The new study, conducted by OnePoll on behalf of BAKblade, also revealed that this embarrassment may cause some men hesitation when it comes to certain activities.
It was found that the average man shaves every seven days, according to the results, that does not mean they are at the top of their grooming routine as they would like to be.
In fact, nearly half of the respondents (48 percent) admitted that their grooming habits weren’t the best, and another 43 percent said they weren’t confident in their own grooming abilities.
This is readily apparent in the results of the study, which also found that six in 10 men have put off shaving their face out of dread or laziness, and 63 percent of those men say their own appearance suffered for it.
“When most men think of having better ‘grooming habits,’ they often think of going into a salon and waiting for their name to be called for their waxing session. Who wants that? BAKblade strives to ‘keep it in the bathroom’ and allow men to manage the issues themselves,” said Matt Dryfhout, CEO and founder of BAKblade.
“Our back and body shavers allow men to continue to feel ‘manly’ and keep their dignity while managing the problem in the privacy of their homes.”
“While men, overall, are getting more curious in the area of grooming, it is the millennials that are showing the most curiosity,” continued Dryfhout.
“The biggest hurdle has been showing men options available to them while at the same time letting them know how easy it can be. ”