Hallo @amd, many thanks for your feedback, I've got some practice making white soaps now! Post #39 is a soy wax soap, the exact recipe I used is: 20% soy wax 20% coconut oil 20% olive oil 15% rice bran oil 10% Shea butter 10% apricot kernal oil 5% castor oil with 4% superfat and 33% lye concentration (You see how @KiwiMoose got the nickname Princess Poly-Oil?) I brought the SW, CO, OO & Shea butter to 70°C (158°F), stirring, and then added the remainder of the oils (perhaps I should have heated one of the other oils as well because it cooled a little too low, I understand SW will work well around 52°C/125°F; this dropped a bit below that). My lye was still warm enough to lift the temperature a little. With no colour or fragrance, the batter seemed to behave really well. Unfortunately I was distracted/curious about levels of trace and it turned into lumpy pudding but, as you can see, it moulded and set well, and a wee soap scrap I tested at three days old has made a nice lather and bubbles, can't wait to try the bar!