Glycerine is a normally produced during the soap making process. Glycerine is a humectant, which means it attracts water. Therefore soaps with glycerine in them tend to make your skin feel moister. At the same time glycerine soaps tend to have more water in them and attract water from the atmosphere, therefore 'sweating' in humid conditions. Many commercial soaps have had the glycerine component removed during manufacture as it can be sold separately.
Uses slightly different components and usually some form of alcohol to alter the process. The process is also conducted at higher temperatures. All these facts change the process and hence the resulting product. NOT all transparent soaps are glycerine soaps.
Liquid Soaps Are actually quite difficult to make and many of the commercial liquid soaps are just in fact detergents: They will clean just fine
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