A Louisiana woman who went viral after struggling to take away Gorilla Glue from her hair claims that neither the hospital nor the corporate’s recommendation helped take away the hardened adhesive.
Now she’s contemplating a lawsuit to get out of the sticky state of affairs, based on TMZ.
Tessica Brown employed an legal professional and is weighing litigation towards Gorilla Glue, as a result of whereas the product’s label warns towards utilizing on eyes, pores and skin or clothes, it doesn’t point out hair, the outlet studies.
Throughout Brown’s weekend journey to the ER, well being care employees put acetone on the again of her head, however as an alternative of attending to the basis of the issue, it burned her scalp and solely made the glue gooey earlier than hardening again up, based on TMZ.
Gorilla Glue is conscious of the dilemma, and tweeted a press release studying: “We’re very sorry to listen to concerning the unlucky incident that Miss Brown skilled utilizing our Spray Adhesive on her hair. We’re glad to see in her latest video that Miss Brown has acquired medical remedy from her native medical facility and need her the most effective.”
The corporate goes on to reiterate that its product “is just not indicated to be used in or on hair as it’s thought of everlasting.”
Brown posted final week that her hair had been caught in place for a month after she ran out of her normal hair product and opted to make use of the extra-strong superglue as an alternative.
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The super-strong glue is simply supposed for use with merchandise like wooden, laminate, cloth, paper and cardboard.