MOMMY, BOTOX THYSELF Sharon Stone (Photo: Getty Images) Vadge-flashing actress Sharon Stone was recently denied custody of her son for a series of parenting overreactions, including her suggestion that the eight-year-old's feet be injected with Botox to rid them their awful stink. But according to Dr. George Liakeas of Smooth Synergy Cosmedical Spa, not only are Botox injections in the feet not an overreaction, they're a pretty good way to reduce toe odor. "If a person is concerned about sweating and odor, Botox injections would probably cure the problem because it affects the production of the sweat glands," Dr. Liakeas tells Radar.
But the boy was only eight-years-old. Surely that's not safe, right? Wrong.