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Soma Glow by Dr Glow, Jamaica-made skincare line
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Dr Shani Mortley has set out to change the face of aesthetic and anti-ageing medicine by making affordable medical-grade skincare products accessible to women and men alike.
Popularly known as ‘Dr Glow’, Mortely offers a wide range of skincare products under the Soma Glow brand.
Mortley, who holds a medical degree from the University of the West Indies, Mona works closely with a chemist to formulate the locally-made products.
She currently offers the products through the Soma Glow website but plans to eventually open a physical store.
The young entrepreneur also wants to enable other physicians to retail her products and earn additional income.
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Boyz qualify for Gold Cup after 1-1 draw with Mexico in Nations League
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The result means
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Jamaica’s world silver medallist Shanieka Ricketts won the women’s triple jump at the Paavo Nurmi Games in Turku, Finland today.
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VIDEO: Six shot dead in or near Spanish Town on Tuesday
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At least five shot, one fatally, in Spanish Town market district
Mid-afternoon shoppers were sent scrambling for cover in the Spanish Town market district Tuesday as gunmen opened fire in the busy area, killing one man.
Loop News understands that at lea