The easiest way to contact us is by email, and if you have any queries, this method will of course get the fastest response (at 3000 miles per second - so they tell us).
You can also phone us if you need to talk to us directly. The best time for this is between 12 noon and 2pm (GMT), or by arrangement.
Contacting us by post is another method to use, but naturally will take longer for a reply for obvious reasons. We use the post for sending out skin colour-matching kits.
We offer a skin-colour matching service to get your breasts as close to your own skin tone as possible. It's not as important on the separate breasts we manufacture, but it is nice to get them close. On the croptops, it's very important, as a large part of this body product is on display when in public. If you are mad keen on breasts, then we recommend
Please note that all the skin colour-matching is hugely subsidised by us. Other professional prosthetic companies charge up to £250 for a full skin colour match. The total process of colour-mixing/blending of the Mid and Top range breasts can take up to 10 hours of work, not including the work posting samples back and forth. The blending of the Croptop skin colouring can take us up to 20 hours! In fact, as someone pointed out, it takes us longer to prepare an info pack for posting than it takes other companies to mass produce one plastic covered breast form.
People tell us that the breasts we supply are amazing - they should be, with all the effort we put into them (in fact nobody on this planet puts as much work as we do into creating such perfect breasts - and we have files full of letters from customers who tell us how pleased they are with them).
We have quite a few visitors, and one person from the Mid UK who has bought various breast forms over the years (as many people have) came down to see us after reading through our info pack, to see if our breasts were really were as described and show in our photos. After their visit, they had ordered around £1000 worth of products, with another order for £400 thereafter. They said after many years of buying many different types of related products, this was the first time where the product description actually matched products! (You need to be careful because so many companies will tell you all sorts of things or show you false pictures of these products just to get a sale, and if you try and complain - they suddenly become very difficult to get a reply from).
The most popular size ordered is C cup. Some people have ordered cup sizes which have been larger than is right for them, and the novelty of the (too) large sizes can wear off quite quickly. We can advise on the best size for your body, so you have breasts that suit your body and look right.
If you have little or no experience of 'proper' prosthetic products (not the novelty plastic-covered breast forms, etc.) which are produced by professional medical companies these days, they are not cheap because of the whole complex manufacturing process to create human-looking body products.
The average cost of having a silicone lower arm and hand is around £4000, and a leg from just above the knee is between £6000 and £10,000. Some people have a few legs - depending on the activity they are about to do (sports etc.). The body products we produce for non-medical patients are heavily subsidised, most by around 50% and some by up to 75%. The reason we carry this cost is because we want to allow as many people to benefit from the enjoyment of our products as possible, as we are a medical company in the first instance. We even supply the adhesive at cost!
If you have any questions about anything, email us anytime for more info about the best size for you - we are a very friendly lot and easy to talk to.
We still get emails from time to time from people asking us if the photos on this site are actually 'real'. This amuses us quite a bit, and we consider them as compliments. I suppose that if nobody queried this, we might start to worry than the level of the realism in our body products just wouldn't be good enough for us.
All the photographs you will find on this website are actual/real photos of our products. And almost all all of them have been taken by customers of their new breasts.
Quite a number of people seem to have experience of how some other companies show images of their products, but this isn't quite what turns up in the mail. Not so with us. What you see is what you get.
This was the first time that we have 'road' tested this model of Croptop on the public. This latest version has only small tweaks here and there (with one slightly larger one), but they have enhanced the Croptops even further. This all-in-one cleavage range is just fantastic - even if we say so ourselves...we don't care. These breasts sit so well on the chest, and moves nicely with the upper body.
You can see in the photo above, the way it shows off the breast bones, and the way the Croptop's neck skin blends in with the wearer's neck. People who were examining the top were trying to work out where the joints were, and didn't realise the upper joint was actually around the neck (maybe they thought the breasts had make-up around them to cover their joints - no chance of that!). There was a fair amount of prodding going on to try and see where the top's skin started and stopped. It's sure is fun to intrigue!
SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT:
Why do men find women's cleavage so sexually attractive. Apparently, it's because we all started off as apes.
When we were walking about on all fours, a female's primary sexual organ was her bottom. When she was ready to mate, her bottom would swell up and turned a brighter colour (as opposed to these days when this happens - she has eaten too much).
This got males very excited. But when we developed into bipeds and started walking on our hind legs, the males got a bit miffed that the female bottoms were no longer in their faces, so to speak. So they started developing a sexual mimic of their bottoms on their front sides, or to be precise, their chests.
In other words, to please the males, they developed breasts, round globes like their behinds.
So that's what evolution was for...
Someone emailed us a while back asking if any
'body modifications' would be required regarding
the fitting of the hips we are currently working on (we're not quite sure what they meant by that).
Anyway, it's a case of the same story as the paragraph above, the slimmer the overall body shape, the better the female prosthetics will look on you, so it'll be worth all the sweat and tears to get somewhere towards the universally acceptable stereotyped skinny female.form we are bombarded with on a daily basis.
It's certainly not the case as in this photo we were sent on an extreme case to make your feet narrower to be able to fit into pointy shoes.
You don’t need to chop off anything between your legs...unless you have already!