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Mum Gives Her 15-Year-Old Daughter Botox

30/03/2011 13:25 | Updated 22 May 2015

A 15-year-old schoolgirl has become Britain's youngest Botox user - and the injections were given by her own mother.

Hannah Burge, who is now 16, was first given Botox last May at a clinic in Spain.

Since then her mother, Sarah, 49, who apparently is a "trained aesthetic practitioner" has given her two more injections at home.

Hannah believes Botox will stop her from getting wrinkles when she's older. Mind you, she also believes she had wrinkles before the injections, which is pretty hard to believe.

She told the St Neots News and Crier: "I wanted to have Botox for two reasons - it prevents wrinkles and everyone at my school was talking about having 'B'.

"I had a couple of lines on my forehead and around my mouth, which I was unhappy about.

"Appearance is important to me and I don't want to look haggard and ugly by the time I'm 25.

"Some of my friends told me that the earlier you start to have B, the fewer wrinkles you'll have as an adult."

Tragic, isn't it?

When you hear about Hannah's mother, though, you start to understand why the poor girl might be thinking along these lines.

Sarah, from St Neots, Cambridgeshire, is known as the Human Barbie and holds the world record for the most cosmetic procedures. She's spent more than £500,000 on her face and body.

She told the News and Crier: "I was thrilled Hannah was open and honest with me about having Botox. I'd much rather know about it than have her do it behind my back.

"I talked her through the procedure and feel I did the responsible thing.

"I know some parents will be horrified but this is my way of protecting my daughter from back-street rip-off merchants.

"Also, considering I have had so much surgery, I'd be a hypocrite to tell my daughter she couldn't have Botox.

"My opinion is that parents should be much more involved in their children's lives from an early age and I know that Hannah doesn't mind me knowing about her love of B."

Bonkers, isn't it? Would anyone else out there allow their teenage daughter to have Botox?

Source: St Neots News and Crier

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