Tessica Brown, the woman who put Gorilla Glue in her hair, is on the final leg of her painful saga as an American of Ghanaian descent, Dr. Obeng has promised to work miracle on her hair.
Tessica touched down at LAX bright and early Wednesday morning, flying in from Louisiana to see the Beverly Hills doctor, Dr. Obeng who says he can fix her rock-solid hair with a lengthy procedure.
Dr. Michael Obeng offered to perform a $12,500 procedure for free, using medical-grade glue remover to rid her hair of Gorilla Glue once and for all.
Dr. Obeng broke down his secret recipe, explaining it was all just basic chemistry. We’re no scientists, so watch the video for his explanation — but in a nutshell, he combined medical grade adhesive remover, aloe vera, olive oil and a dash of acetone.
He said that’s all it took to break down the polyurethane — the main ingredient in Gorilla Glue.
The only small relief Tessica had gotten before her Bev Hills visit, came last weekend when she and her sister used superglue remover to chop off her ponytail.
Michael K. Obeng (born 1973 in Ghana) is a Ghanaian American plastic surgeon. He is the Director of MiKO Plastic Surgery and MiKO Surgery Centre in Beverly Hills.
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He is also the President of Global Health Solutions, a healthcare consulting firm that is bridging the gap between morbidity and healthy living worldwide.