A new survey has found that several women are choosing to forego grooming their pubic hair.
According to a survey conducted by British pharmacy site UKMedix.com, 51 percent women revealed that they don't style or groom the hair around the genital region, the Huffington Post reported.
Also, 45 percent said they "used to, but don't do it any longer" and 14 percent said they couldn't afford all of those pricey waxes.
The survey also found that 30 percent of young women simply preferred the "natural look".
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