About Just Nips:
Just Nips™ Fake Nipples are the *official* stick-on nipples and the brain child of Molly Borman. Molly, who hates writing about herself in the third person, is going to take over from here. Wow third person really sucks, right? Hey - it’s me, Molly! Thanks so much for coming to check out Just Nips™ Fake Nipples! I KNOW you’re going to be obsessed. In fact, you probably already are! Everyone always asks me how I got to this point (running a fake nipple company and all) so long story short, I love the look and made it happen. I spent every free second in 2016 bringing Just Nips™ Fake Nipples to life, from packaging design to market testing and everything in between. From the start, I always knew Just Nips™ Fake Nipples would be involved with breast cancer awareness and care in some way, but I wasn’t sure how. As our product gained publicity, women from all over the world reached out to share their stories about post-mastectomy life without nipples. Instead of directing them to our Shop page, we asked for their mailing addresses and shipped samples out immediately free of charge. It was the least we could do. So, that is how our donation program started. And now it’s way more official. We have successfully donated thousands of Just Nips™ Fake Nipples to various breast cancer associations and women in need across the country.
Molly Borman is the Founder and CEO of Just Nips Fake Nipples. After working for Ralph Lauren and Barbara Corcoran in New York City, Borman took her talents to the streets and started Just Nips as an art project exploring the oh-so-timely topic of modern feminism, specifically what it means to look and feel like a woman (only if you want to, of course). Just Nips quickly evolved into a highly sought-after fashion accessory taking the tabloids and tastemakers by storm. Better yet, Just Nips became the fastest-growing breast cancer nipple accessory on the market, giving women a budget-friendly, fashion-forward and all-around adorable alternative to the previously leading medical prosthetics on the market (that happen to look like they’re straight out of 1984). Molly started the robust Just Nips donation program, committed to giving breast cancer thrivers without nipples a fun, perky alternative. Molly has and will continue to turn down all investment opportunities, but appreciates your interest. Molly lives with her husband and bounces back and forth between Detroit and Philadelphia (and sometimes LA to visit the in-laws).