Forgive me if this has already been said, @Rune but this is my suggestion. I would remove everything from your soap recipes except oils, water, lye, and colorants. Work with the basic ingredients until you determine either what is causing your soap to over thicken, or you develop a recipe that behaves correctly . Once you have achieved a recipe that is slower, add your other things back one at a time and observe the effect. I don't suggest changing what you call fully hydrogenated coconut (its natural state) for the liquid coconut oil 92 because it is not as good in soap as the 78 degree. There is nothing wrong with unscented soap, either, so I would save scent experiments for the very last, after you have tested each other additive, after finding a slow or slower recipe. Good luck , friend!