I am appalled that mother's are allowed to legally inject Botox into their daughter's faces both here and in the USA - some as young as 8 years old! This practise it is not only immoral - but also child abuse. This dreadful behaviour MUST BE MADE ILLEGAL
In the USA the Bill to Ban Botox for minors is on the government’s agenda - advancing in the US Senate to become LAW.
Shouldn't we in the UK not do the same? YES
Children do not have wrinkles!
Children’s skin has not yet finished growing!
Mother's are unaware of the potential injury they may inadvertently inflict.
Most mother's are not specifically medically trained in the procedure and do not know the location of the muscles in their child's faces the muscles. Therefore they are potentially injecting blindly!
WORSE STILL - Out of date or banned Botox substitutes are available on the Internet and may be used to save money!
We do not know what physical damage may occur. We do know that Botox can cause permanent disfigurement or even death. We do know that in rats - Botox does not dissipate - traces are found their brains! What we don’t know is what unknown psychological damage may occur. We do know that children should grow up believing in themselves, not being body dysmophic (BDD) but body confident.
If we love our children, as adults, we need to be responsible for them and protect them from Botox.
Please sign the petition for children to be free of Botox.
For more information see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2xAPvOx6L90 Charlotte Hamilton the author of Fitface or contact her at www.fitfacetoning.com
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