Infrared Sauna Therapy

Looking for a relaxing, therapeutic experience? Come into our Wellness spa in Bismarck and try our Full Spectrum Infrared Sauna. SlimSpa Weight Loss and Wellness Full Spectrum Infrared Sauna increases your body's core temperature producing a very deep and detoxifying sweat from the cellular level of the skin where the majority of toxins are stored. It provides concentrated radiant energy similar to the Sun without the harmful UV rays.

SlimSpa Weight Loss and Wellness Full Spectrum Infrared Sauna allows you to select one of six different settings:

Weight Loss - A 30 minute infrared sauna session can burn up to

200-600 calories! Our sauna's infrared heat therapy raises core body temperature causing passive cardiovascular conditioning.

Detoxification - In a conventional sauna the average person sweats out 3% toxins and 97% water. In our full spectrum sauna, the average person sweats out 20% toxins and 80% water.

Cardio - Lower your blood pressure from a 30 minute infrared sauna session three times a week.

Pain Relief - Relieve back, neck, and arthritis pain with infrared sauna heat therapy.

Skin Health - Improve your skin's appearance with regular use of our infrared sauna. Infrared heat therapy helps acne, eczem, psoriasis, burns and any skin lesions or cuts. It also reduces wrinkles, makes skin look radiant, firms and improves skin tone and elasticity. Regular use may also help reduce cellulite trapped beneath the skin, lessen the appearance of scars, and help burns heal significantly.

Relaxation - Relax in comfort with an invigorating deep tissue sweat.

It's time to give your body a healthy treat at SlimSpa Weight Loss and Wellness. Call our welcoming Bismarck, Mandan, and the Surrounding Area Wellness spa today.

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1421 Mapleton Avenue

Bismarck, North Dakota 58503

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