Sausainėlių naudojimasPaskutinė redakcija: 12.06.2018

Use of cookies

Cookies and other common technologies (JavaScript, AJAX, web beacons) are used to improve usability in our e-shop

It is important to explain why and how we use cookies on the website (in Latvia -, in Lithuania - The purpose of cookies is to improve the ease of use of the e-shop and provide the most trouble-free and best experience while protecting the privacy of the customer. We are responsible for the correct processing of customer data in accordance with our cookie usage rules.

What are cookies?

When you visit our e-shop, your browser saves tiny text files to your computer or smart device. These files are called cookies.

This is a secure dataset that webmasters use to achieve better ease of use. For example, the contents of your shopping cart will be preserved thanks to cookies even after leaving the page. You can go back to ordering later when you return.

JavaScript and web beacons with cookies are widespread Internet technologies that allow the system to better collect data about different processes and send the collected information to the web server.

What cookies does our e-shop use?

There are three types of cookies in our e-shop: (1) ordinary cookies that expire at a specified time (the browser saves the cookie contents in a text file); (2) session cookies that the web browser deletes after closing; (3) and third-party analytic cookies (including social media cookies) that we use to collect statistics (anonymous information that lets us know about using the e-store).

Analytical cookies (scripts) provide anonymous information about visitor info - location (country) info; information about visited pages; browser parameters (screen size, version, operating system) and also a description of purchases.

With the help of analytical information, we want to improve the convenience of using the e-shop. In addition, based on the information we receive, we will be able to locate problem areas more quickly.

It is not possible to change our third-party cookies; If you wish, you can turn off many of them here -

How to remove cookies?

Delete Cookies in Internet Explorer

From the Tools menu, select "Internet Options"> "General". In the "Browsing history" section, click the "Delete" button. To remove cookies, you need to tick the "Cookies and website data" check box and then click the "Delete" button.

Delete cookies in Firefox

From the "Settings" menu select "Privacy". From the "History " section, you can choose whether you want to delete all history or individual cookies.

Delete cookies in Google Chrome

From the "More Tools" menu, select "Delete Browsing Data ..." or use the Ctrl + Shift + Del key combination. In the window that opens, select "Cookies and other site and plugin data" and finally click the "Browsing Data Deletion" button.