What are cookies?
Cookies are pieces of data stored on your computer, which our website uses to help provide a better experience for you as a customer. No personal information (PII) is collected by the cookies; they simply allow you to have a smoother shopping experience. These help us to find trouble spots, so we can understand how visitors interact with the website and how many are viewing our site.
Shopping Cart: When you add multiple items to your cart, a cookie is used to remember all the items that are in your cart. This cookie is stored for a short period of time, in case you want to return to our site later that day to complete your purchase(s).
Customer Login: When you log in to our website, we set a cookie that keeps you logged on, so you can check out from our website without having to enter your password more than once. This cookie is short-term and will be remembered for around 24 hours.
Payment Providers: Cookies may be used by Wix Payments to keep the process seamless if you have to leave the site to process your payment, for example with Paypal or your credit card authorisation page.
Analytics: We use cloud-based services such as Google Analytics to provide insight into how customers use our website. Theis information includes behavioral data like pages users viewed, links clicked, and key actions that users take throughout the online browsing and ordering process. We use this information to improve our customer experience and improving the speed of the website and providing content you want to read.
Cookies store no personal information about you and your personal browsing activity is anonymised, so users cannot be monitored individually. Analytics cookies can be stored for up to 30 days. This allows us to see how many users have returned to the site after an initial visit.
Google Shopping Cookies: When you perform a search on Google, you are eligible to see product shopping ads. Should you click a product advert from a search engine, including image search, they will store a cookie on your machine. This helps us understand how many people saw or clicked an advert.
How do I manage my cookies?
Most internet browsers accept cookies automatically, but you can change the settings of your browser to erase cookies or prevent automatic acceptance if you prefer. We recommend that you allow websites to set cookies as this will improve your browsing experience, we cannot guarantee that all site functionality will work if cookies are disallowed.