Gorilla Glue finally removed from scalp of woman who went viral

 Tessica Brown, known by many as “Gorilla Glue Girl”, is finally free of the adhesive spray which made her go viral.

Tessica Brown

As reported, Brown flew to Los Angeles to have the glue removed from her hair after a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon reached out to perform the surgery free of charge.

The procedure, valued at US$12,500, took roughly four hours to complete with Brown put under a mild anaesthesia throughout.

The surgeon, Dr Michael Obeng, detailed the process in a video.

“I looked up the compound, the main active ingredient in Gorilla Glue, polyurethane, and we figured out the science and how to break it down,” he said. “So I decided, we’re going to reinvent the wheel.”

Brown gained online popularity last week after she shared TikTok videos with the result of her substituting hairspray with Gorilla Glue, which could not be removed despite more than a d dozen washes.