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Preliminary Considerations

The term “user” shall refer to any person browsing the website, hereinafter simply referred to as the website.

The term “publisher” shall refer to the owner of the website, who is SHANI MARGARET ORMISTON ANDRÉS and is identified in the legal notice.

The cookies used in the user’s browser have been installed with their authorization. If at any time you wish to revoke this authorization, you may do so without any obstacle. To do this, you can view the Disable or Delete Cookies section, which is described in these policies.

The Publisher is entirely free to make any changes they deem appropriate to the website. To this end, they may add sections, functionalities, or any element that may generate the use of new cookies, so it is advised that the user check this cookie policy each time they access the website, in order to stay updated on any changes that may have occurred since their last visit.

In order to keep the cookies updated, the services of Cookiebot have been hired, which conducts a monthly scan of the website informing about the cookies used, in addition to helping to provide greater transparency, allowing the user of the website to choose freely the cookies they really want to see or not.

Definition and Function of Cookies


What cookies are not:

They are not virus files, spam, trojans, worms, spyware, or advertising programming, either static on the page or in pop-up format.

Consequences of disabling cookies

By way of example, the possible effects of not authorizing the use of cookies may include:

  • Selected products will not load in the store, so a shopping cart will not be created, preventing the possibility of completing the purchase of desired products.
  • You will not be able to access the client area, personal area, or any area that requires confirmation.
  • Necessary data for analyzing the website will not be collected, preventing the publisher from knowing how to improve.
  • You will not be able to share website content on social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, among others.
  • You will not be able to comment on the blog.
  • You will not be able to use any social network, as they all use cookies to provide their service.
  • Third-party advertising will not be displayed, reducing income for those who use this modality.
  • In certain website domain sites, your browsing may be considered spam because it cannot be identified. This list is merely illustrative, not exhaustive.

If the user has deleted cookies and wishes to browse this website again, they must accept cookies once again.

Where they are stored

In each browser (Internet Explorer, Safari, Chrome, Firefox, etc.), not on the user. To verify this, you can enter the same website domain and check in two different browsers, seeing that preferences may be different in each one, or in the private window within the same browser.

Disabling or deleting cookies

At any time, the user may exercise their right to refuse cookies and may consequently disable or delete them, except for those that are necessary for the website to function.

The user may delete and/or block cookies for all browsing or for a specific website domain. This setting must be made in each browser; if done in one browser and not in the others on the same device, it will be assumed that the user accepts the use of cookies in the others. The Publisher cannot perform this action for the user; the user must do it responsibly and individually in each browser and/or device they wish.

Since each browser has different settings, the user should refer to the help section of each one to see the particular case. This section mentions the most common ones; however, due to browser or operating system updates, this may vary. The user should always refer to the usage manuals of their browser; this guide is merely indicative.

Chrome: Go to Menu – Settings (on Mac: Preferences) – Advanced Settings – Privacy – Here choose to configure cookies or delete existing cookies. For more information, you can visit Chrome’s help. Chrome Help Internet Explorer: Go to Tools – Internet Options – Privacy – Privacy – Settings – Advanced Options. Configure as desired. For more information, you can visit the browser’s own help section Internet Explorer Help Firefox: Go to Menu – Preferences – Privacy – Show cookies – Configure as desired. For more information, you can visit the browser’s help section Firefox Help Safari: Safari – Preferences – Privacy – Perform the desired configuration. For more information, you can visit Apple’s help Safari Help

Notices related to cookies

The Publisher is not responsible for technical failures that the user may encounter on the website or in their browser due to incorrectly handling the disabling or deletion of cookies. At all times, the user must verify the information about disabling or deleting cookies in the help section of the corresponding browser. The user assumes responsibility for deleting or disabling cookies in their browser and consequently assumes the consequences that may arise from this.

At all times, the user may communicate with the Publisher through