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“Real Barbie” Lammily Doll Gets Acne, Freckles, and Stretch Marks

by Hazel Chua
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Remember Lammily, aka the “Real Barbie doll”? Well, she just got a makeover, but not in the ways that you would expect. Instead of caking Lammily up in makeup or giving her lipo, her upgrade comes in the form of Lammily Marks. It’s a pack of reusable stickers that gives her blemishes, bruises, and stretch marks – in short, most things you would expect to see an actual person have.

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It definitely sends a strong message and lets kids play with something real for a change. Doll maker Nickolay Lamm stays true to his objective of creating a realistic-looking doll that won’t have kids potentially questioning their body image.

Now your dolls can have freckles, acne, cellulite, the occasional booboo, and more! These clear vinyl stickers can be repositioned and reapplied to customize your doll. 38 reusable stickers on a sticker sheet. Includes: Cellulite, Stretch marks, Freckles, Acne, Glasses, Blushing, Adhesive bandages, Moles, Temporary Tattoo, Stitches, Scrapes & Scratches, Bruises, Cast, Scars, Mosquito Bites, Grass and Dirt Stains.

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Lammily Marks cost $6 and are available here.

[via Laughing Squid]

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