Hello fellows, I'm a newbie to this forum but I've been making soap for 5 years up to now. Few months ago, I read a blog/test report or whatever we call about lather testing in CP with additives from Modern Soapmaking. (If you haven't read it yet, here it is: http://www.modernsoapmaking.com/lather-lovers-additive-testing/). According to the blog, the combination of sorbitol and sodium citrate gives the best result. But from what I know, Sorbitol is a type of sugar, an alcohol sugar (?) and sugar boosts the lather as well as sodium citrate. On the other hand, sorbitol someway works like glycerin means it sure is a humectant-ish also. Now is my question. Have you guys ever tested or added sorbitol to your CP soaps? I did, and I feel a little hummm humid on my soap. It's like sorbitol is drawing water from the air to the soap. I looked up in the Internet for the information. Some articles say sorbitol is an moistrurizer, some says it's like glycerin and can be use to replace glycerin in cosmetics since sorbitol is less expensive. I'm kinda confused about this. Can you share some of your experience with sorbitol in CP soap? I use 5% of sorbitol in my CP along with 3% of sodium citrate as recommended in the blog above. Thank you in advance!