Nearly Me products are for women who have had a mastectomy or just need enhancements for their breasts or rear. Nearly Me was created after Ruth Handler noticed there was not much on the market for women after a mastectomy. Why does that name sound familiar? Handler was the inventor of the Barbie doll making her no stranger to fashion and beauty. She knew a breast enhancement made of silicone that molds to the breast tissue would help women feel beautiful and confident. Nearly Me not only offers enhancements, but they also offer attachable nipples and rear forms and panties. The soft silicone gel in the enhancers add cleavage as well as cup size. The breasts look and feel like real breast tissue. Nearly Me also offers bras that hold the breast enhancers with wire-free cups of soft mesh. Nearly Me designers believe women should not let breast cancer take away their confidence with their breast tissue. Handler believed in this thought. Though she passed away in 2002, the company continues to grow and thrive with her legacy. Nearly Me gives women a chance to be free again with the knowledge they look and feel better than ever. Read more about Nearly Me.