I was looking at BrambleBerrys kits, They are not what I would by because they are expensive IMO, but these are beginner kits for first timers, with the oils mixed for you and detailed directions, this is not the Business in a Box that caused so much controversy. I glanced and the reviews and read this. Anne-Marie had someone call her to troubleshoot, but this was this womans first batch and she is angry she cannot recoup her loss because she was going to sell them.:headbanging: I think in the visible response this woman should be told it is a make your first batch easy kit, not something you should sell. Sorry I have some shopping to do and ran across this and it makes me want to scream. More than likely her oils got to cool, because they sell these with EO's and FO's that are not going seize your batch. I am willing to bet she is going to sell the olive oil and coconut bar soaps "that turned out fine", which she has no way of knowing until she has been making that recipe and studying that soap for well over six months! Ok, I just had had to rant, I think businesses that sell these kits so people do not have to think (which is fine for your first few batches) should put up some kind of warning to NOT sell your first batch. It always makes it harder on us who spend years perfecting our recipes, I have only been soaping 2 1/2 years and only have 2 recipes I am willing to sell because I know the proper cure time, neither of these have yet to get DOS afters 2 years and I know when they are at their lathery best! OK rant over. Just had to get it off my chest. I know these type of people will always be around, but buying a bad bar from one of us affects all of us.