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Best Massage/Spa: Infinite Skin

Location: Fargo

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Infinite Skin earned Best Massage/Spa in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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What makes your team the best?

“Our team thrives through positive working relationships and support for each other,” Massage Therapist Jen Rode said. “At Infinite Skin, we have highly qualified, passionate and enthusiastic employees, each bringing their unique individuality and talents. Our team thrives through positive working relationships and support for each other, which helps make a memorable experience for each of our clients.”

What service do you recommend the most?

“Massage Therapy is a great service for anyone,” Rode said. “While massages are often looked upon as an indulgence, many people aren’t aware of the many benefits massages offer to a healthy, daily lifestyle. Having massages regularly has been proven to help lower blood pressure, reduce risk of injury, reduce stress levels, and improve concentration and quality of sleep.”

  • Second place: Inspire Health & Wellness Spa
  • Third place: Elite Therapeutic Massage & Health Partners
  • Fourth place: Divinity Therapeutic Massage
  • Fifth place: Ellery Milan Beauty

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