risky business. Thanks in advance if anyone replies! I've been glad to read all these posts and see such a welcoming community!