Hello, I'm trying to step my soap making skills up by experimenting with micas and fragrance oils. My goal is to produce a nicely swirled soap. I've had different results ranging from an OK swirl to OMG, my batter is too thick. I believe the issue is the fragrance oil is accelerating the soap batter, making it difficult to get a complete swirl effect. I tried an in the pot swirl & my batter had traced so heavily that by the time I poured my colored soap in, the soap was setting up in the bowl. My question is, does anyone have any suggestions of fragrance oils that I could try that would leave me enough time to complete a swirl technique. In other words, that would allow the batter to remain fluid enough to work with before setting up? Once I add the lye to the oils, I'm only bending enough for the two to emulsify - thinking this will allow me time to work , but once I add the fragrance oil, things move pretty quick with the batter & I'm not experienced enough to keep up with it. I end up with soap but not quite what I was going for. Any suggestions or feedback is greatly appreciated, thanks so much!