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Health and Beauty Products are Included in Target Black Friday Preview Ad


Target is among the many retailers gearing up for Black Friday, the most popular shopping day of the year. As people generally get a 4-day weekend for Thanksgiving, many use the opportunity to kick off their holiday season shopping on the Friday after Thanksgiving day. Target is offering a preview of the items they will have for the 2010 Black Friday sales.

Under health and beauty, the Norelco SensoTouch Electric Razor is featured at $89.99, almost $10 off the original price. This newly released razor features an ergonomic design, trimmer blade and cleaning brush. It is cordless and includes a stand, adaptor and protective cover.

Read: A Man's Guide to a Great Shave

Also featured is the Oral-B Professional Care Toothbrush for $34.99. Oral-B calls electric toothbrushes a “wise choice”, as the vibration of the toothbrush head can provide extra cleaning action. Electric toothbrushes may also help improve brushing habits as many find them easier to use than manual toothbrushes.

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Do you have allergies to pet dander or dust mites? Target has three Dyson vacuum cleaners on sale for Black Friday, including the DC17 All Floors Vacuum, the DC24 All Floors Vacuum and the DC25 Animal Vacuum. The latter, the most expensive of the three, has a HEPA filter and is certified as asthma and allergy friendly according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America.

Read: Animal Lovers Overcome Pet Allergies With Environmental Control

Several sports and fitness products are on-sale to help increase physical activity by making it fun. Why not try a table tennis set with electronic scoring for $89.99? Ping-Pong, as it is more commonly called, is a great aerobic activity, beneficial for cardiovascular health. It can be enjoyed by everyone regardless of age or disability, and because you never play the same game twice, it eliminates the risk of boredom seen with many exercise activities.

According to clinical neuroscientist Dr. Daniel Amen, playing tabletop tennis is also good for the brain, increases hand-eye coordination, and has been shown to help children improve communication skills and develop self-esteem.

Read: 50 Ways for Kids to Exercise - Indoors Or Out

Enjoy your Thanksgiving holiday, and if you go shopping on Black Friday, stay safe.