At Fort Worth’s First Refill Shop, Customers Can Stock Up On Soap And Reduce Plastic Waste – Patch

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April 2, 2022

Lindsay Crutcher’s decision to launch Fort Worth’s first refill shop was born out of the COVID-19 pandemic. Her mother and husband were diagnosed with cancer in early 2020, and she had time at home to research how everyday chemicals could impact her family’s health.

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“It makes you look at what you’re putting on your body, around your body and in your homes,” Crutcher said. “If anybody really starts researching those things, you want to do better for yourself, and a lot of that change leads to doing better for the environment.”

While a Dallas refill shop started up in late 2020, Crutcher was unable to find a comparable option in Fort Worth. So, in October, she opened For the Love of Zero.

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