What are cookies:

Cookies are small text files that are stored in our browser while we browse the internet. Their purpose is to notify the website the user is visiting of their previous activity. They usually describe our information such as user name and password in order to "remember" us when we visit the same website later and not have to log in.

Categories of cookies

1) Necessary Cookies

They allow the execution of basic functions of the site, such as adding products to the cart, electronic payment and saving products to the wish-list. Without these absolutely necessary Cookies, the smooth operation of the e-shop and your personal navigation experience are degraded, since basic e-commerce functions are underpowered.

2) Performance Cookies

Cookies performance cookies collect information about how visitors use the website. They allow us to see which pages are visited most often or show us if they are experiencing any problems while navigating. These cookies do not collect information that identifies the visitor.

3) Functionality cookies – Analytics

These cookies "remember" your preferences while browsing our site, so that we can we recommend the appropriate products based on your needs. They also enable us to evaluate the effectiveness of various functions of our site

4) Advertising cookies

These cookies are used to provide advertisements more relevant to you and your interests. They are also used to send targeted advertising or offers with the aim of limiting bulk, spam and irrelevant advertising messages. At the same time they help us measure the effectiveness of advertising campaigns.

How you can disable Cookies:

You can set your browser to block or warn you about these cookies, but some parts of the website will not work properly.

If you are using Internet Explorer:

Select from the menu “Tools” and then “Internet Options”.

Click on the tab “ Privacy".

Select the setting for the appropriate setting.

If you are using Google Chrome:

Select "Settings" and then "advanced".

Under “Privacy & Security”, click “Content Settings”.

Click “Cookies”.

If you are using Safari:

Select “Preferences” then “Privacy.”

Click “Clear All Website Data.”

If you are using Mozilla Firefox:

Choose from the menu “Tools” and then “Options”.

Click on the “Privacy” icon.

Find the “cookies” menu and select the related options.

Finally, if you are using Opera 6.0:

Choose from the menu “Files” and then “Preferences”.

Click on “Privacy”.