I made several batches of soap in May just in time for hot & humid June, July & Aug to come along while curing and cause all of my soaps to sweat. All of my soaps cure (& are stored) in an office in my home that is not air conditioned. In Aug, when I went to try the soaps I had made in May, I hated every single one, even those using recipes I've loved before. Despite having a 6% superfat for the regular bars and a 20% superfat for the all-coconut oil bar - all of them left behind that squeaky clean feeling where it feels like the skin has been completely stripped of moisture. Again, I've made all these recipes before and none of them had that effect previously. Could being cured in a room that's hot and humid create some sort of negative effect? Does sweating drain moisture from a bar? Any input would be appreciated!