I have been experimenting with soap making and I bought some Stephenson clear glycerin soap base. I've been experimenting for a couple of months, but I am not at all more than a little experienced. By itself the Stephenson's base is great. It lathers great and as expected. I do put some oils in my mix and I know that fats decrease the lather, but I really like the results of the oils I use when using the soap, but I'm disappointed in the lather. Is there a way to counter act the decrease in lather? I use about 1 to 2 Tbsp of oils blend per pound of base. (Including fragrance.) I suspect that reducing the fat would be detrimental to what I like about the soap I make. I read a suggestion that I could add a tiny bit of sugar to the soap to increase lather, but I wondered if that would work for me, and whether that would spoil on the shelf over time? Thanks for your thoughts!