I just unmolded my second batch in a row that is full of glycerine rivers. I’m hoping (as a total newbie) that I can get some advice on how to best avoid in the future, when I want a full gel. Both batches were soaped around 120 (admittedly the first one was closer to 130). Should I be consistently soaping at 110 or less (my earlier readings suggested this would prevent full gel)? I set up both on a heating pad on medium for 30 and left under insulated boxes for 24+ hours. Is this step always needed for full gel or only when soaping at lower temps? Essential oils I used were jasmine and cinnamon for one (I’ve since read cinnamon can cause lumpy batter, but I wonder if it also affects rivers?) and tea tree for the second. i haven’t been able to find a listing or suggestion of what oils can encourage rivers more than others. Both batches were also pigmented which definitely made the rivers more pronounced. Any ideas of what I can try for the next batch would be great! I’m using more or less the same recipe for these batches to try to keep something consistent while I figure this out!