Deleting and preventing cookies
If you want, you can delete existing cookies with your browser or prevent them altogether, for example by using the site in a private browsing mode (also known as Incognito). Some of the site features, such as creating a user account and logging in and placing orders in the online store require that you have cookies enabled to work.
Types of cookies
Our site uses various types of cookies:
1) Session-specific cookies
Stored in the memory while the browser is open but destroyed immediately when the browser is closed. Session cookies are used for storing only technical information regarding the browser’s settings, ensuring that the site works in different browser environments. No user-identifying data is stored in session-specific cookies.
2) Tracking cookies
Tracking cookies persist in the browser’s memory even after the browser is closed. Tracking cookies are only stored for users who wish to log into the site or add products to the basket. Tracking cookies are the technical means of enabling registration and logging in. The cookies store information about the time and duration of the login. The basket cookie allows the browser to remember the products added to the basket.
3) Third party cookies
Our site uses third party cookies for statistics and marketing purposes.
Google tracking cookies
Our website uses the Google Analytics tool for analysing website use and to enable further website development. These cookies store anonymous basic data regarding the users’ online behaviour. The data stored in the cookies is transferred to Google. According to the terms of Google Analytics, Google will not combine the IP addresses of data subjects with any other data stored in Google. For more information on cookies stored by Google, see https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs/cookie-usage You can prevent the use of Google Analytics cookies by downloading and enabling the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on in your browser.
Facebook and remarketing: Our site uses Facebook pixel that creates cookies on users device. Cookies are used to gather data for statistical and market research purposes and show users targeted Facebook arvertisements. Users can restrict this kind of marketing at https://www.facebook.com/ads/preferences/?entry_product=ad_settings_screen