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Mother injects eight-year-old with Botox


Mother injects eight-year-old with BotoxA mother is under investigation from child welfare authorities after a national television programme showed her injecting her daughter with Botox.

Kerry Campbell came under fire after she revealed she had given her eight-year-old daughter the treatment to improve her chances of winning beauty pageants.

Ms Campbell, who appeared on American TV show Good Morning America to defend her actions, did not reveal where she purchased the potentially dangerous substance.

Daughter Britney joined her mother on the television programme and revealed that she was used to the pain caused by the injections.

She said: "I just don't think wrinkles are nice on little girls."

Meanwhile, a British mother revealed she gave her 15-year-old daughter permission to receive the injection during a Spanish holiday, the Sun reports.

Sarah Burge, who has spent £500,000 on cosmetic surgery for herself, supported her teenage daughter's decision to have the treatment in a bid to maintain her youthful complexion.ADNFCR-2621-ID-800534329-ADNFCR

Ex-pat mother slammed for letting daughter, 8, have Botox


Botox is not for children, experts have said.A mother who moved to San Francisco from the UK has been criticised for allowing her eight-year-old daughter to have Botox.

Kerry Campbell takes her little girl Britney to a beautician every three months to have the substance injected into her face in a bid to beat wrinkles, the Sun reports.

However, the 34-year-old buys the Botox online and from local "dealers", meaning it may not be safe or come from a regulated supplier.

"I know one day she will be a model, actress or singer and having these treatments now will ensure she stays looking younger and baby-faced for longer," Ms Campbell commented.

Experts have said that Botox should only be used by adults unless it is administered for medical reasons such as to treat cerebral palsy.

In December 2010, a Chinese student referred to as Xiaowei had a severe reaction to Botox after she ordered some on the internet and injected it into her face herself, What's on Xiamen reported.


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