In an attempt not to overdo all the possible ways that a doll could be loaded with flaws and "normal" gal attributes, the maker of the Lammily doll provides stickers so you can customize her with a variety of options: freckles, acne, moles, stretch marks, cellulite, scars, scrapes, bruises, and tattoos.
And perhaps best of all, this doll has real world measurements, based on an average 19-year-old's proportions.
Nickolay Lamm, creator of the Lammily doll, told Time.com that the doll started as an art project in 2013. He explained, "Parents and their kids were emailing and asking where they could buy the 'normal Barbie' - but they didn't exist." He raised the money to create the doll through crowd funding, admitting, "I knew it was either going to bomb or blow up, there was no in between."
Check out the doll in the video below, plus a look at how kids compare the Lammily to a Barbie doll.