A cookie is usually a small piece of data sent from a website and stored in a web browser. Cookies were designed to be a reliable mechanism for websites to remember the state of the website or activity the user had taken in the past.
Any cookies that may be used by this website are used either solely on a per session basis (for example, to add product in the cart, track site visits) or to maintain user preferences (for example save login data, language preference, etc.). Please read below for more detailed information about the cookies we use.
||This is a cookie designed to store and identify your unique session ID on the website. It does not contain any personal information and usually looks something like 1234567890abcdef. PHPSESSID is deleted as soon as you close all browser windows. This cookie is essential to the store because it allows to login, add products to cart and make purchases. It would be impossible to implement a convenient shopping mechanism without cookies or something like them that’s why PHPSESSID is always turned on.
||This cookie saves the language selection on the site so the next time you visit it will be automatically selected. The cookie expires in a year.
||This is a cookie that records your IP address during the first visit and the number of the visit. It is used for various analytical studies and for anti-fraud purposes.
|These two cookies store login and password information for a year if you choose the option “remember me” in the login form.
||This cookie is used to save the data about affiliate visits and calculate appropriate commissions. Usually, this cookie expires in 90 days.
||This is a cookie used in coupons’ Friendly Visits functionality. It saves the data of a friendly visit and calculates possible bonuses.
|Our website uses Google Analytics cookies to monitor traffic sources and make different reports. These cookies enable Google to determine your IP address (which is stored anonymously on their servers), whether you are a returning visitor to the site, and to track the pages that you visit during your session. See Google Analytics documentation to learn more details. These cookies will be disabled if you turn off cookies.