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'Normal Barbie' accessorizes with cellulite, stretch marks

Nickolay Lamm has given Barbie another reality check.

Watch out Barbie, Nickolay Lamm is at it again!

Nickolay Lamm is the creator of Lammily, a “normal” Barbie doll who promotes simple beauty and a healthy, fun lifestyle. What began as an art project in July 2013 is now a real creation thanks to crowd funding, which raised $501,000. 

"A lot of parents were asking me where we could get this and I was like I'll just try to make it myself," Lamm told "It was a little overwhelming. I knew it was either going to bomb or go really well and thankfully it was really well." 

Lammily, whose proportions are that of an average 19-year-old woman, is available for purchase and delivery as of Wednesday. As the pre-orders for Lammily skyrocketed to just under 16,000 it is clear the need for a "normal Barbie" is one many see. 

"There is a crowd of people who believe what I believe, that dolls aren't just toys and are subconsciously how kids think about themselves. Then there are other kids who think toys are just toys who cars. I understand both side," Lamm said. 

Lamm has decided to add another feature to Lammily, giving her skin a "normal" look too. Lamm has designed an add-on pack that will give kids the option to give their Lammily doll acne, cellulite, stretch marks, scars bruises and more.  "I feel like a lot of toys put kids in a fantasy and I'm trying to make real cool." Lamm said. "Real is all we have anyways."