What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files with data stored on the hard disk of your computer during a visit to a website via your browser. For example, certain settings for a website are stored in these files, so that you do not have to reset them every time you visit. A unique ID can also be stored, so that a website can measure how many unique visitors have visited the site, or keep track of which pages you have visited, so that other relevant pages can be suggested on this basis.
Although a cookie can be used to store a unique profile of the user in question, personal data, such as name or address data, never appears in cookies.
- Saving preferences so that you do not have to reset them every time you visit (such as language choice).
- Track certain settings or data when you navigate from page to page (such as filter settings or your shopping cart).
- Saving the contents of your shopping basket so that it is retained for a next visit.
- Saving your login details (if you activated this in your browser at your first login).
- Remembering entered data so that you can use it again quickly (if you have activated this functionality in your browser).
- Being able to conduct a chat conversation with customers who have questions.
- Evenly loading the servers so that the site continues to work quickly.
- We use Salesforce Commerce Cloud as a platform for our websites. For more information, please refer to Salesforce Commerce Cloud’s privacy statement.
- We use Google Analytics for general statistics, such as page views, unique users, time per page/visit, conversion rate, etc. For more information, please refer to Google’s privacy statement.
- We use Hotjar to investigate the use of the pages. For more information, please refer to Hotjar's privacy statement.
- We use Convert to perform A/B testing. For more information, please refer to convert's privacy statement.
- We use Emarsys as part of our newsletter service.
Cookies are also used to link the display of the advertisement to a possible purchase of the product, so that on this basis, a fee can be paid to the advertising network. We use the following networks, among other things. Click on the network name to view the privacy statement of that network.
- VE Interactive
The European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance has developed a tool that allows you to see which ad networks keep information. There is also the possibility to unsubscribe your browser from one or more networks. NB: this does not only apply to the Paula's Choice sites, but to all sites that you have visited or are going to visit. For more information, visit http://www.youronlinechoices.com/en/
Manage cookies in your browser
You can delete already placed cookies and refuse the placing of new cookies via the browser settings on your computer. The way to do this may differ per browser; consult the help function of your browser if necessary. For the most common browsers you will find links to the relevant help pages below:
ATTENTION: if you refuse and/or delete cookies, you cannot always use all the features of a website. In addition, refusing and/or deleting cookies only has consequences for the computer and browser on which you perform this operation. If you use multiple computers and/or browsers, you must repeat the action(s) as often as necessary.
Paula's Choice Europe B.V.
Telephone mu,ber form UK: +44 (0)203 608 9813 Telephone number from the Netherlands: 020- 345 84 26
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