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Tessica Brown, also known as “Gorilla Glue Girl,” is launching her own hair care line months after her incident with Gorilla Glue went viral.

On Wednesday, Brown launched Forever Hair which includes a holding spray, “sleek edge” control gel and growth oil.

In February, Brown used a Gorilla Glue adhesive spray in her hair after she ran out her usual hairspray brand Got2B Glued.

She posted a video on Youtube stating that her hair has been stuck in place for a month.

“My hair, it don’t move,” Brown said in the video. “I’ve washed my hair 15 times and it don’t move.”

A few days later, she posted a photo on Instagram from a trip to the emergency room hoping to get the adhesive removed. After hours in the hospital, she was sent home with acetone and sterile water to help relax the adhesive. Unfortunately, the mixture did not work.

Brown ended up heading to Los Angeles to get further treatment. She also started a GoFundMe page that soared past her $16,000 goal to help with medical expenses.

Not only is Brown selling hair care products, but she is also selling clothes. She now has a “Where Ma Hair” T-Shirt and hoodie as well as a “Bonded for Life” T-shirt with a photo from her viral video.

All of the clothing was sold out be Wednesday afternoon.