Favorite Spas in North Dakota

Alicia Underlee Nelson
| December 13, 2023 | 1 Minute Read
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Hair Success at Blu Water Creek, Fargo

The largest spa in North Dakota is an oasis of calm. Hair Success Salon, Spa & MediSpa offers a comprehensive menu of skin, body and hair treatments and a full medical spa in its one south Fargo location. The on-site restaurant, relaxation room and complementary steam showers make it easy to spend the day here. Book individual treatments or customize your own spa day. Several treatments are perfect for winter.

“We recommend a moisturizing facial on a monthly basis,” says Shannon Mickelson, spa manager. “A 50-minute moisturizing body wrap or exfoliating scrub can also help with dry skin.”

The heating and cooling Fire and Ice facial is a cold weather favorite. Mickelson also recommends a hot stone massage, infrared sauna sessions and vitamin D shots to help boost immunity.

Avant Gateway and Spa, Grand Forks

Winter air is harsh and dry. Customers can nurture and repair both their skin and their hair at this popular spot.

“Our botanical repair moisture treatment helps with hydration of the hair when the winters get dry,” says Faith Gorka, who runs the Gateway Drive spa location. “Add on our Nourish Signature Facial to lock in all that moisture and keep the dry skin away.”

A wide range of botanically based facials soothe, balance, cleanse and quench the delicate skin of the face and neck. Ultra-hydrating wraps and exfoliating scrubs keep the body soft and smooth.

Try an arnica deep tissue massage to soothe sore muscles. A heated river stone massage gently melts tension away.

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Kharma Vida Wellness Spa, Bismarck

This tranquil spa launched with an emphasis on facials, massages, body waxing and wellness equipment, but it has evolved to feature an emphasis on lashes and brows. Technicians offer lash lifts, eyebrow threading, brow tints and microblading for a more permanent brow solution. Kharma Vida Wellness Spa has six estheticians, four massage therapists, three spa coordinators and one cosmetologist on their team.

“We’re a wellness spa,” says Maria Wicks, Spa Coordinator. “We have a lot of experiences that make us different—the infrared sauna, the salt booth, red light therapy, an oxygen bar and then the ionic foot detox.”

Add wellness services to any treatment, including pedicures, ultra-nourishing facials and reinvigorating peels. Customized 30-, 50- and 80-minute massages pair perfectly with a sauna session.

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