Best Cosmetic/Esthetic Clinic: Infinite Skin

Location: Fargo

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Infinite Skin earned Best Cosmetic/Esthetic Clinic in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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What do you provide that people may not know about?

“At Infinite Skin, we offer a wide variety of services from our basic signature facial, injections, lasers, and body contouring,” Owner Kayla Swangler said. “We strive to continue educating our clients on maintaining healthy skin by treating and preventing the signs of aging. We utilize the highest quality and most advanced technology, as well as the best therapeutic and medical quality aesthetic services available.”

What’s the most rewarding part of what you do?

“Our clients are the VERY best! Being able to make people look and feel good is incredibly rewarding,” Swangler said. “That is the real benefit behind all these treatments that clients come in for at Infinite Skin. Although people may come in for very different reasons and with very different issues, at the end of the day, every single client you have really just wants to feel more confident about the way they look.”

  • Second place: Fargo Center for Dermatology
  • Third place: Onyx Salon Studios
  • Fourth place: Ellery Milan Beauty
  • Fifth place: Lovely Lash Company

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