I want to make my first salt bar soon so it has a long cure before winter, and I'm waffling between a standard salt bar with high CO and SF or a soleseife with a more normal CO and SF. My goal is for it to lather really well while being as conditioning as possible for use during dry wintertime. I'd like to share it with friends living in interior Alaska where it gets super dry during winter compared to my coastal location. If I went with a standard bar I'd probably use 80% CO, 15% avocado, 5% shea, 75% salt, 15-20% superfat (depending how much coconut milk I sub for water) -- or something like that. For the soleseife, maybe 30% CO, 40% lard, 20% avocado, 5% shea, 5% castor, salt at 25% of water weight, and 7-10% SF (again depending on coconut milk). I'm leaning toward the high CO/SF recipe mostly because I've seen a lot more positive reviews. Which do you think would meet my objectives better, and why? Any tweaks or tips you feel strongly about?