I tried making some oatmeal, milk and honey soap. The 3rd batch had a ring around the middle it. I added 1.5 oz milk and 2tsp of honey to the oil on room temperature (88 degrees) on a 2.75 lb batch. When I cut the soap, it looked fine but a few days later, that's when I noticed the ring. I read that milk and honey can cause soap to heat up. I never covered the soap because of this. Should I have put it in the freezer after I made it? Also, at the same time I made this batch, also made another milk soap with oatmeal and fragranced it with a brambleberry's black Amber and vanilla. When I cut the soap, I noticed white spots all over. The soap is brown due to vanilla content of fragrance oil. This is my 3rd batch for this and the 1st ones weren't like this. I used 7% Shea butter, equal parts soy and olive oil and ran it through soap calculator to make sure I have the right amount of lye and water. Should I have done a water discount because I added milk? Like I said, only put 1.5 oz of milk and 2tsp of honey to the oil.