As JCR Cosmetics Retail Trade Inc. (“Atelier Rebul”) we use “cookies” and similar tools on our website to improve website performance and improve user experience.

What are the cookies?

A cookie is a small text file placed on your computer or mobile device.Cookies help analyze web traffic and allow web applications to respond to you as individuals.By collecting information about your web application preferences and remembering this information, they can adapt your operations to your needs, likes or dislikes.Some cookies may contain personal data; for example, if you click ‘remember me’ option while logging in, the cookie can save your username.Most cookies do not collect personal data that allows you to be identified, but instead collect more general information such as how users come to our website, how they use our websites, or the general location of the user.

What are cookies used for?

Atelier Rebul may upload cookies or similar files to your computer or mobile device for security reasons and to tell you if you have visited our website before, to remember your language preferences if you are a new visitor, or to make browsing easier if you are not a new visitor and to personalize your experience of visiting our website.Cookies allow us to collect technical and navigational information such as browser type, time spent on our website, and pages visited.It also allows us to choose which of our ads or offers are more attractive to you and to display them when you visit our website.Cookies can improve your online experience by saving your preferences when visiting a particular website. In general, cookies help us keep track of which pages you find useful and which ones you don't find, and help us to offer you a better website.Cookies do not allow us to access any equipment other than your computer or mobile devices and the data you wish to share with us.

What kind of cookies do we use?

Cookies commonly used on Sites can be divided into the following categories:

Session Cookies

These cookies are used every ‘session’ you open at the website and expire when you exit our website or after a very short time of your exit. These kind of cookies are not saved to your computer or mobile device, aren’t qualified as personal data and they help to mitigate the need for transfer of personal data to the internet. You can delete these cookies or you can prevent them to be used but doing these mitigate the performance of the internet websites and limits the user experience.

These cookies also use timestamps to record your time to access and leave the website.

Tracing Cookies

These cookies help us to recognize regular visitors of our website. A tracing cookie can keep record by matching an identifacatory of where the visitor is from, what kind of search engine can they use, which link they click, which key word they use, and the location of the world there were when they reach the website. By following this data, we can make improvements on our website.

Persistent Cookies

These type of cookies are saved to your computer or mobile device for a fixed time (sometimes couple of hours, sometimes couple of years or more) and they are not erased after browser closed.Persistent cookies are used when we need to remember who you are in multiple sessions. For example, this type of cookie can be used to save your preferences, so they are remembered the next time you visit our website.

Performance Cookies and Analytical Cookies

Performance cookies are used to analyze how web sites are used and monitor their performance, thus enabling us to improve your web site experience.These cookies help us tailor the content of the website to reflect the content that the site users find most interesting, and help us identify when technical issues with our website occur.This data is also used to generate reports to help us analyze how our website is used, what are the most common issues, and how we can improve our websites.

Can cookies be blocked?

You can accept or decline cookies. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can change your browser setting to refuse cookies if you prefer.If you do not wish to accept cookies, most browsers allow you to: (i) change your browser's settings to notify you when you receive a cookie (so you can accept or decline cookies), (ii) disable existing cookies; or (iii) set your browser to automatically reject cookies.However, please note that if you disable or decline cookies, some features and services on our website will not work properly as we will not be able to recognize and associate your account with you on our website.In addition, when you visit our website, our offers may not be directly related to you or may not address your interests.

You can get detailed information about instructions to block or allow cookies on some popular web search engines from the following sources.

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More About Cookies

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