human barbie sarah burge injecting botox 16-year-old daughter Hannah

Are Botox injections your idea of mother and daughter bonding? Photo: Masons News Service

Looks like the Human Barbie is as much an expert on parenting as she is on natural beauty.

British mom Sarah Burge -- who won notoriety for claiming the world record the most cosmetic surgeries -- is in the headlines for treating her then-15-year-old daughter to Botox injections, the Daily Mail reports.

(Sheesh -- we couldn't even wear eyeshadow until we turned 16.)

The 49-year-old walking Frankenstein gave her consent to have teenage daughter Hannah get Botox at a Spanish clinic last year, and now administers the injections herself as a trained aesthetic practitioner, according to the paper.

Lucky -- eye roll -- Hannah, now 16, is reportedly the youngest Botox user on record.

Guess you're never too young to get started on that sexy bunny face.

"I wanted to have Botox for two reasons -- it prevents wrinkles and everyone at my school was talking about having 'B,'" Hannah told the source. ('B? Is that what the kids are calling it these days?)

"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."

(Note to Hannah: Stop hanging out with Joan Rivers and Heidi Montag.)

"I've met plenty of girls my age who are having these procedures behind their parents' backs, which I think is pretty dangerous," the teen continued.

"Teen Toxing is just part of life these days, which is why I share it with my mum. With her help, I won't get that frozen-face look when I'm older and will never have a line or wrinkle on my face."

Whatever you say, sweetheart. And what does the Mother of the Year -- who has spent a reported £500,000 and claims to give her daughter half the amount of Botox dosage needed for adults -- have to say for herself?

"I was thrilled Hannah was open and honest with me about having Botox," Burge told the Daily Mail. "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."

Good grief. This woman makes Courtney Love look like Donna freaking Reed.

Not surprisingly, the medical community has spoken out against the Burges, citing health risks linked to excessive Botoxing.

"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," Fazel Fatah, president-elect of the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons told the paper.

Do you think Burge is doing the right thing by giving her daughter Botox, or are you outraged? And would you let someone with 100 cosmetic procedures under their belt come near your face with a needle?

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