I finally let a family friend try a bar of my soap. After a couple of weeks, I called and asked how she liked it and she said she really liked it, it cleaned really good and she was saving it to use on just her face because she didn't want to waste it lol. Well she then told me that she had went to a farmer's market type place and had picked up a couple bars of homemade soap from there. I asked her who was the person selling it. She didn't know the name, and after describing her, I realized it wasn't the person I knew here, so I was asking her about it. She said the lady had been making soap for 15 years, so I told her that it should be good soap then. I asked her what all was in the soap, she said she didn't know, so I told her to look on the package. There were no ingredients listed. We get into a discussion of why this was not good--- I asked her if you have a reaction, how would you know what it was to? It could be a reaction to fragrance oil, essential oils or even one of the oils. Anyway I wasn't trying to put the person down, but in my mind if you have made homemade soap for 15 years, why would you NOT include the ingredients? Fast forward several weeks, she calls me and asks for more soap, I told her I would send her some. She then tells me that she tried the other soap, and my soap was so much better!!! Yay!!! She said mine seems to clean better and makes her skin feel better.