• Tessica Brown’s hair fell out in clumps after she used a dye earlier this month
  •  Brown's stem cell therapy could cost between $4,000 to $6,000
  • The chemicals used to remove Gorilla Glue allegedly caused the hair loss

The "Gorilla Glue Girl" is once again at the doctor’s office after a disastrous dye job caused her hair to fall out.

Tessica Brown, of Louisiana, who went viral when she applied Gorilla Glue to her ponytail, took to Instagram earlier this month and shared her latest hair fiasco. Brown explained that she decided to dye her hair after noticing some greys. When she took a shower after applying the dye, her hair started to fall as she rinsed it.

"As I am rinsing it out my hair is steady coming out. It falls out in clumps," Brown said holding clumps of her hair.

"Look, it's just falling out. And I don't even know. It's like it's melted. I'm over it," Brown added.

The chemicals in the dye allegedly reacted with the chemicals that were previously used to remove the strong glue from her hair. Gina Rodriguez, Brown’s representative, said the chemical reaction caused the hair to fall out.

Brown received stem cell therapy at the La Fue Hair Clinic in Pasadena in California on Wednesday. "I’m just praying that it works," she told the New York Post.

Hair specialist at the clinic, Jacques Abrahamian, used a combination of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and stem cell therapy to restore Brown’s hair. The procedure could cost her somewhere between $4,000 to $6,000.

"PRP uses her own growth factors and platelets found in her blood that heals and rejuvenates the follicles," Abrahamian told the Post. "The other procedure is stem cell therapy, the king when it comes to natural healing and repair."

During the procedure, a combination of PRP and stem cells were injected into the affected area in Brown’s scalp using a fine needle to facilitate hair growth. Abrahamian claims the procedure will stop the shedding and help Brown regain some of her former hair density in about six to nine months.

The hair specialist said Brown had an allergic reaction to the chemical paraphenylenediamine, which is widely used in conventional hair dyes. Brown said she might not try coloring her hair again, saying, "At this point, I'm just scared."

After going viral in February for mistakenly using Gorilla Glue as a hair spray, Brown launched her hair care line, CNN reported. She claims her products are made of all-natural ingredients that helped her hair grow back.

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