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The new study found a significant increase of germ counts in the human also in dog fur samples.
Those pesky millennials are said to be in debt of another, a shocking, unexpectedly, industry, and the razor blade business.
Procter & Gamble recently disclosed they have an $8 billion hit on It, is there any of the old men’s penchant for the media, a trend that is supposed to be like “her” for the time being.
On Tuesday, P&G is linked to the overall decline in sales of men’s shaving products as a part of the provide fad in the fiscal fourth-quarter earnings report, CNBC reports.
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The personal care products giant, is also cited increased competition in recent years from a subscription-based service, as well as by the outlet, including Harry’s and Dollar Shave Club.
“The lower shaving frequency has been reduced to the size of the business of blades and razors market,” P&G Chief Financial Officer Jon Moeller said on the call, MarketWatch reports.
The last five years, the demand for shaving products in the Us men are on the market, has fallen by 11 per cent, with razors and blades market drops in value to $2.4 billion in 2015 to reach $2.2 billion by 2018, according to Euromonitor data.
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Reps for P&G, does not immediately return Fox News’ request for comment on the story.
Also be a bit of a revival in the past few years, such as celebrities, athletes, and actors have let their facial hair grow as millennials to push for more relaxed work-place cultures, as compared to the generations of the past.
In other chilling news, in April a study has caused a stir in the report, the men also have more harmful bacteria than a dog’s dog.
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