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Get to Know Dr. Wedu Somolekae, the Founder of a Leading Medical Aesthetics Company in Botswana

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Dr. Wedu Somolekae is the founder of Medi-Glow Aesthetics, a medical aesthetics company situated in Gaborone that offers medically authorized beauty treatments and aesthetics services. The dearth of professional medical aesthetics service providers in Botswana offered her with a wonderful opportunity, which she ingeniously seized to develop a dependable and top-tier beauty organization that offers a wide range of aesthetic beauty services.

“Not only that aesthetics is new to Botswana, but very few people are practicing it as well. So I wanted to be hired by somebody, and unfortunately, nobody was hiring aesthetics doctors. So it pushed me to start Medi-Glow Aesthetics, Botswana,” she said

Dr. Wedu’s Medi-Glow is capitalizing on chances in its specialized market to provide some of the most sought-after beauty treatments in the ever-changing beauty business. The 29-year-old medical practitioner provides services to improve and optimize customers’ radiance, believing that good health is more than just the absence of diseases, but also living boldly, fulfilled, and content with one’s physical appearance.

Medi-Glow Aesthetics, located at Plot 21179 Village in Gaborone, provides a variety of procedures such as Facials, Chemical Peel, Dermaplaning, Laser Hair Removal, Micro Needling, Anti-wrinkle Injection, Vitamin Drips, and Lipolytic Injections.

“We use medical grade products, and these contain active ingredients in much higher amounts than regular products and have been clinically proven to have a positive side effect on skin.”

Dr. Wedu employs hard-to-find items. “What appears on your skin at times is a reflection of what is going on internally.” It could be stress, in which case counseling or nutritional supplements are required; my assessment can assist establish what is required for you, not simply skin therapy.”

Dr. Wedu graduated from the University of Botswana School of Medicine in 2017 with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS). She did a one-year internship at Princess Marina Hospital and briefly worked at a medical office in the country’s North East District.

She trained further in aesthetics at Mediskills Academy in Pretoria, South Africa, where she learned chemical peels, micro-needling, toxin and filler, thread lifting, IV nutrient therapy, body sculpting, and weight management.

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