This is disturbing.
Since the age of 15, Hannah Burge has been receiving Botox injections from her mom, who has been dubbed the Human Barbie, making Hannah the youngest girl in the UK to get the wrinkle filler.
We're not exactly sure that's a title to be proud of.
Hannah says she had two reasons to get the injections: to prevent wrinkles and get rid of "a couple of lines" around her mouth and on her forehead.
Seriously!? She's too young!
Now at 16 year old Hannah makes her vanity issues clear:
"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."
So you'd rather look like Heidi Montag!? Besides, the younger you start, the more you're going to have to maintain it!
Her mom Sarah, who has spent roughly $750,000 on plastic surgery for herself, justifies injecting her daughter with Botox saying:
"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."
Has some of that silicone gone to your head!?
There's a difference between being a hypocrite and a responsible parent! She hasn't even finished developing yet!
Fazel Fatah, President-Elect of the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeon agrees that they're both bat shiz crazy for doing this, saying:
"It is shocking to me, as an experienced surgeon, that anyone would buy from the internet and administer Botox into the face of a 16-year-old. And buying Botox or fillers online is extremely dangerous because the buyer has no idea of the source. The product could be contaminated or not completely pure. Too frequent or excessive dosing of Botox can lead to the patient developing resistance to treatment or may exaggerate any facial asymmetry. Excessive Botox can also cause facial weakness or paralysis, and double vision, if injected incorrectly near the eye area."
We doubt either of them can get that into their Botox'd brains.
If anything good can come out of this, it's a Lifetime movie or at the very least an episode of Oprah.
[Image via The Daily Mail.]