Cookies Policy

Hair Loss Treatment Cookie Policy

 

Cookies are small data storage and retrieval devices that are installed on the user’s computer and allow for the delivery of specific services through the website. These are essential elements nowadays in the operation of the Internet.

 

The creation of this cookie policy is due to the need to implement a system whereby the user is fully aware of the installation and use of cookies, as well as knowledgeable of the destination and use of their browsing data, they can go from a few kilobytes to several megabytes.

 

In addition to those cookies strictly necessary for web browsing, hair loss treatment uses cookies and tracking files, whose use allows in addition to facilitating and allowing users to navigate, collect statistical data such as Date of the first visit, number of times visited, date of the last visit, URL and domain from which it comes, explorer used, screen resolution and user navigation behavior. They are about web analytic cookies, which allow the owners of the websites to know the degree of involvement of users and can be both own and third parties. In particular, hair loss treatment uses:

 

Google Analytics cookies, service provided by Google, Inc., whose main office is at 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View (California), CA 94043, United States (‘ Google ‘). The information generated by the cookie (including your IP address) will be directly transmitted and archived by Google on the U.S. servers. Google will use this information in accordance with Google Analytics ‘ privacy policy.
Cookies are not installed on the user’s computer unless they express their willingness to navigate the website through one of the following options described:

 

Click on any point or link on the Web.
Stay on the website for a period of more than 15 seconds.
Scroll vertically through the web.
At all times the user will be able to prevent the generation and installation of cookies on their terminal equipment, by selecting the corresponding option in their navigation program.

 

For more information about Internet Explorer, click here.
For more information about Firefox, click here.
For more information on Google Chrome, click here.
For more information about Opera, click here.
For more information on Safari, click here.

 

However, we cannot be responsible for the deactivation of the site to prevent the proper functioning of the page. The information obtained is completely anonymous, and in no case can be associated with a specific user and identified.