From ZZ Top to “Duck Dynasty,” beards are taking over, and that is putting a nick in profits for razor blade manufacturers.

Procter & Gamble says razor blade sales experienced a slight decline in late 2013, even as sales elsewhere in the world increased, according to a Jan. 15, 2014, UPI story.

According to the article, “P&G did note an increase in ‘shaving below the neck,’ or what is popularly known as ‘manscaping.'”

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