The plastic surgeon who freed “Gorilla Glue woman” Tessica Brown’s locks hopes his “magical resolution” may take maintain — and is “in talks” to make it commercially accessible.
Dr. Michael Obeng, 47, advised TMZ that requests for surgical procedure at his Beverly Hills enterprise have seen a “hundredfold improve” since he saved the Louisiana mother’s hair, which had been caught for greater than a month when she used Gorilla Glue after operating out of her standard spray.
He has additionally been contacted by firms hoping to produce the key method he got here up with to take away the tight-holding gunk.
“Now we have had numerous inquiries,” he mentioned of his “magical resolution.”
“We’re in talks … to go business and make it accessible for individuals who have had Loopy Glue, Gorilla Glue or any kind of adhesive glue that’s not simply dissolved,” he advised the outlet.
Even when these plans don’t stick, Obeng mentioned enterprise is hovering for his common surgical work.
“We’ve had over 5,000 affected person inquiries within the final 4 days … we’re not even outfitted to undergo that many individuals,” he mentioned.
He’s not the one one hoping to revenue from the sticky state of affairs.
Mother of 5 Brown, 40, already has her own line of merchandise, and has employed a full-blown movie star administration crew to assist take advantage of her viral infamy.
Her unique TikTok clip about her hair catastrophe — during which she admitted that utilizing the glue was a “dangerous, dangerous, dangerous concept” — had been seen greater than 36 million occasions by Wednesday.