FROM preening your pubes to forking out for sanitary items – this is how much your lady bits are really costing you.
Whether it's waxing, shaving or lasering, some women spend more time preening their hair "down there" than their locks on top.
And the pruning doesn't come cheap. In fact, keeping pubic hair in check is costing women a small fortune.
The average lady forks out £131.88 on shaving products annually and an eye-watering £225 on waxing.
And beauty products aren't the only things emptying women's bank accounts.
Just having a vagina (aka being a biological woman) means that you earn on average 19.1% less than your male counterpart.The 2014 national statistics revealed that the average woman in the UK earns £15,400, while the average man rakes in £24,800.
That's a grand total of £9,400 less, just for being female.
And then there's the hotly debated tampon tax.Women are spending £156 a year on sanitary items, according to Buddy Loans. That means over a lifetime the average woman will spend almost £18,450 dealing with menstruation.
Since 2000, a 5% tax has been added to sanitary products in the UK and unfortunately it looks like it's here to stay.
Other female expenses include thrush treatment, anti-itch cream and specialist appointments.
One alarming static even revealed that women are splashing £8 a month on new underwear – after period accidents.
All this means ladies are forking out a shocking £922 a year – nearly 1,000 big ones just on their vaginas.