A mum from California has been injecting Botox into her daughter’s face to get rid of any ‘wrinkles’ that may appear when she smiles at beauty pageants. Kerry Campbell, who administers Botox on herself, also waxes Britney’s upper legs just incase she hits puberty and any ‘fluffy hair’ starts to appear.
“We were getting into the pageants and I knew she was complaining about her face, having wrinkles, and things like that. When I bought the idea of Botox to Britney she was all for it. She had watched me do it before, so when we first did it she was fine with it,” said Kerry, who is a part-time beautician, on Good Morning America.
“The lines don’t completely disappear, she’s a kid. [I also wax Britney’s upper legs] They call it little fluffy hair. They get judged on all that stuff. It’s a tough world, the pageant world. I got influenced by some of the other mums when we went to one of the pageants. A lot of the mums are giving their kids Botox, it happens,” said Kerry, who gives her daughter five injections in three different locations on her face.
“I just don’t think it’s ladylike to have hair on your legs. I waxed one time. It was super, super hard. It hurts. I wouldn’t like to be waxed again,” little Britney explained.
Experts have said that Kerry is at risk of both psychologically and physically damaging her daughter for life.
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