What are Cookies?Cookies are data files which can hold small amounts of information and are stored on your device (computer, smartphone, etc) when you first visit a website. Some cookies are essential to enable you to move around our website and use its features, while some cookies improve your shopping experience. You can choose to not allow some types of cookies but blocking those may impact your experience of the site and the services we are able to offer.
- essential operations, like site navigation
- allowing you to set up an account, add items to your shopping cart or your Wishlist, and making payments
- remembering items you placed into your shopping cart on a previous visit
- analysing visitor numbers and behaviours, such as what pages are frequently visited
- assessing the success of our advertising campaigns, offers and communications
- targeting suitable advertising messages
- understanding which Affiliates have helped us reach out to new customers, or have promoted our products on their websites
What types of cookies do we use?Certain cookies that remember information about you, such as your language preference or login information are set by us and called first-party cookies. We also use third-party cookies – which are cookies from a domain different than adanola.com – for our advertising and marketing efforts.
Our website also uses session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies operate from the moment you enter the website until the moment you leave. Once you log off, session cookies are deleted. Persistent cookies will not be deleted after each session.
Necessary cookies are essential for this site to function and they allow you to navigate the site and use our features, such as ‘Add to Cart’, ‘Add to Wishlist’ and make a payment. If these are disabled, your experience may be interrupted and essential features may become unavailable.
Performance cookies collect anonymous data about visitors. We use the data to improve your future experience and identify issues that our users may be experiencing.
Functionality cookies customise the look and appearance of the website. For example, a functionality cookie will remember your username and language preferences next time you visit.
Targeting or advertising cookies deliver advertisements which are tailored to your web activity. A targeting cookie tracks what you click on whilst on our website and may share details of what you click on with other organisations (such as advertisers). These cookies can also help us to measure the effectiveness of an advertising campaign. Third party cookies may be used on our website by approved organisations to provide services on our website.A list of all the cookies that we, our advertising network and technology partners use can be found in our cookie list details below.
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