I did, but I might did something wrong with my soap. Because it is not that hard. And it has now cured for about 5 months. Maybe too short. But it is hard, but at the same time gets mushy very fast in contact with water. I did not do a water discount on that soap, and I think it did not gel. I'm quite sure it did not, because I used the whip attachment on my stand mixer to whip it for 3 hours (!) and then poured it in individual plastic molds. It is a great soap, not harsh anymore (it was in the beginning), and very moisturizing. But not really hard. I have heard 12 months curing time should be minimum for olive oil soaps, so it might get more water insoluble after a full cure? I did experience some stages. First it was harsh and very, very water soluble. Plus no lather and slimy. Then harder, milder and less water soluble. More lather and less slime. Now it is quite hard when dry, but not when wet, but harder than it used to be. It lathers well. I get bubbles. But I don't remember if I added sugar. I get some slime if it has been mushy, like when using it several times without enough drying time in between. So I really would like to get it more water insoluble, plus a little more bubbles. Otherwise, olive is perfect as it is, it makes great soaps. I like my soap, and I do have many left, so I will see how it changes after 12 months cure.