Cookies are small text files that are installed on the computer from which you visit our website and which automatically provide us with information. Cookies can never be considered as a computer virus. They do not damage the computer or slow down its working in any way. You may delete our Cookies at any time, or reject them by configuring your web browser.
Cookies are only associated with a specific computer’s browser (an anonymous user) and do not themselves provide the name and surname of the user. Thanks to cookies, it is possible to recognise the browsers of registered users after they have registered for the first time, without them having to register each time they visit in order to access the areas and services reserved exclusively for them. Our “cookies” are used to identify a user session (“session cookies”) and/or computer session (“temporary cookies”), and do not themselves provide the user’s name or any other piece of personal information. The cookies used cannot read cookie files created by other providers. The user has the option of configuring their browser to be warned on the screen about the receipt of cookies and to prevent the installation of cookies on their hard drive. Please check your browser’s instructions and manuals for more information.
We use two different types of cookies on our website:
Web analytics third party cookies:
— Installed on your computer by the GOOGLE ANALYTICS service (Google Inc.). They are statistical cookies that we can use to find out useful information to improve our website.
– Used by Facebook (Facebook Inc.) to offer retargeting services.
— Used by GetReponse (GetResponse) to offer Email marketing services.
— Used by Tapfiliate (Tapfiliate B.V.) for the affiliation programme.
— Used by OneSignal (OneSignal) to offer push notifications services.
You can configure your browser so it doesn’t receive these cookies and they will be rejected. Otherwise, we understand that we have your consent to install them.
Own cookies, generated by our website on WordPress (Automattic Inc.), for different functions:
_session_id. Purpose: Personalisation. Information collected: Information about the user session (referrer, landing page, etc).
cart. Purpose: Personalisation. Information collected: Keeps the shopping items selected in the cart for a user.
Permanence: For two weeks.
_secure_session_id. Purpose: Personalisation.
Permanence: One session.
storefront_digest. Purpose: Personalisation. Information collected: Verifies the session login of the current user.
_shopify_visit. Purpose: Statistics. Information collected: Calculates the number of visits.
Permanence: Persistent for 30 minutes from the last visit.
_shopify_uniq. Purpose: Statistics. Information collected: Calculates the number of visits to the e-commerce store by each of the users.
Permanence: They expire at midnight on the day following the user’s visit.
You can delete the cookies installed on your computer from your browser. The cookies are installed for each browser and therefore you should delete them from the browser used to go onto our website.
Here is some information about how to do this on the main browsers:
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